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.
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*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
FREE 3D GAMES DESIGN COURSE using UNITY
The Screen Film Community is a London based organisation that provides industry standard skills training in Film & TV Production and Games Design & Coding.
The workshops will be delivered at the Harrow Club, 187 Freston Road, W10 6TH.
Our USP is that we bring industry professionals to teach our students, giving our programmes the cool factor.
URBAN SCREEN & THE SCREEN COMMUNITY is running a ‘FREE’ 3D GAMES DESIGN WORKSHOP, to give 14-25 year olds this great opportunity to learn PROFESSIONAL Games Design skills using Unity software as is used for Assassins Creed. It will be taught by inspirational games designers, make your own game and have it launched on the games platform. The course will start on Saturday the 16th of October and will be from 11am - 5pm.
Don't worry if you have missed the start date. Still apply as you may be allowed to take part and catch up.
This will run for 8 Saturdays and you will learn
- STORY CREATION
- CHARACTER DESIGN
- LEVEL DESIGN
If you are aged 14-25 and have always had an interest in games design, then this could be the course for you.
The ClementJames Centre welcomes you to our wellbeing programme. Take part in a variety of one-off workshops, ongoing activities and events at our friendly centre. A great chance for you to build confidence, relax and connect with others. We look forward to seeing you soon!
We also provide specific emotional support to children and young people who were directly or indirectly affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. This includes weekly art therapy sessions and counselling.
The aim of the project is to support ex-offenders who are in employment to 'level up'. Levelling up could be anything from an increase in wages, a change in contractual hours, promotion to a change in shift pattern, change in location or the consideration of a client's religious beliefs. Whatever makes the client's job 'better' for them, Level up aims to support them with it, hopefully improving their employment situation.
Peer Circles offers practical and emotional support to reduce social isolation, build skills and confidence, and work towards employment.
The project is specifically aimed at people who are highly marginalised and need help to address multiple and complex issues including homelessness, a history of offending, substance misuse and difficulties engaging with mainstream services. A women's service is also available for women with complex needs.
A key strength of Peer Circles is using our peer-led approach. The Peer Advisers have first-hand experience of overcoming disadvantages themselves and really understand what their clients are going through.
The project offers a Key Worker dedicated to the young people to meet weekly or every 2 weeks. Pastoral and holistic support will be provided to work together towards their to access education opportunities and to find employment. The project will be support young people with their CV, interview techniques and working towards qualifications to ensure they are Job or Apprenticeship ready