Supported housing

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We provide support to lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBTQ+) people living in their own homes. We also offer supported accommodation to 41 young LGBTQ+ people in six different shared housing projects in four London boroughs.

Our support clients have diverse backgrounds and cultures, and a range of support needs. Many have had difficult experiences, including domestic abuse, family breakdown or rejection by family members because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. We give them a secure and safe space so they can live more independent lives.

Tri-borough: Stonewall Housing is commissioned by Hackney, Haringey and Islington to provide support to LGBTQ+ young people. Young people must have a local connection to one of these boroughs for us to consider a referral. Young people may be placed in a different borough than the one they have a connection to. We currently have 31 bed spaces across these boroughs. For more information, please feel free to contact us.

Newham: We are commissioned by Newham to provide supported housing for LGBTQ+ young people. As with our other young people’s services you must have a local connection to the borough for us to consider a referral.


How to apply

Due to the short supply of supported housing, we manage a waiting list for the supported accommodation.

Please contact us for more information on receiving support in your home or applying for supported accommodation.



client info

Any requests for repairs or other issues about your supported accommodation should be made directly to your landlord.

For clients living in Finsbury Park, Highgate and Holloway, please contact:
Clarion (formerly Circle) on 020 7288 4000

For clients living in Stoke Newington, please contact:
Peabody (formerly Family Mosaic) on 0300 123 3456

For clients living in East Ham, please contact:
L&Q on 020 8853 9181