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Connection Support - Housing Support

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Contact Details

Connection Support - Housing Support Address: 213 Barns Road, Cowley, Oxford - OX4 3UT
213 Barns Road, Cowley, Oxford
OX4 3UT
Connection Support - Housing Support Phone Number: 01865 711267
01865 711267

Service Type

Housing and benefits advice.

Funding Status

Funded by Oxfordshire County Council

Operating Hours

9am - 5pm Mon - Fri

Eligibility & Referral

Self referral or for somebody else by completing the referral form on the website

Service Description

To be eligible, clients must:

  • Be aged 16 or over
  • Be a resident in Oxfordshire
  • Have a housing related support need

Referrals can also be made by a housing provider or housing officer, GP, Care Manager, or Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN), Probation Service, Drug and Alcohol treatment services, local advice agencies or other support services.

If at risk of losing your home then contact Connection Support’s Housing Support team to gain control over both finances and housing.

The team will provide support and tools to manage money, navigate benefits, be independent and avoid homelessness. The aim of this service is to keep a roof over peoples heads.

Advice can be provided on various housing related issues such as claiming benefits, Universal Credit and managing household budgets.

The service is flexible and tailored by need, offering support to manage difficulties affecting the home or ability to live independently.

Key functions & activities offered

The team will speak to clients regularly to discuss progress and will aid clients to:

  • Understand options if facing eviction or are at risk of losing their home, to help prevent this situation happening
  • Maximise income through the benefits system
  • Worked with to help develop goals and aspirations and help with the move towards independence
  • Be helped to manage money and paying bills
  • Be signposted towards support to help manage any drug or alcohol issues that are impacting the housing situation
  • Be helped to understand about rights and responsibilities.
  • Plan for move on – support to actively seek alternative accommodation and resettlement support once in permanent accommodation.