Moving and home setup include bidding on properties, furnishing a home, connecting utilities, and obtaining a TV license.
Day-to-day home maintenance, such as basic repairs of home appliances, e.g., changing plugs, or accessing local services such as decorators, plumbers, and electricians.
How to keep a tenancy by applying for benefits, and avoiding a breach of residency through rent arrears.
Managing a budget – dealing with debt, using a bank, budgeting, and loans.
Advice and information on how to register with a GP and dentist and where to access sexual health services (and other services as applicable, e.g., childcare, counseling, mediation)
People on Probation (PoPs), especially those leaving prison and trying to find rented accommodation, typically have underlying support needs. Without the right support in finding the right place to live, legal knowledge, awareness of statutory rights, and the basics of home maintenance services, users could be at risk of homelessness or, at worst, reoffending.
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