Supported Accomodation

Everyone should have somewhere to call HOME. We provide housing and support for Ex-offenders and the homeless or at risk of homelessness. We work with them when other providers can’t or won’t help. As well as putting a roof over their head, we support our residents to address the problems that have led them to need our help. We work to empower them to live independently in the future. To make this possible we provide a pathway of supported housing options that are appropriate to our residents’ needs.

Mental Health

We provide supported housing for men and women with complex needs – combinations of substance misuse, mental ill-health, rough sleeping and Ex-offending. These services work with some of the most challenging and hard-to-reach people in society, who have often slipped through every potential safety net and failed to engage positively with support services in the past. We are more than a Pillow, Our team focus on harm reduction and the promotion of health and recovery, coordinating structured support packages that build positive links with specialist intervention providers Our aim is for every resident with the need of a home, to move on and move out to suitable accommodation where they have a greater degree of independence and can engage more positively with society.

Life After Prison

Life after prison Today's the day—you are coming out of prison to a new place to call home! You are excited. Now everything can go back to normal, right? The truth is, your loved ones are going to have to adjust to your life on the outside. They will most likely have to deal with culture shock, depression, and anger. In addition, they will also have challenges with the social stigma and the collateral consequences that come with a criminal record. How can we help you adjust to life after prison? Here are eight to consider. 1 understand culture shock 2 be aware of depression 3 set small goals 4 communicate your frustration 5 manage anger 6 deal with rejection 7 resisting negative influences 8 combating addiction

Life After Homelessness

Life after homelessness With people often experiencing feelings of isolation, homelessness can also increase your chances of taking drugs or experiencing physical or mental health problems. Evidence suggests that the longer someone is in this position the more difficult it can become to get back on your feet. It is that simple. And housing provides the stability that people need to address unemployment, addiction, mental illness, and physical health. ... Ending homelessness is not only beneficial to the people who have moved into housing. It is beneficial to the community and to the healthcare system as well.

If you wish to Refer a person in need of support and accommodation and you are an authorised referrer, please download our referral form or call 0115 9902150 to request one; then email to or 

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Social Housing

Renting directly from us, we have a small number of properties available to rent from time to time. Most of our properties are within Nottinghamshire and Gainsborough. All enquiries to be made to or call 0115 990 2150.