HARP Connect - support for ex offenders over the age of 25

HARP Connect: thanks to funding from London Councils, we work across London offering Housing, Advice, Resettlement and Prevention services to ex-offenders who are homeless or at risk of losing their home.

The staff offer support to clients and a “through the gate” service – meeting people when they leave prison, promoting a smooth transition back into communities.

The team provide specialist intervention, advocacy and housing advice promoting the wellbeing and interests of individuals with protected characteristics, those with no recourse to public funds and those experiencing mental health or substance use issues

Categories:
Advocacy
Homelessness support
Housing advice
Information and advice
Support with housing
Service access criteria:
  • Clients under license with the probation service
  • aged 25 years and over
  • Complex needs with a housing issue (ie, No Fixed Abode or requiring tenancy support)
  • Returning to a London Borough
  • Willing to engage with the HARP service
  • No dependents living in the accommodation
Additional needs catered for:
Vision impairment friendly
Hearing impairment friendly
Learning difficulty friendly
Physical disability friendly
Non English speaking friendly
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