About Solo

We have a rich history rooted in compassion and a steadfast commitment to addressing homelessness.

Originally established in 1985 as the Campaign for Single Homeless (COSH), we became Solo Housing (East Anglia) in 1996 and are a Charity and a Registered Provider of Social Housing.

Since our inception, we’ve worked tirelessly alongside trusted partner organisations, including local authorities, fellow registered providers, charities and private landlords. Together, we support single people who are facing homelessness, or at risk of losing their home.

We understand that every individual’s situation is different and that’s why we offer a diverse range of housing solutions.

Our ambitions include steady but significant growth, acquiring and building properties, to expand our capacity to deliver high-quality services to single people in need.

We’re committed to making a lasting impact in the lives of individuals and communities in East Anglia, today and into the future.

Solo Housing offers three main types of housing solution:

In addition, we manage the following projects:

• Accommodation Access and Assertive Outreach & Lodgings

Triage assessments and support to people to access accommodation in the Breckland, Broadland and South Norfolk local authority areas. This service includes assertive outreach, supporting single people at risk of losing their accommodation, or those who are not ready to engage with wider homelessness prevention support.

• Off the Street

A service for rough sleepers in the Breckland local authority area who are supported to resettle into either supported, or more permanent accommodation.

• Temporary Accommodation Project

A service in the Breckland local authority area of shared accommodation for single people who require temporary accommodation, before an allocation of more permanent housing is considered.

• Women’s Accommodation Service

A service for women in contact with the criminal justice sector on their release from prison, helping them address key support issues before moving into more permanent housing and a life away from crime.

We’re here for everyone, but only with your help

As a small local charity, we do not have the big overheads of many national charities, so your support would help make a difference.

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