STAY at Home provides housing-related support for people with multiple or complex needs who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
The team will visit you in your own home, or the place where you are living at the moment i.e. if you are in temporary accommodation.
The service is aimed at vulnerable people with high levels of need. For example, you may have problems with drugs or alcohol, mental health issues or offending behaviour.
You do not have to have a recognised diagnosis of a mental health condition or a specific disability, but you may have experienced periods of homelessness or have an unsettled lifestyle which puts you at risk of homelessness.
We offer support to:
- Find suitable accommodation
- Set up and maintain a home
- Understand your responsibilities as a tenant
- Manage your money
- Access education, training, volunteering and employment opportunities.
We aim to help you live independently and prevent you becoming homeless.
STAY at Home is part of the STAY Multiple Needs Service.
To make a referral:
To access the service, you need to be assessed by Bradford Council’s Housing Options Service Single Point of Access (Gateway).
To make a referral, or contact us:
To make a referral please contact Housing Options directly on 01274 435999 or complete the attached Housing Related Support Referral Form and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone us on 01274 379736
Gemma Mason, STAY at Home Keighley, Grove House, Red Holt Drive, Keighley, BD21 5EG
Read our service description: STAY Bradford Multiple Needs-SD
Read our selection and allocation policy: STAY Bradford Multiple Needs-SAP
STAY at Home – Keighley Leaflet