Warwick Supported Accommodation Service

The service is a temporary accommodation service in Warwick, Leamington Spa and Kenilworth for single men and women aged 16 and over who are homeless or being accommodated at the Direct Access Unit in Warwick.

The accommodation is provided for people who have been rough sleeping with support needs who are willing to try and address these, e.g. people who have issues with drugs, alcohol, offending or mental health would be expected to have a willingness to engage with the appropriate agencies in order to address these support needs as part of the support planning process. The selection process identifies whether these needs can be met by this service. This service is aimed at providing medium levels of support.

The service has been commissioned by Warwick District Council. The service aims to move people on to more permanent accommodation and give people the skills to manage and sustain a Tenancy.

The service will be provided during office hours, Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm. An Out of Hours telephone service is provided for emergencies only.

The accommodation is provided in shared houses in Warwick, Leamington Spa and Kenilworth. Each house is fully furnished to a high standard, each with a shared lounge, bathroom and kitchen with laundry, washing, drying and ironing facilities, and fully furnished secure bedrooms. The accommodation is regularly serviced by our Facilities Team.


 Support offered by our Warwick Supported Accommodation Service: 


How to Apply:

In the main this service operates a “closed” referral route with all referrals coming from Warwick District Council.