How we help at Hamble Court
We provide supported housing in Reading for men and women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, facing a range of challenging issues.
Our service supports those struggling with issues including addiction, mental health, domestic violence, entrenched rough sleeping and offending behaviour.
- Bedsits with individual kitchenettes and shared bathrooms and laundry room
- Residents’ lounge, communal training kitchen delivering cookery skills and a Breakfast Club
- One-to-one Support Worker who will work with you to develop a Support Plan tailored to your needs, with weekly meetings and regular reviews
- Engagement with external support agencies to manage addiction, mental health and offending issues
- Help to identify education, training and employment opportunities with links to the job centre and support agencies
- Regular nurse and health drop-in service
How it works
Referrals come directly from Reading Borough Council’s Access panel. You must be aged 18 or over with support needs.
When you’re ready, we’ll help identify move on accommodation via local housing associations and private landlords, and can refer you to floating support services.
Getting the most out of our service
- We’ll support your transition into independent living with skills to sustain and maintain a tenancy.
- We work with you and external support teams to reduce Anti-Social Behaviour and issues such as personal safety for vulnerable women.
- Our focus is to connect and engage you with a positive social network, including family, friends, peers and support groups to build confidence and self-esteem.
Why we are different
At Hamble Court, we provide tailored support to help you develop the skills you need to resettle into the community and live an independent life. We’ll work with you to help address the barriers and challenges you may face, and support you to pursue your aspirations.
Hamble Court, Southampton Street, Reading, RG1 2QT