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Support for Specific Client Groups

We work closely with numerous Housing Associations and support agencies to provide specialist housing services for people with a range of support needs.

These housing services accommodate clients such as young people, older people, victims of domestic violence, Gypsies and Travellers and applicants with specialised needs such as disabilities and mental health problems.

Supporting People
Supporting People is a national programme introduced by the Government in April 2003 to oversee the quality of housing related support. 

Supporting People funded services

  • Accommodation services for older people
  • Accommodation services for applicants with mental health, disabilities
  • Accommodation services for young people
  • Accommodation services for victims of domestic violence
  • Accommodation services for Gypsies and Travellers
  • Home Improvement Agencies (HIAs)

    HIAs provide free advice and practical support to help older and disabled homeowners and tenants to stay safe, secure, warm and independent in their homes.

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    Supporting People

    As far as possible, we seek to assist people to remain in their own homes and where possible to prevent homelessness. Working closely with organisations funded by Supporting People we aim to ensure that there is a range of support services available within Craven.

  • Supported housing

    Supported housing is usually for people with disabilities who need housing-related or care-related support. People can have their own tenancy and may live independently or three or four people may live at the same address.

  • Sheltered Housing

    Sheltered housing is accommodation especially designed and built with the needs of elderly people in mind. Sheltered housing may also be appropriate for younger people who have severe physical disability and need the peace of mind of a warden.

  • Extra Care Housing

    Extra care housing is also known as very sheltered housing and is a growing and popular part of the housing with care market enabling people to stay in control of their own destiny, living where they want for as long as they wish with security, choice and dignity.

  • Residential care - adult

    A residential care home provides accommodation, meals and personal care for older people, people with disabilities, or people who are unable to manage at home, for whatever reason.

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    Telecare Services

    Telecare uses a range of sensors, matched to your individual needs to assist you to live at home, if you are vulnerable and need support. The sensors can be linked to a lifeline (a kind of telephone) that is used to summon help if required.