Supporting Our Partners
We’re proud to work with and help fund local partners in Colchester. Find out more about the fantastic support they offer Colchester Borough Homes’ tenants and residents:
Colchester Emergency Night Shelter
The Colchester Night Shelter provides emergency accommodation to those who are homeless. CBH fund this project to provide tenancy sustainment and housing advice which supports residents to find suitable accommodation.
Open Road is a drug and alcohol support agency which supports tenants to sustain their tenancies and improve their health and wellbeing. We recently supported Open Road to facilitate an online family support group for CBH tenants for during and after the Covid-19 pandemic, dealing with drug and alcohol issues, and focusing on the issues which isolation has brought to the family home.
Solo Housing assists single people across the East of England to find a safe and affordable place to live, by matching an individual with a lodgings landlord who has a spare room in their home.
Colchester Credit Union
Colchester Credit Union is a Savings and Loans Co-operative open to anyone over the age of 18 years who lives, works or studies in the Borough of Colchester. Credit Unions offer a safe and easily accessible home for your savings and the opportunity to obtain a loan on ethical terms at reasonable rates.
Catch 22 - Startwell
Catch 22 work with young people and families, providing early intervention, targeted and specialist support services to those in crisis, leaving care, missing from home or with substance misuse or mental health problems. They also provide intense support to families at risk of homelessness.
Community360 is an independent charity that aims to inspire and enable social action to improve people’s quality of life. They lead on many community volunteering programmes, as well as supporting over 300 community groups a year to access funding, embed good financial practices, recruit their own volunteers, plan and train, and promote what they do.
Sanctuary is a housing led project based on the Housing First model. They provide holistic support to rough sleepers and work to make services better, campaigning for policy change that will help end homelessness.
Youth Enquiry Service
The Youth Enquiry Service provides a confidential, non-judgemental and informal service for young people between the ages of 16 and 25, with a focus on supporting those affected by homelessness.