The Housing Crisis Intervention Service (HCIS) which offers housing advice, welfare benefits advice and a hostel placement service. Single people who are homeless, at risk of being homeless or with housing issues can drop-in without an appointment between 10am-1pm Monday to Friday. Because of the level of demand, the service is not also able to deal with matters over the telephone or by e-mail.

Through the Access Project, KCAH is able to house up to 37 people in its nine rented houses for a period of up to two years. KCAH staff offer the tenants ongoing support with benefit claims and life skills such as budgeting and every tenant has a tailor-made Support Plan. Each tenant has their own locked bedroom and the use of shared kitchen and bathroom facilities. Some properties also have a common lounge and a garden.

We provide a Job Club to help our clients find work which runs on Tuesday afternoons.

We also provide emergency clothing, sleeping bags, backpacks, a mailbox, simple mobile phones and food for people who are living on the streets or with no home to call their own.

 Click on the links to the left (or below) for further information about our work.

Every Tuesday we offer our clients help with CV-writing, job search, interview skills and confidence building at our Job Club