Supported housing

When life is especially challenging, our supported housing gives you a secure home in a caring community. We offer safe spaces and services to help you keep or regain your independence.

Boy writing on paper in garden with family in background, A2Dominion supported housing services
  • Older people

    To older people, we offer both supported housing and extra care housing options.

    Our thoughtfully-designed self-contained homes have communal facilities where residents can spend time and socialise. You can be active and independent, knowing support is on hand if needed.

    Where?

    • London
    • Surrey
    • Berkshire

    More about our housing for older people

  • People fleeing domestic abuse

    For anyone who is being abused by someone in their home, we offer support and a safe refuge if you wish to leave.

    You can get practical advice and support through our helpline, and we’ll help you to make a new start and find another long-term home.     

    Where?

    • Oxfordshire
    • West Berkshire

    More about domestic abuse support

  • People who are homeless

    Our hostel offers people over 18 a safe place to stay and a programme of support to help you move off the streets permanently.

    You'll have your own support worker to help you deal with the cause of your homelessness. Residents can stay for up to 9 months, then we help you to find a new home. Some of our support services are available to non-residents too.   

    Where?

    • Oxfordshire

    See what's available

  • People with learning disabilities

    Our long-term supported housing is for people with mild to moderate learning disabilities, enabling you to live as independently as possible.

    The self-contained apartments have communal gardens and lounges. You'll get support according to your needs and you will have access to 24-hour emergency advice and support.  

    Where?

    • Hampshire

    See what's available

  • People with physical disabilities

    As well as offering adapted accommodation in our older people housing developments, we also have supported housing for adults with physical disabilities. The apartments are designed for wheelchair users and can be adapted for other physical disabilities.

    All our residents can get support with managing finances and living independently.   

    Where?

    • London

    See what's available

  • Vulnerable young people

    In our supported housing, we help vulnerable 16 to 25-year-olds develop the life skills you need to live independently. Besides a safe home, you'll get support with finding work, getting back into education, reconnecting with family, and dealing with finances. Residents can usually stay here for 18 or 24 months, then we'll help you to find a new home.

    Where?

    • Berkshire
    • Hampshire
    • Wiltshire
    • Surrey
  • Young parents

    Our supported housing is available to single parents and couples aged 16 to 25 with children under 5.

    We provide a safe home and play spaces, as well as support with parenting and developing life skills. Residents usually stay here for up to 2 years, then we'll help you to find a new home.

    Where?

    • Surrey
    • Berkshire

    See what's available

Am I eligible?

We have supported housing in:

  • Berkshire
  • Hampshire
  • London
  • Oxfordshire
  • Surrey
  • Wiltshire

For most homes and services, you’ll need to apply through your local council. Check the details on each housing listing to see if you’re eligible.

Speak to our team
Supported housing
A variety of housing options for those in need of support, care or refuge. Have any questions? Call 0800 432 0077.

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Domestic abuse helpline (Oxfordshire and West Berkshire):

0800 731 0055 

10am - 7pm, weekdays

Are you, or is someone you know being abused?

If you are being hurt, intimidated, bullied or controlled by someone in your home, talk to us about it. Domestic abuse is never OK.

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