Resident Support Services
As a NHG resident you can benefit from our partnerships with local support agencies who can help you with many areas of your life from money and jobs to health and wellbeing.
Select a borough location and the type of service that you need in the filter boxes on the left. Then select a service from the list.
To apply, you can send your details to the partner who will then contact you to arrange the next steps.
If you would like to receive updates about our partner employment, training and project opportunities, please join our mailing list.
The Community Shop Lambeth is a community store where residents can get great food at deeply discounted prices on high street brands. It is also a community hub & kitchen where you can make connections, discover, explore, eat and celebrate food.
Children eat free throughout the school holidays.
Please complete a referral form to find out more or to register with Community Shop Lambeth.
The Mayor of London launches the Cost of Living Hub, a new online resource for Londoners struggling with the rising cost of living: https://www.london.gov.uk/cost-living-hub.
The hub helps Londoners access information, support and advice to help manage their household finances. It includes a wide range of information about claiming benefits, help dealing with debt, financial management and mental health support.
Are you facing financial difficulties? Do you find it hard to manage the money you have coming in?
Money A&E provide money advice and educational services to help you make the most out of your income. Participants will be allocated a money coach who will offer confidential one to one debt, money guidance and support sessions to help you regain control of your finances.
This service enables attendees to identify, set and achieve personal money goals, as well as improve and employ money management skills.
Participants will receive a £25 voucher upon completion of budgeting course
This service is currently being provided over the telephone which enables you to participate and reap the rewards from the comfort of your home.
The WISH+ referral hub is a way for Camden residents to get access to a range of Warmth, Income, Safety and Health services. You don’t need to know all the services available through WISH+ to refer, just that the individual you are referring might need some support to improve their health and wellbeing. WISH+ does not provide any services itself, but puts people in touch with the services they need after discussing these with them first. Some services do have eligibility criteria so are not available to all. You do need the consent of the resident to make a referral to WISH+ so that we can call them to discuss their needs.
*Must be completed by a Housing Officer*
The Money House (TMH) helps young people in, or about to move into housing, manage their money and remain independent.
Participants gain practical financial and digital skills to pay their rent, bills and living costs whilst making informed choices about their future. Attendees can receive a Level 1 award in Money Management from ABC’s Entry Into Work Employability Module.
Sessions take place in a fully kitted out flat, not a classroom. It looks and feels like a typical flat that young people would aspire to live in when they get their own tenancy. Our experts help them become more confident about money and living on their own by providing real-life skills in a unique setting that brings financial education to life and helps prevent homelessness.
At TMH there are no lectures. Interactive games and activities involve young people in every aspect of their learning. Our Education Officers are young, trained, tested and enthusiastic, and it shows in the feedback we get from all the young people who attend.
A virtual version is also available
Register your interest in our upcoming e-financial wellbeing sessions. You can attend one, two or all three, please just indicate which you are interested in and we will be in touch with more information.
These wellbeing sessions are being delivered on a non-advice basis by our active partner London Plus Credit Union.
Session 2 - 22nd June
Responsible borrowing-Good Vs Bad Debt
This session will offer tips on making the right choices when it comes to borrowing. It will highlight the difference between good vs bad debt and the potential consequences of the decisions you make.
Session 3 - 14th July
Developing good savings habits
This session will look at how to start building financial resilience through regular savings. It will concentrate on protecting you against unexpected financial shocks or maybe meet the costs of Kids Holidays, School uniforms or Christmas.