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If you, or someone you know, would like to join our Supported Housing Programme please call 020 8773 7417 or email or download our referrals leaflet and the referral form

Two-Stage Supported Housing Programme

A specialist Supported Housing Programme to help equip vulnerable men in the latter stages of recovery from a life addiction, which often includes offending and homelessness.

'A New Future'

A twelve week abstinence-based programme in Streatham that focuses on recovery and resettlement through process groups, educational sessions and community living.

Day-to-day Activities

The morning begins with a two-hour group session. In the afternoon residents carry out work duties, one-to-one key-work sessions and other meaningful activities.

Topics Covered

  • Health & well-being
  • Drugs & alcohol
  • Relationships
  • Finance
  • Accommodation
  • Education, training and employment
  • Attitudes, thinking and behaviour

'Move-On' Support

We have two houses in Clapham where we provide further move-on support, accommodating up to 10 men. This stage provides additional support in employment and training, finding accommodation and managing relationships.

Criteria Checklist

  • Male 18 and over with a history of substance misuse 
  • Ideally has completed a rehabilitation programme/detox, and/or
  • Abstinent for 4 weeks prior to joining and 3 months' abstinence from any substitute prescriptions such as methadone
  • Valid ID and NI number and eligible for Housing Benefit
  • No history of arson
  • No history of sexual offences
  • No current diagnosis of severe mental health problems e.g. schizophrenia, bipolar, psychosis
  • No recent history of violence (6 months)

Who can refer?

  • Charities
  • Probation services
  • Family and friend members
  • Churches
  • Rehabilitation programmes
  • Individuals themselves

How do I refer?

We are happy accept referrals from anywhere in the UK. Contact our supported housing team on 020 8773 7417 or You can complete an application form and send it by email or post to 47 Tooting Bec Gardens, London   SW16 1RF

Data Protection Act 2018 - The application form and risk assessment ask for personal data and special category data, without which we cannot make a full assessment of a candidate's suitability for the programme. All data is collected and stored under strict confidentiality rules and observing the DPA2018 and GDPR. A copy of the relevant policy documents are available from Nehemiah's Data Protection Manager

What happens next?

A face to face interview will be arranged, or if not possible an interview phone call. After this, the Supported Housing Team will make a final decision.

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