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Big Life Homes provides high-quality accommodation, offering low-level support with housing-related issues such as money management.

Big Life Homes aims to reduce the inequality of access to safe and supported accommodation through a range of developments specifically for people who have experienced homelessness.

Having secure, supported accommodation is one of the first steps to recovery and to people turning their lives around.

We believe that everyone deserves a decent place to live. Too often people living with addiction get the worst– the worst housing on offer and the worst access to health and care services.

We never give up – we don’t know what makes someone change or when it will happen but we continue to provide opportunities.

Belmont House and the Kremlin, both in Liverpool, offer low-level support through a housing outreach support worker, which isn’t available through most private landlords.

Belmont House and the Kremlin’s accommodation is for people who have previously been vulnerably housed and are now ready to maintain a tenancy, but still need some low level support with housing related issues.

All of our supported housing schemes are run for the benefit of our tenants, neighbours and the local community, and are not-for-profit.

Opening times:
Monday to Friday from 9am - 5pm
Access:
To find out more, give us a call
Age:
18+
Cost:
Free
Related:
Addiction Homelessness Housing Recovery Skills Support Supported Accommodation
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Coronavirus update

In light of the current situation, we are making changes to the way we deliver services at the moment. One-to-one appointments that would normally be delivered face-to-face will now take place over the phone or through video call. There is no need to call us to confirm – your regular point of contact will call you at the time your appointment was scheduled.

We are also no longer holding groups inside. We’re currently arranging alternatives where possible through considering walking or virtual groups. Please contact your group facilitator, or the centre where the group runs from, for more information.

If you’re worried, think you may have symptoms of Coronavirus or want further information, see the latest advice from Public Health England.

Finally, if you’re struggling through self-isolation, please don’t feel alone. There are local community groups being created all over the country, which you can find here. Alternatively, you can call our community centres in your local area, which you can find here.