Right There - In the Community

Delivered by Right There
  • Housing and homelessness

Settling into a home can be a stressful time and often people don’t know where to turn to for support. Working with people in their homes, we provide housing advice such as how to set up payments or register with a GP. Plus, we link people in with specialist services within their local communities, including mental health, drug and alcohol, or family support services.

Saving for a deposit to rent a flat can be hard, especially for people who have experienced homelessness.

We offer a rent deposit scheme that removes the barrier of an upfront deposit. It can be paid back over a longer period, with what is realistic to each individual’s financial situation. This removes the pressure felt by too many as they try to get into the private rental market.

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