LEicester Floating Support

Supporting people to maintain their tenancy and live independently.

What we do

Our community support team work with adults in Leicester who need help with their housing situation. We can support people to manage and clear rent arrears and debts, identify financial support they may be entitled to, and can support individuals who are at risk of eviction or homelessness.

We’re proud to work with a diverse range of people with different needs and backgrounds, this includes: those with drug and alcohol problems, people with personality disorders or mental ill health, people fleeing domestic abuse, people with an offending history, people who have been in the armed forces, and those with a complex combinations of needs. 

We can help if you are:

  • Aged 16 or over
  • A resident of Leicester City
  • Currently in private rented accommodation, housing association tenancy, a homeowner.

*If you have accommodation with Leicester City Council, you'll need to contact their housing team directly. You can do that through their online form by clicking here, or by telephone on 0116 454 1008.
 

How we can help:

We can support you to maintain your accommodation and remain well in a variety of ways, including support to:

  • Resolve issues with your tenancy
  • Improve daily living skills
  • Access specialist services
  • Deal with debt
  • Improve mental & physical
  • Access education & employment
  • Deal with addiction issues
  • Improve your finances

How to get help

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We’ve made it easier to make a referral - simply click below and complete the short online form, and we’ll be in touch.

For more information, you can contact us by telephone on 0116 255 3228, by email at leicesterfs@p3charity.org or by dropping into our Navigator in Leicester (details below).

Where you can find us

We are based at: 

How we’re funded

This service is commissioned by Leicester City Council.

www.leicester.gov.uk