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Causeway Irish HA

Who is the project for?

Who do we help?

People aged 18+ who have low support needs and are willing to live in shared housing. Single people only. No local connection required.

Who we cannot help

History of arson, violence or sex offenders. Chemically dependent individuals. Schedule 1 offenders.



Minimum age accepted


Maximum age accepted


How to get a referral

Referral agencies

Accept self referrals and referrals from most agencies.

Referral procedure

Referrals received from selected partner agencies. Self referrals are considered and are currently open, go to www.irishcauseway.org.uk. Application form on website. If criteria are met, invited to interview. If suitable, placed on waiting list until there is a vacancy.

Length of stay

Minimum stay

3-6 Months

Maximum stay


Support and accommodation

Support offered

Staff available at off-site office Mon and Friday 9am-12.00pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9am - 12.00 and 2pm-5pm. Housing managers visit the properties monthly. Staff carry out health and safety checks, offer help with claiming benefits, life skills, making repairs, mediate in house disputes, and provide some resettlement advice. Life skills co-ordinator provides advice around benefits and employment and training.

Total spaces



In 60 properties, mainly shared accommodation.

Further information

Public transport

Office: White Hart Lane train station or Seven Sisters tube. Buses 149, 259, 279, 349.