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NAASH - Supported Services

Who is the project for?

Who do we help?

Intensive support project is for rough sleepers referred specifically by the local authority. Those deemed as too high need for other providers. Those who are hard to house due to previous housing issues. Pets are not generally allowed



Minimum age accepted


Maximum age accepted


How to get a referral

Referral agencies

West Northants Council

Referral procedure

Assessment undertaken by West Northamptonshire Council or NAASH. Risk assessment. Need at least 1 form of ID if not known by the services.

Length of stay

Minimum stay


Maximum stay


Support and accommodation

Support offered

Crisis homeless are supported to access housing as a priority. Entrenched rough sleepers are supported to deal with issues such as drugs, alcohol, health, and to access appropriate housing. Support to claim benefits. Key workers available Monday to Friday in the private rented sector with an on call system for emergency's. Intensive support service is staffed 24/7 to provide support and a concierge service. A range of supported placements are available depending on need.

Total spaces



Mainly rooms in shared houses / Intensive support service is staffed 24/7 all customers have single rooms

Further information

Public transport

dependent on location of placement