Nacro housing annual review 2014/15

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Corporate author(s)
Date of publication
29 September 2015
Resettlement, Offenders, Housing and Homelessness
Social welfare
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This report outlines the achievements of Nacro's Housing Resettlement Service (HRS) in 2014/15. In that year 2,101 people were housed in Nacro accommodation and 1,500 received floating support to help them sustain tenancies. They have developed move on accommodation through the HRS via their network of landlords and property developers. In 2014/15 the HRS housed over 200 individuals. Nacro hopes to expand this service by providing 100 extra homes for service users to move on to in the coming year.

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