Frontline Fife provides Short-term Housing Support to enable individuals to keep their home and prevent them from losing their tenancy or becoming homeless.
Short-term Housing Support is a service which is offered for up to 2 years and is defined by the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) as:
".... support, assistance, advice or counseling to enable an individual to maintain their tenancy. Housing Support may be provided to people living in ordinary homes, sheltered housing, hostels for the homeless, accommodation for the learning disabled, women's refuges or shared dwellings."
There are different reasons why people need help to manage their tenancy, including:
- issues around benefits
- issues with debt, money and budgeting
- health and wellbeing
- access to services
- lack of social networks
For more information about this and other services, contact us to request a copy of our Client Guide.
Your privacy is important to us, for information about how we use your data, please see our statement here: Short-term Housing Support Privacy Notice