We understand the importance of supporting our customers in every aspect of your life, and we want to help you make informed decisions about your housing, care and support needs. We’re also here to assist you with researching and planning for your future – whether that means starting education, training or work, understanding your finances, or managing your health and wellbeing.
These useful links and resources are designed to help you explore your options. If you need any further support, please speak to a member of staff at your service.
Please note that Sanctuary Supported Living has no official partnership arrangement with these organisations, and we are not responsible for the content of external sites.
A national housing and homelessness charity, providing free advice and support for a wide range of housing issues.
A UK-wide membership organisation supporting people experiencing homelessness, and the organisations that work with them.
An independent body responsible for investigating complaints and resolving disputes between tenants and landlords in social housing. For more information about making a complaint about your Sanctuary Supported Living home, see our complaints page.
The trade body representing housing associations in England, including Sanctuary, which works to create better housing and thriving communities.
The official NHS website offering information on a wide range of health conditions, treatments and local services.
The independent regulator of health and social care in England, ensuring that care services meet fundamental standards of quality and safety.
A leading mental health charity offering support, advice and guidance for anyone with mental health needs.
A confidential helpline available 24/7 for anyone who is in emotional distress, is struggling to cope, or is at risk of self-harm or suicide.
A drug and alcohol information service, offering confidential advice, support and resources to help people make informed decisions about drugs and alcohol.
A specialist addition treatment and recovery organisation, providing free, impartial advice on choosing the right rehabilitation and support services.
The guide offers advice about good nutrition and how to make sure your body is getting everything it needs, as well as tips for reducing the cost of your weekly shop.
A leading disability equality charity, providing practical information and emotional support for disabled people and their families.
A charity for people with a learning disability, their families and carers, offering support, advice and resources.
A leading charity run by and for people with disabilities, promoting equal participatin and advocating for disability rights.
The UK’s leading charity for autistic people and their families, providing support, guidance and campaigning for a better world for autistic people.
A national charity working to end domestic violence against women and children, providing support, resources and a network of life-saving services.
A confidential helpline for male victims of domestic abuse, offering support, advice and practical information to help them find a way forward.
Formerly Action on Elder Abuse, Hourglass is a charity working to protect the abuse of vulnerable older adults, offering support and resources to victims, families and professionals.
A UK-based organisation which provides free, fast emergency injunctions and legal assistance for victims of domestic violence and abuse.
An independent charity offering free, confidential support and information to victims of crime, witnesses, and their families.
The Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC) helps older people make informed choices about their housing and care options.
The country’s largest charity, dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life, providing advice, information and support.
A charity offering regular friendly contact and free impartial advice on the issues that matter to older people.
A comprehensive online directory of care homes, nursing homes and residential care facilities, offering reviews and advice to help individuals find the right care home.
A leading UK charity focused on providing support and research for those affected by dementia, and their families.
Formerly ‘Universal Jobmatch’, this is the Government’s job finding service, for full or part-time jobs in England, Wales and Scotland.
An online job board, offering thousands of job opportunities across various industries, as well as career advice and resources.
A website providing job listings, company reviews and resources for job-seekers, where you can search for jobs and apply directly online.
One of the UK’s top job sites, featuring job listings across a wide range of sectors, as well as career advice, training courses and CV resources.
The Government’s apprenticeship-finding service, for finding an apprenticeship in England.
Information on the Government website about schools, including contact details, performance data and inspection reports.
The University and College Admissions service – helping students apply to higher education courses and providing resources for making informed choices about their futures.
An overview of housing benefit, helping people understand whether they are eligible for housing benefit or universal credit, and beginning their application.
An overview of universal credit, explaining what it is, what the eligibility requirements are, and how to apply.
Find out about State Pension eligibility, find out about payments, claim your pension or report a change of circumstances.
An overview of legal aid, helping people to understand whether they may be eligible for help to meet the costs of legal advice, family mediation and representation in a court or tribunal.
A network of independent charities that provide free, confidential and impartial advice on a wide range of issues, including debt, housing and employment.
A consumer finance website offering expert advice, tips and tools to help people save money on a wide range of products and services.
Formerly Money Advice Service, this government service offers free, impartial advice and resources on money management, budgeting and financial planning, to help people make informed financial decisions.
An independent financial advisory service, offering professional advice and support on a range of financial topics, including investments, pensions and mortgages, tailored to individual needs and circumstances.
A campaign providing advice and resources to help people protect themselves from financial fraud and scams.
The UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime, providing a place to report fraud, receive advice, and access resources to protect against fraud and cybercrime.
A charity which campaigns for equality and provides resources, advice and support to people in the LGBT+ community.
An LGBT+ anti-violence charity, offering support, advice and advocacy to people affected by hate crime, domestic abuse or sexual violence – working to make life safe, just and fair for people in the LGBT+ community.