Support in your home Many of the people we work with already have their own tenancies and live independently, but their tenancies may be at risk. Each individual will have different needs from budgeting and setting up utilities to more complex issues such as substance misuse or offending. Sometime we focus on stopping eviction proceedings, helping vulnerable people to continue living in their home. This increased stability allows people to make sustainable changes to their lives, reducing the likelihood of homelessness in the future. Sometimes we focus on supporting people to move towards increasing independence, helping them to recognise their strengths and overcome any challenges they are facing. We don't just leave people once their support has ended. Our support ends gradually, and when it is appropriate for the individual - if we remove our support too soon, it could mean that the person is not ready and will not thrive independently, requiring further and more extensive support.