Camden

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We have a range of supported accommodation and community support services in Camden. Our ETE service Camden Recovery focuses on supporting Camden residents who have experienced substance use treatment back into education, training and employment. Our Fulfilling Lives in Islington & Camden (FLIC) service is an eight-year project funded by the Big Lottery Fund, specialising in support for people facing multiple disadvantages. Our Camden & Islington Navigator Service also works with clients facing multiple disadvantages and who are rough sleeping or in precarious housing situations. We also have six hostels in the borough including four in the Kings Cross and Camden Town area which specialises in supporting over 100 people with a history of substance use. Our Southampton Row hostel specialises in Very Complex Needs providing 24/7 specialist support to clients at multiple disadvantages including substance use, mental health difficulties, rough sleeping, criminal justice contact and self-care issues. We run a Winter Shelter in the borough, accommodating up to 25 people who are street homeless EU nationals currently with no recourse. We also have a hostel for young people with complex needs - with spot purchased placement residents. 

Greenwich

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In Greenwich, we run a large accommodation service for young people, providing short-term accommodation for young people at risk and leaving care. The service runs across 12 buildings, supporting nearly 100 residents through high-support hostels and lower-supported housing. This includes a large property supporting over 42 young people who are most at risk. This service has a community support element to support people to sustain in their housing.

Islington

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We have range of supported accommodation and community support services in Islington. This includes an Islington Mental Health service, supporting 42 people across our Arundel Project service and three smaller step-down buildings. This service has a community support element to support people to sustain in their housing. We also have four hostels with a specialist level of support for people with issues relating to substance use, offending and mental ill-health. Our Islington Multidisciplinary Floating Service assists vulnerable people in the community to sustain their housing and to live independently including a Young People's Support which focuses on 16-24 year olds. We also support 21 young people through our Barnsbury Assessment Centre. We also have an ETE service called Islington Aftercare which focuses on supporting Islington residents who have experienced substance use treatment back into education, training and employment. Our Fulfilling Lives in Islington & Camden (FLIC) service is an eight-year project funded by the Big Lottery Fund, specialising in support for people facing multiple disadvantages. Our Camden & Islington Navigator Service also works with clients facing multiple disadvantages and who are rough sleeping or in precarious housing situations. We run a Winter Shelter in the borough, accommodating up to 25 people who are street homeless at the site of Holloway Prison. We also have a number of specialist services in the borough including Housing First, a model which relies on placing people with complex needs and vulnerabilities in a stable home, with no pre-conditions or expectations of abstinence, a Hospital Discharge Service with Age UK, a Justice Link service and our Islington MAPPA (Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangement) service supports people who have a violent or sexual offence to reintegrate into the community. 

Hammersmith & Fulham

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In Hammersmith & Fulham, we run three hostels, specialising in mental health supporting 23 people at any one time.

Lambeth

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Our Lambeth Tenancy Support Service which helps vulnerable people to manage their tenancies, keep their homes and become independent in the community. We also work with Lambeth Council to resettle Syrian refugee families through the Syrian Vulnerable Person Resettlement Scheme.

Lewisham

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In Lewisham, we run two large accommodation services including Lewisham Young Person's Assessment Centre, which provides short-term accommodation for young people at risk and leaving care across two hostels. Alongside this, our Lewisham YP Pathway Service is specialist stage accommodation support service enabling young people to move into independent livingWe also provide supported accommodation across the borough for adults with 17 hostels and supported housing units as part of Lewisham Vulnerable Adults Service

Newham

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In Newham, our Newham Offender Support which supports clients with an offending history and substance use issues with housing and to reintegrate into the local community. We also have a Housing First service in the borough, a model which relies on placing people with complex needs and vulnerabilities in a stable home, with no pre-conditions or expectations of abstinence. Our Newham Navigator Service works with clients facing multiple disadvantages and who are rough sleeping or in precarious housing situations. 

Pan-London

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SHP's Pan London Offender Service runs in partnership with MTC Novo and the National Probation Service (NPS). We provide high-quality housing advice and access service across the entire NPS London Division. With SHP staff co-located in probation offices, we work in close partnership with probation to support medium to high-risk offenders to either sustain their current accommodation or secure new housing as needed. We also focus on supporting money management, assist clients to maintain their tenancies and independence and work with them to reduce re-offending. This service runs across all 32 London boroughs.

Redbridge

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We have a range of supported accommodation and community support services in Redbridge. This includes a range of supported housing and three hostels, specialising in supporting people with a history of rough sleeping. Our Redbridge Floating Service assists vulnerable people in the community to sustain their housing and to live independently. We work in partnership with Redbridge Borough Council to provide Redbridge Street Outreach Team, who aim to reach and assist rough sleepers across the whole borough, supporting them to access support and accommodation where possible. This includes giving access to our two winter night shelter: our Rydeale Night Shelter, which is open 24 hours, supports 32 people providing a range of support including health checks, support with addiction and mental health, and longer-term housing options to move people permanently off the streets. Our Goodmayes Night Shelter works with EU nationals with the aim of attaining settled status and access to work and settled accommodation or reconnection. Our Redbridge Navigator Service works with clients facing multiple disadvantages and who are rough sleeping or in precarious housing situations. We also have a Housing First service in the borough, a model which relies on placing people with complex needs and vulnerabilities in a stable home, with no pre-conditions or expectations of abstinence.

Waltham Forest

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In Waltham Forest, we have three hostels for young people who are at risk, homeless or care leavers - with out-of-borough spot purchased placements. We also work with Waltham Forest Council to resettle Syrian refugee families through the Syrian Vulnerable Person Resettlement Scheme

Wandsworth

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In Wandsworth, we run a Wandsworth Mental Health accommodation service with four buildings specialising in support for 36 clients with mental health needs. 

Westminster

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In Westminster, we have three services including our Westminster Floating Support Service which provides housing-related support service to people with a range of needs. This service accepts self-referrals, so if you'd like to find out more call 020 76192630 or fill in this form and send it back to us. We also have two accommodation services; King George's Hostel is a 68-bed project providing accommodation and high-level support for men with a history of sleeping rough in Westminster, specifically active drug users. We also support people with a history of mental health with our Westminster Mental Health Accommodation Service, a high and medium support service which supports 48 people over three separate buildings.