About Stay’s Accommodation:

What type of housing is offered?

Stay has 70 units of accommodation.  The accommodation is based at several locations around the Borough of Telford and Wrekin.

Accommodation may either be:
 A room in a shared house/HMO with shared facilities.
 A self-contained flat in a small block/scheme.
 An individual self-contained flat in the community.

Intensive Housing Management (IHM)

What is IHM?

Stay’s IHM service provides accommodation for people who, for whatever reason, find themselves homeless or potentially homeless and who may find it difficult to access or maintain mainstream housing.

The service provides temporary accommodation for people who are able to manage a tenancy/licence with some housing support. If applicants have needs in addition to their housing, we can also make a referral for floating support or to other agencies that might be able to assist.

You will be fully involved in all stages from the planning to the delivery of a flexible Tailored Support Plan to achieve your aspirations.

What can we offer?

IHM offers a range of housing management services and will discuss each individual’s tenancy management needs with them on a one to one basis.
Intensive Housing Coaches are available throughout the day. When an individual signs up for a tenancy/licence agreement, they will be allocated an Intensive Housing Coach who will work with them to develop a housing plan and help during an individuals time with us. They will also be the first point of contact with Stay, and will help co-ordinate any other services an individual may need.

During the night time, our Mobile Night Concierge service is available to make sure everything is safe and secure and assist with any problems.

Who can apply?

Stay Telford’s Intensive Housing is for people with housing needs who find it difficult to access mainstream housing, and/or who may need some
support to manage a tenancy.

You can apply if you are:
 Homeless or vulnerably housed (for example, living in temporary accommodation, under threat of eviction or living in inadequate accommodation)
 Able to manage a tenancy with support
 Able to make the weekly rent payments
 Do not pose a risk to staff or other residents
 Have a Willingness to become tenancy ready

How can I apply?

You can apply by requesting an application form, completing and returning it to the address at the back of the application form (as appropriate to the area being applied for). We can also take referrals from third parties such as Social Services, Housing Departments, Advice Agencies or Health Services.

Once an application is received, the applicant will be contacted by telephone to arrange an appointment for an interview to progress the application (usually within 10 days).

For more information or to apply for Stay’s Intensive Housing Management Service please contact us.

Stay Accommodation referral form NEW 2020