Help on Managing Everything (HoME)
LinkLiving’s HoME service (Help on Managing Everything) provides additional support to Link Housing Association and Paragon Housing Association tenants who are struggling to maintain their tenancies.
What do we do
Our project workers support tenants across Forth Valley, Cumbernauld, West Lothian, and Edinburgh who need a helping hand.
Often the people supported by HoME are not eligible or able to get easy access to statutory services. This service enables them to resolve issues that put their tenancy at risk, get mental health support, and learn the skills needed to find stability and independence.
LinkLiving project workers adapt their approach to the individual needs of tenants and provide support which enables tenants to better manage and maintain their homes and settle into their communities.
How we can help you
The HoME project provides practical and emotional support to tenants within their homes. LinkLiving project workers use an individually tailored approach to help tenants improve and maintain their property and identify personal outcomes.
The one-to-one support offered by HoME includes:
- Help with maintaining the home, e.g. hoarding
- Long term issues with neighbour nuisance
- Managing income and bills
- Keeping physically and emotionally safe
- Asking for help if it is needed
- How to get involved with the local community
- Volunteering/work experience/employability
- Developing digital skills
How can you get support
HoME provides support for tenants of Link Housing Association and Paragon Housing Association in Forth Valley, Cumbernauld, West Lothian, and Edinburgh who are not in contact with, not a priority for, or unable to access, statutory services. Referral is from a housing officer only.
Thank you to our funders
This service is funded by Link Housing Association in Falkirk, Edinburgh, West Lothian and Cumbernauld and Paragon Housing Association in Stirling, Alloa, and Grangemouth.