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Citizens Advice Isle of Wight is an independent charity based in Newport on the Isle of Wight, and is part of the Citizens Advice network across England and Wales.
Working towards a society that values everyone with mental health problems. Richmond Fellowship is a national mental health charity making recovery reality for thousands of people every year. We provide a range of services including residential support, supported housing, employment services and crisis support. Richmond Fellowship is now part of Recovery Focus, a group of charities with the shared aim to inspire individual recovery nationwide.
HomeShare involves a simple exchange: accommodation (provided by householders with space) for help with everyday tasks (provided by a carefully-selected sharer) Mutual benefit sits at the heart of HomeShare. Both sides equally contribute to and benefit from this reciprocal living. Householders give space and gain agreed help in and around the home (not personal care). Home Sharers give that extra pair of hands and gain a homely place to live which fits their finances and life. They are brought together with a unique form of matchmaking, arrived at with thorough preparation and checking for the peace of mind of Householders and Home Sharers.
45 ensuite rooms in nine groups of flats with shared kitchens. Other smaller units of accommodation in Ryde and Newport provide individual rooms with shared facilities and on-site staff and support. (Spectrum has now merged with Sovereign Housing Association)
We are a small, independently-run housing association operating exclusively on the Isle of Wight. Registered as an exempt charity under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014, we are also registered with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). In addition, we are also members of the Independent Housing Ombudsman Service, the National Housing Federation and SHAPE (Smaller Housing Associations Pursuing Excellence)grouping.
We are one of the largest housing associations in the country, providing over 55,000 affordable homes across the south and south west of England and the Isle of Wight.
As one of southern England’s largest housing associations, we provide more than 27,000 homes for over 72,000 people. Whether it’s traditional social housing, shared ownership, affordable rent, private market rent, or outright sales, we offer a range of services to communities across the south east of England. We also work with our customers and in communities to provide activities, information, and advice that improve the neighbourhoods our customers live in and their individual lives.
Supporting People is a programme that funds housing related support services. To get help from Supporting People, a person would need to speak to someone like their care manager or health worker. This person would then decide if Supporting People help is needed, and if it is will complete a referral form.
Housing services. The Housing and Family Support Service offers free and impartial housing advice to anyone who requires it, regardless of their tenure or status, or whether they occupy accommodation or provide it. Whether you own your home and are having difficulties with your mortgage or are renting and need advice on your rights and options, we aim to help.