Resident Support Services
As a NHG resident you can benefit from our partnerships with local support agencies who can help you with many areas of your life from money and jobs to health and wellbeing.
Select a borough location and the type of service that you need in the filter boxes on the left. Then select a service from the list.
To apply, you can send your details to the partner who will then contact you to arrange the next steps.
Capital City College Training is a Central London training provider, who have a dedicated team in their Employability department ready to help you find the correct course to enable you to build your confidence, upskill in areas including IT for beginners, Social Media, Introduction to Self-Employment and Working from Home and SIA Security Course. They also have Functional Skills for Math, English and ICT, Apprenticeships available for all ages and a ESF team to support 16-24 year olds. All of their courses are government funded so are completely FREE if you meet the funding requirements.
They also have a range of Distance Learning Programme which includes courses such as Awareness of Mental Health Problems, Customer Service is Hospitality, Team Leading Principle and many more.
Interested in a career as a professional driver? Our Drive Time Project can give you the skills and qualifications to drive a minibus, double-decker bus, or a coach. Through our Drive Time project, you can receive the PCV Training for this career for FREE (T&Cs apply)
The aim of the project is to support ex-offenders who are in employment to 'level up'. Levelling up could be anything from an increase in wages, a change in contractual hours, promotion to a change in shift pattern, change in location or the consideration of a client's religious beliefs. Whatever makes the client's job 'better' for them, Level up aims to support them with it, hopefully improving their employment situation.
Peer Circles offers practical and emotional support to reduce social isolation, build skills and confidence, and work towards employment.
The project is specifically aimed at people who are highly marginalised and need help to address multiple and complex issues including homelessness, a history of offending, substance misuse and difficulties engaging with mainstream services. A women's service is also available for women with complex needs.
A key strength of Peer Circles is using our peer-led approach. The Peer Advisers have first-hand experience of overcoming disadvantages themselves and really understand what their clients are going through.
The project offers a Key Worker dedicated to the young people to meet weekly or every 2 weeks. Pastoral and holistic support will be provided to work together towards their to access education opportunities and to find employment. The project will be support young people with their CV, interview techniques and working towards qualifications to ensure they are Job or Apprenticeship ready
The project offers a Key Worker dedicated to the young people to meet weekly or every 2 weeks. Pastoral and holistic support is provided to work together towards access to education opportunities and to find employment. The project helps young people on their CV, interview techniques and working towards qualifications to ensure they are Job or Apprenticeship ready.