Family Mosaic are a large housing organisation, and provide care and support services to thousands of people who need extra support. Offers a range of housing and care support with a wide range of needs, with a particular focus on people with Learning Disabilities in Southwark. Additionally offers sheltered housing for older people in Camberwell and Bermondsey.
Hestia provides a wide range of support for homeless and vulnerable people in London. In Southwark, it offers both mental health support and Personal Brokerage/Support Planning assistance. It works with people with learning disabilities and mental health issues to explore opportunities to jointly support plan with others and identify how those with shared or mutual interests and similar support needs could plan together and use their personal budgets together to meet their support needs and aspirations as well as accessing universal services.
The South London Tenancy Support Service, run by SHP, helps people to manage their tenancies and keep their homes, and also provides a range of other services to promote independence and well-being. These include learning, development and employment advice to maximise opportunities for everyone to play a part in the life of the community.
Provides residential and outreach services for adults with learning disabilities, with two small residential properties in Surrey Quays and Peckham. Additionally offers community outreach, including support to attend day activities, social events and so on.
First contact for anyone in Southwark with a housing problem or inquiry. Offers a range of services to help and advise you. We understand that it isn’t easy to get council housing, so we work with many types of housing providers to help people to find the home they need as quickly as possible.
Look Ahead provides specialist support and care services to people with a variety of needs. In Southwark, it also provides Young Persons Floating Support – a support service for between 120 -150 young people (16 -21 years old) living in their own accommodation, across all tenures within Southwark.
No Second Night Out aims to prevent long-term homelessness in the capital. It provides a new programme that seeks to introduce a step change in the way we respond to those who arrive new to rough sleeping on the streets. If you’re concerned about a rough sleeper, call the Rough Sleeping Phoneline 24/7 – 0870 383 3333, or report online, link below.