What we do

This page explains the housing and support that we offer to young people, aged 16 to 25 years old, who are experiencing homelessness or poor housing in North East Lincolnshire.


Promoting independence

We believe that seeing, encouraging and developing a person’s strengths is the best way to promote independence and prevent future homelessness.

Floating support

Floating support is what we offer to young people in their own homes or it comes as a part of the tenancy or licences in our supported housing. It is person-centred support delivered to prevent homelessness and you do not need to be living in one of our properties to receive it. Floating support is delivered by our asset coaches and is also known as housing related support (HRS).


We offer two types of housing: supported housing or general needs. Supported housing is designed for those young people who need extra help in managing a tenancy and are described as having support needs. Referrals for this housing come through the homeless prevention service at the local council.

While you are in this housing you will have an asset coach who will deliver the housing related support that you need. They work alongside you to develop your confidence, resilience and independence so that you can manage a tenancy on your own.

An ethical landlord

We are an ethical landlord who renovate long-term empty properties. We bring them back into use for young people who find it difficult to secure good quality housing.

Read about our award winning property renovation:


Tenancy sustainment

In-house support that deals with the day-to-day responsibilities of maintaining your tenancy.

Advice & guidance

Our free service available to all 16 to 25 year olds in the Grimsby and Cleethorpes area experiencing homelessness.

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