Housing Help and Support
If you're homeless or at risk of losing your home go to Suffolk County Council - Housing help and support
Agencies are working together to see how individuals housed temporarily and can be supported into permanent accommodation to avoid going back onto the streets and this includes a small number who have no resource to public funds and who will require multi-agency decision making on a case by case basis.
Housing Learning and Improvement Network (LIN)
The Housing LIN is an online hub of information about specialist housing.
Visit the Housing LIN website for advice from housing, health and social care professionals.
Easy Read Tenancy Agreement
Here's a guide to tenancy and what it means by Ace Anglia and Orwell Housing.
Go to the Suffolk Ordinary Lives website: Tenancy Agreement - an easy-read guide
You can use this document to write down details of your tenancy and change the words and pictures to make it personal to you.
- Suffolk County Council's Duty to Refer People who are Homeless to a Local Housing Authority
Homeless Link - A national membership charity for organisations working directly with people who become homeless in England.
Making Safeguarding Personal Guidance for workers in the housing sector
Self-Neglect and Hoarding Resources for professionals
If you're concerned an individual is at risk of harm due to self-neglect or hoarding please see the referral information and resources on our Self-Neglect and Hoarding page.
Below is a Suffolk 2018 self-neglect and hoarding case study, which used signs of safety methodology.
Warm Homes Healthy People
Suffolk County Council- Warm Homes Healthy People is a service for older and vulnerable people to keep warm in winter and offer help accessing winter fuel payments.