Housing Related Support

GENERIC HRS Service

Humbercare provides housing related support to individuals, over the age of 18, who have been assessed as having housing related support needs and are considered vulnerable, meaning they would require support to maintain a tenancy and live independently. Humbercare also provides housing advice to partner agencies.

The Generic HRS Service supports individuals with drug and alcohol problems, mental health issues, offending behaviours and physical or mental disabilities.

The support is provided to people in their own homes. It is intended to aid personal growth, thereby allowing clients to develop the life skills necessary to not only maintain a tenancy and live independent fulfilling lives, but also make a positive contribution to society.

Support is tailored to individual needs and we can offer advice and guidance on:

  • Maintaining and managing independent accommodation
  • Setting up and maintaining essential utilities
  • Accessing specialist advice or agencies
  • Maximising benefit entitlements
  • Money and debt management
  • Liaising with other professionals
  • Accessing training, voluntary work, education and employment
  • Developing independent living skills
  • Access to client involvement groups
  • Encouraging positive neighbour relationships and involvement in the local community
  • Appropriate use of leisure time

Humbercare is committed to the empowerment of vulnerable people through support packages which promote social inclusion; in doing so we believe that those in need will become active and productive members of society.

To access a referral form in Hull please follow the link. Alternatively, you can contact project staff:

Hull Humbercare Hull Drop in Service
Telephone: 01482 586633
Fax: 01482 586825
Email: info@humbercare.org.uk
From 11am -1pm Monday to Friday a duty officer will be available to assist with any housing related support matters, you are welcome to pop in for any advice and guidance

Please feel free to contact us directly if you wish to learn more about Humbercare and the services we can offer.

North East Lincolnshire's Housing Related Support Framework

The key aim of the service is to provide housing related support to enable adults with physical disabilities and learning disabilities to live in their own homes as independently as possible.

The service is available to anyone over the age of 18 meeting the criteria and living in North East Lincolnshire.

To access a Referral Form, please follow the link. Alternatively you can contact Project Staff on:

Telephone: 01472 245820

The Grimsby Office also offers a Drop in Service:

From Monday to Friday 1.00pm until 4.30pm

A duty officer will be available to assist with any housing related support matters. Advice can also be given on Supported Lodgings Placements

You are welcome to pop in for any advice or guidance.

Humbercare’s support is tailored to individual needs and we can offer advice and guidance on:

  • Maintaining and managing independent accommodation
  • Setting up and maintaining essential utilities
  • Accessing specialist advice or agencies
  • Maximising benefit entitlements
  • Money and debt management
  • Liaising with other professionals
  • Accessing training, voluntary work, education and employment
  • Developing independent living skills
  • Access to client involvement groups
  • Encouraging positive neighbour relationships and involvement in the local community
  • Appropriate use of leisure time

Supported Living For Offenders

An accommodation based housing related support service for those high risk/MAPPA individuals or those leaving HMP on licence.

The service will provide safe, secure accommodation and will work towards individuals returning to general needs accommodation within the community. Support will be provided to enable the individual to live safely and independently in their own tenancy and reduce the risk of re-offending.

Support is tailored to individual needs and we can offer advice and guidance on:

  • Maintaining and managing independent accommodation
  • Setting up and maintaining essential utilities
  • Accessing specialist advice or agencies
  • Maximising benefit entitlements
  • Money and debt management
  • Liaising with other professionals
  • Accessing training, voluntary work, education and employment
  • Developing independent living skills
  • Access to client involvement groups
  • Encouraging positive neighbour relationships and involvement in the local community
  • Appropriate use of leisure time
  • To access a referral form please follow the link