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What is supported housing?

Supported housing is for people who are vulnerable and need help to manage living in their home on a day-to-day basis.

How hard is it to get supported housing?

Demand for supported housing in Oldham is high and availability is limited.

Find out more about the accommodation

For details about available supported housing you can get in touch with Threshold or Depaul UK.


A range of supported housing services, including services for women only.

  • 0161 624 2934
  • 0161 628 4991 (Women-only Service Hub)

Depaul UK

For young homeless people and those at risk of rough sleeping.

Apply for supported housing

To apply for supported housing, print and complete the form then send it to the Central Access Point (CAP).

Supported Accommodation Services in Oldham: Application Form

CAP at Oldham Housing and Advice Service
First Place
22 Union Street

Phone: 0161 393 5401

Are you finding it hard to manage?

You may be eligible for Floating Support.

A support worker will talk to you about anything from budgeting skills to managing health problems.