Supported housing for people with no recourse to public funds (NRPF)

We have collaborated with Oxfordshire Homeless Movement, Connection Support, Soha Housing and Asylum Welcome to offer safe, secure accommodation for people experiencing rough sleeping who also face ineligibility for any public funds due to their immigration status.

People with an NRPF status aren't eligible for benefits, allowed to work or allowed to use public services with the exception of basic healthcare.

In addition to housing, we are also able to provide specialist employment and access to work experience, with the aim of supporting people to move on into sustainable jobs and housing.

Get in touch

To find out more about Aspire's housing support for people with no recourse to public funds, please contact Jessica Collins, Interim Head of Housing and Homelessness Prevention Services.

If you need help today, please download a referral form and send it via email to [email protected].