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The Service The No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) service was set up in October 2020 (with funding from Buckinghamshire Council) to provide support to people experiencing homelessness in Buckinghamshire who do not have access to state-funded benefits and housing. People in this situation are often not allowed to work; neither are they eligible for … Read more

Tenancy Sustainment Service (2360 x 1000)

Tenancy Sustainment Service provides life tools and support so you can live independently in your own rented home.


Support for ex-offenders to access accommodation and make positive life choices to reduce the risk of them reoffending and returning to prison.

One Recovery Bucks Service

Support into accommodation for people aged 18 plus who are doing well in their recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.

Boost Parenting advice and support

Boost provides support and advice to parents as part of the Buckinghamshire Family Support Service. The service is delivered through a team of trained volunteers we call Family Mentors.


Prevention Matters supports people over the age of 18 to maintain their independence and confidence.

Having problems at home?

Padstones prevents young people (aged 16-25 years) becoming homeless by providing accommodation along with 24/7 support. The team empower young people and develop their resilience, skills and knowledge to prevent the risk of homelessness arising again.


Our HIT service provides support and accommodation to young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

SafeHaven+ Service Buckinghamshire

Connection Support work alongside Bucks Mind, Citizens Advice, Oasis Partnership and Adult Mental Health Teams, to deliver the Bucks SafeHaven+ Project, an exciting expansion of the current Bucks SafeHaven Service.


Our Rough Sleeper Outreach Service enables rough sleepers to build a better future beyond street life. We support people living on the streets of Buckinghamshire find more settled accommodation and receive the benefits they are entitled to.