Our supported housing works alongside our residents for as long as it takes, sometimes weeks, often months or years with the objective to restore the relationships and foundations that prepare them for what most tend to think of as a normal life- work, family, living and giving.

We support them, we love them and as necessary, we sometimes provide food or clothes.
We help arrange meetings, transport and go to meetings with them, helping them to fill in forms along with many other things that are often taken for granted. Whatever it takes.
Where required, we work with them through their drug, alcohol or other issues linking up with other agencies to provide any additional support and help required.

There is no fixed time that each resident is with us, some have been with us a couple of months and then been able to regain employment and move on to their own place. For some it takes longer with each step helping them towards the final step back into the community and others may never feel like they can, it takes as long as each individual requires.


We also have a project to provide volunteering opportunities for our residents. This can introduce them to people outside of their normal friendship circle and provide opportunities to learn new skills.

They need training, they need education, life skills and some would like to learn new work related skills.
Some just need a safe, friendly environment and time to adjust. What we have learnt is that people need practical, constructive ways of using their time.

We also have a qualified Electrician as part of the team, registered with NAPIT, who is available to provide domestic and commercial electrical installation and repair services, electrical testing, certification and other electrical services. Full details or to request a competitive quote/price please use the contact form or contact Nik by email at


Most homeless people have suffered long term physical and mental abuse, sleeping rough for many years does that to you. It’s a life we find hard to imagine. It changes people.

Our supported housing can and does prepare people for the next steps and some do go on straight from our supported housing to successful careers and relationships. Our job is to prepare them as best as we can for the ‘after life’, the life after homelessness and supported housing.

In some cases, that is as simple as knowing that we are still there to support them, help them and even, provide a shoulder to cry on. For others it’s progressing from a shared house of multiple occupancy to ‘having a place of their own’. Doesn’t sound much does it, but it is a big move and in many cases, a very positive and life changing experience. The ‘after life’ is our project to provide the final piece in the jigsaw puzzle, the natural progression into their own place.

To do this we need to provide properties that are appropriate to this requirement, primarily affordable one and two bedroom apartments. In essence, this and in some cases, the Social Enterprise Environment can lead to effective and long term sustainable change in people’s lives.
In some cases, it’s a never ending process, but we never give up trying.