Supported housing partnerships are a way of providing housing to those people most in need who otherwise may not be able to sustain a tenancy independently.
Supported Housing is a 3 way partnership between Affordable Community Housing Ltd, Support providers and the clients of the support providers. Evolve Housing offers the housing for the clients on a medium term basis while the agency working with their client provides for their support needs.
Supported housing makes up 16% of Evolve Housing’s total housing stock, but we are aiming to increase significantly our proportion of supported housing to meet the ever increasing need for housing to those people in the community that need it.
Affordable Community Housing Ltd has formal written agreements with all its partners who provide housing support to their clients. The support providers choose who they want put in the property allocated. All potential tenants must fit the support provider’s eligibility criteria, have a current T– number with DOH and fit the income eligibility.
Tenancies are all fixed term leases for an initial 3 to 6 month period and then either the tenant exits or a further fixed term lease with Evolve Housing is negotiated.
We currently have written support partnership agreements with the following organisations, please click here to view the list.
To view our list of Useful Links, please click here.
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