Supporting people in our communities

We provide care and supported housing services for more than 3,000 people every year and offer a range of options to people with specific housing needs.

Whether it’s round-the-clock care or just knowing that support is there if it’s needed, we can help find the right home for you or your loved ones.

Our services range from emergency accommodation and supported housing for young people to sheltered schemes for older people and direct access homeless accommodation.

We are proud to offer a range of supported housing options to suit the needs of people in our communities.

Citizen Young People

Citizen Young People is our service which provides 16-25-year-olds across Herefordshire with housing, training and employment opportunities.

We provide a range of accommodation suitable for young people at different stages of their lives including foyer accommodation, move on flats and shared houses.

We are not just about housing – we work with young people through training programmes and a wide range of activities. We want to give young people the opportunity to develop independent living skills, identify their talents and go on to live happy and successful lives.

We also provide floating support to assist young people in their own homes, enabling them to access accommodation, maintain accommodation and help with debt management.

Citizen Young People is a service driven by what young people want, this means projects develop according to their needs.

Find out more about Citizen Young People on our dedicated page.

Supported Housing

Our former housing with care scheme provides support for families across Coventry.

Our supported housing in Hillfields, Coventry has recently been refurbished. It provides 44 flats which are used to accommodate families with support needs in the city.

Families will also be able to access relevant support providers while at the site.

The accommodation includes a communal lounge as well as a play area for children too.

We worked with Coventry City Council and Laker Building Management Solutions to complete the work.

Gateway – helping homeless people thrive

Gateway is Coventry’s primary homeless residence.

It opened in 2015 and provides 61 flats and two apartments for homeless people. We house people from a range of backgrounds at Gateway, including people affected by drug and alcohol addiction; mental health problems and family breakdowns.

Residents who are 25 years and over are supported by The Salvation Army, while 18-24-year-olds receive floating support from St Basils.

The facility offers much more than just a home, it helps people by giving them access to training and other support to help them build a foundation in their life.

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