Accommodation Based Services

In partnership with the Northern Ireland Housing Executive, we provide accommodation-based services to families at our two homeless schemes in South and West Belfast.

Our ultimate aim is to ensure that our residents obtain a permanent home as soon as possible.

A Floating Support Officer is assigned to each family and they carry out an assessment of support needs and deliver with them a person-centred support plan specific to their families’ needs. The Floating Support Officer will support and advise them and will sign-post them to other professional agencies if required. The assessment is flexible and will allow for regular periods of review of the residents’ needs and actions as required.

We aim to provide support, through regular contact, encourage independence and support families to be ready for when they move to their new home in the community.

Moyard House 

Moyard House consists of 17 self-contained apartments and is utilised as temporary accommodation provision for families with dependent children who are experiencing homelessness.

The accommodation comprises of:

  • 5 x Three-bedroom, five-person apartments
  • 11 x Two-bedroom, three-person apartments
  • 1 x Four-bedroom, eight-person house

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Roseville House

Accommodation at Roseville House comprises of 25 self-contained apartments:

  • 8 x Three-bedroom, five-person apartments
  • 16 x Two-bedroom, four-person apartments
  • 1 x Five-bedroom, nine-person house

An apartment at each accommodation scheme has been designed to full wheelchair mobility standard for those with disabilities. All apartments are fully furnished. Kitchens have all appliances and equipment needed to prepare meals and bedrooms are provided with full bed linen for comfort and convenience.

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