Wandsworth Tenancy Support
Tenancy Support is a free service that gives one-to-one housing related support to vulnerable Wandsworth Borough Council residents. Tenancy Support Officers can offer short-term interventions of up to 2 years to assist tenants to regain their independence
and to fully manage their home and tenancy.
Assistance and advice can be given around a wide range of issues including welfare benefits, reducing rent arrears, ordering repairs, personal budgeting and accessing other services.
The service will establish an individual's specific requirements and draw up a Support Plan with the resident, which will be reviewed on a regular basis. The Support Plan will indicate what tasks need doing, who needs to do them and when they need to be done by.
- London Borough of Wandsworth
- Service Type:
- Housing services
- Primary Client Group:
- Supporting People
- There is no cost for the service.
- Any vulnerable Wandsworth Council tenant who is experiencing problems managing their tenancy may be eligible for the service. Residents can self refer and other professionals can also make refer their service users. For example, Tenancy Support may be able to help with tenancy issues if a tenant:- Has a physical disability or sensory impairment- Has a learning difficulty- Has a mental health issue- Has a drug or alcohol dependency- Is a young person who is vulnerable or is a care leaver- Is at risk of, or suffering, domestic violence- Is living with HIV, Aids or other chronic medical condition- Is an older person with support needs- Is an ex-offender or at risk of offending- Is a family with complex, housing related needs- Is a young person aged 20 years and under who is starting their first tenancy
- Further Information:
Languages and communication:
- The service employs interpreters as and when the need arises.
This page was last updated on 31 December 2018