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Find out more about the housing and care providers we work with to provide accommodation for some of the more vulnerable groups in society



Nacro is a social justice charity founded in 1966. Nacro’s main aim is to ensure that disadvantaged young people and adults reach their full potential in life. Good quality and appropriate housing is often the first step to unlocking this potential by laying the foundations for stability and improvement. Housing is, therefore, integral to Nacro’s work.

Nacro currently provides a range of accommodation options including supported housing, floating support services and Nacro’s social lettings agency – Nacro Homes Agency.

They have expertise in meeting the specific needs of people who have been homeless, care leavers, young people including teenage parents, women, families, former members of the regular armed forces, victims of domestic abuse, people experiencing mental illness or impairment, people experiencing alcohol or drug issues, people leaving prison and people in wider contact with the criminal justice system.

Nacro is a Regulator of Social Housing registered provider
Nacro is a registered charity

Case Study

United Response


United Response was founded in 1973 with just one service in West Sussex. They now support around 2,000 people, work in 400 locations across England and Wales and employ more than 3,500 staff.

They support adults and young people with disabilities to live the life they choose. That includes people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, autism and mental health support needs. They can help with things like day-to-day living, finding a house or a job, education, and activities in the local community.

As well as supporting people, they campaign on disability awareness and social care policy, provide expert guidance for professionals and carers and make easy to read information, like Easy News.

United Response is a registered charity

Case Study

Halo Housing Association


Halo Housing Association was formed in 2011 and has developed a number of supported living schemes. It provides accommodation for individuals with learning disabilities, mental illness, physical disabilities and autism. Based in the North West, it currently works in around 40 local authority areas.

Halo contracts with independent support providers to ensure that their clients have maximum independence and choice.

Halo Housing Association is a Regulator of Social Housing registered provider
Halo Housing Association is a private limited company

Golden Lane Housing


Golden Lane Housing Limited is one of the country’s leading supported housing landlords for people with a learning disability. They were established by Mencap in 1998 to help tackle the immense challenges that people with a learning disability face in finding a home. Recognising that people with a learning disability have different wants and needs when it comes to their home, they provide high quality rented housing tailored to meet a person’s specific needs across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

They adopt a joined-up approach to provide housing solutions, building good relationships with individuals, families, social services, nearly 150 support providers including Mencap, local authorities, housing associations, developers, landlords and other organisations.

Golden Lane Housing is a Regulator of Social Housing registered provider
Golden Lane Housing is a charitable Community Benefit Society

Pentagon Housing Group


Pentagon Housing Group Ltd helps individuals to find a permanent home. They develop property, both new build and the refurbishment of existing properties, and also provide support for those living in exempt accommodation or requiring supported living accommodation.

They work with investors, property developers, local authorities, housing associations and care providers to provide housing for a broad range of social needs.

Pentagon Housing Group is a private limited company