Our work covers a range of issues from temporary supported accommodation, through supported housing for people with mental health issues; from helping through with addiction problems to allowing people to access the private rented sector.
First Housing has two specialist accommodation projects for people suffering alcohol addiction who are sleeping rough.
Damien House caters for 12 men while Ramona House has 8 beds, suitable for men and women. Meals are provided; health professionals visit the projects daily and staff support is tailored to an individuals needs.
Our Night Support Team work in Derry City getting the vulnerable home safe
Way to Go, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, through the 'Impact of Alcohol' Programme compliments our work in this area
The aim of the Smartmove scheme is to address housing need through the use of the private rented sector and to prevent and/or reduce homelessness across Northern Ireland by using good quality, affordable property in the private rented sector.