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.
Settle supports young people aged 25 or under who are taking on a tenancy for the first time. Settle works alongside the new tenant to help them settle, literally, into their new home. They work particularly with under 25s who are vulnerable and/or marginalised who may benefit from dedicated support in their first few weeks/months of their tenancy so that they can thrive as a NHG resident and enjoy life in their home.
Settle designs and delivers high-impact support services to vulnerable young people to ensure that they thrive in the tenancy. Support is offered just before sign up, or at the time of sign up, so that a Settle support worker can work with the new tenant as close to day one as possible. Many of those whom Settle work with may be young single parents, affected by mental health illness, or starting their tenancy after being housed within the care system.
Apply direct to Settle for support and the team will make contact with you to obtain the information they need.
Work with care leavers aged 16 to 26, to help them into employment, education and training. They offer 1 to 1 advice, mentoring and outreach support. They are based 5 minutes from Waterloo Station and are able to cover travel expenses for their clients when visiting their service.
Work with local families to offer employment advice and support to secure employment.
If you are currently unemployed and looking for work, Maximus can help you gain new skills and find suitable employment as part of their voluntary Family Works programme.
One-on-one employment support for tenants with complex barriers including mental or physical disabilities, domestic abuse, caring responsibilities, children school attendance issues and much more. Click for more detail.