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    About us    

We are a partnership of social sector organisations, commissioned by Kirklees Council to support people in our community who face an increased risk of homelessness as a result of their support needs. Our partnership brings together the expertise of all our organisations, allowing us to support people with a range of complex social needs across Kirklees.

Our goal is to help the people using our service to secure or maintain suitable accommodation, to improve their health & well-being, and to develop the skills they need to live independently.


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We take a person-centred approach, tailoring our support to the needs of each individual facing homelessness. 

To improve long-term well-being, we offer support across four main areas:


We provide support in accessing social and council housing or engaging with private sector landlords to sustain existing tenancies or find new accommodation.

Health & Wellbeing

We work to address physical and mental health conditions including drug and alcohol dependency, helping the people we work with to get the treatment they need and to improve their well-being.

& Employment

We can support in accessing volunteering opportunities, education or training and offer guidance and support in finding meaningful employment. 

Support with domestic violence

We support those experiencing domestic abuse through our specialist domestic violence service. We provide expert support and advice, safety planning and crisis intervention to help keep victims of domestic abuse safe.

    Our Partners  


Fusion Housing is a non-profit making charity working to help individuals who are experiencing housing related problems and need support with learning and employment.


Foundation are a registered charity that provide support for vulnerable individuals to manage a tenancy, find a job, tackle addiction and improve their relationships.


Community Link is a mental health charity pioneering a wide range of life-changing mental health and well-being services throughout the Yorkshire and Humber region.

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Horton Housing are a not-for-profit organisation which provides housing, training and support services across Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees and North Yorkshire. They work with a wide range of clients including people who are homeless, have mental health challenges, drug or alcohol issues, refugees, and people with disabilities.

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Connect Housing is a housing association in West Yorkshire with over 3000 homes. They offer a wide range of other support services for families, young people, older people, those with disabilities, people with mental health issues and domestic violence victims.

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Home Group is one of the largest Housing Associations in the UK, providing new homes and houses for affordable rent. In addition, they provide long term integrated housing, health and social care to vulnerable members of society.

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PDVG are a registered charity that provides support, advice, information and safe accommodation to anyone effected by or experiencing domestic abuse. PDVG has been in operation delivering a range of specialist domestic abuse services in Kirklees since 2002.

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Making Space are a national charity providing health and social care services for adults with mental health conditions, learning disabilities, dementia and their carers.

   What do I do next?   

Client Referral Form 

For more information about the programme, please get in touch on We are more than happy to discuss the programme with you and provide any further information you may need. 

The potential Service Users will be people over the age of 16 who have support needs that may impact on their ability to live independently and who may be at increased risk of homelessness due to their disabilities, vulnerabilities, issues or lifestyle factors. They are, for example, people who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless or with a history of repeated homelessness, offenders, people with mental health problems, learning disabilities, those who abuse substances, those at risk of domestic abuse, refugees and care leavers or young people at risk including young parents.

Individuals can be referred directly, by a carer or by an agency. If you want to get in touch about a potential referral to our service, please download the referral form below, complete and return to us at


Referral Assessor
Impact Analyst


Tel: 01484 415 461

Ext: 234 or 231

Professional queries: 

07816 088 064


07496 776 210

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