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We want all our customers to flourish in their homes,
so we offer support and advice for a variety of different things

Aids and adaptations

Aids and adaptations

Aids and adaptations as physical additions or modifications to a customer’s home that can help restore, or enable independent living, privacy, confidence and dignity for individuals and their families.

Learn more and apply for an aid or adaptation

Supporting you anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour

We define anti-social behaviour as when someone acts in a way that causes (or is likely to cause) harassment, alarm or distress to people from other households.


Learn more and how to report anti-social behaviour

Benefits and money advice

Financial support

Learn about the UK benefits system and some useful tips that can help you save money.

Read about the financial support you could be eligible for

Supporting you domestic abuse

Domestic abuse

Women's Aid defines domestic abuse as an incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening, degrading and violent behaviour, including sexual violence, in the majority of cases by a partner or ex-partner, but also by a family member or carer.

Learn more about domestic abuse and how you can get support 

Hoarding support

Hoarding support

Hoarding behaviours can be caused by a range of factors and can affect people in entirely different ways. Often, people don't even know that they have a hoarding disorder until it becomes a problem.

Learn more about hoarding and how to get support

Health and safety in your home

Health and safety in your home

Learn more about keeping you and your home safe from things like fire and electricity and how contents insurance can help when things do go wrong.

Health and safety at home

Living sustainably

Living sustainably

Interested in making your home and life more sustainable? Read some of the ways you can do this by recycling properly, saving energy and more.

Learn how you can make your life more sustainable