Supported Housing Team

Providing short-term supported accommodation to people who are under threat of being homeless

Who we are

In our supported housing project, we provide safe and stable accommodation for individuals who need extra help to live independently.
Personalised support plans are created to ensure that each persons needs are being met; connecting them with essential services like healthcare, education and employment. 
We help residents transition from dependence to independence.

The Supported Housing Team manages eleven properties – 50 individual units – in Coventry to provide short term supported accommodation to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants that face the threat of being homeless. 

Our housing is available for individuals who have leave to remain.

The team also provides specialist support services for vulnerable people with complex support needs.

Our team assists clients with planning positively for their future and to aid the integration process into the UK. This involves case working with residents and providing access to all other services at Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre. With links to other agencies in the city, the team also use this to help residents resolve issues, become independent and consider the next step in their lives.

Please note, to be eligible for supported housing, you will need to have leave to remain and a local connection to Coventry.

The Supported Housing Team is accessible in a number of ways:
Referrals following an appointment with our Advice Team
Call our reception on 02476 227254 
Email the team via:

Our weekly FREE Cooking Club offers people the chance to learn about making healthy food on a low budget, make friends and practise English. 

Each session is led by a cooking tutor.

The group meets every Thursday from 3pm – 5pm.

Contact the club:

Cooking Club co-ordinator: Hannah Laing