Who can we help?
We are not just a normal landlord. We are a landlord that provides support. This means that the people (tenants) that we can help are people who need housing- but who also need a support service to be able to live successfully in their own home.
In the past, we mainly helped people with a learning difficulty and/ or a mental health support need. We can also provide services to other groups. These can include:
People with learning difficulties/ disabilities.
People with a severe and enduring mental illness.
People fleeing domestic abuse.
Young people leaving care.
People with physical and sensory disabilities.
We can normally only provide housing to people who have a support need identified and funded by a statutory agency (agencies like social services and the NHS). There is no minimum level of support that needs to be funded, but we prefer if it is at least 1 hour per week.
We can help people on a short or long term basis, with the minimum tenancy length being 6 months. There is no maximum to how long we can help for.