Information for professionals on different types of housing options for people with specific needs in Northern Ireland.
A person’s right to remain in their home after a relationship ends depends on their situation.
Housing Rights can advocate for young people who are having housing problems.
A person may be able to get help to stay in their home if they have certain support or care needs. If that’s not possible the person may need to move into supported housing.
Agencies should work together to manage the housing needs of people entering and leaving custody.
A person who is dealing with domestic abuse may need to leave their home either temporarily or permanently.
A person dealing with domestic abuse may need help finding a new home or making their current home safe.
People from abroad may be able to buy a home or rent a home. There are specific housing options for people who are asylum seekers and need accommodation.
Call our helpline:028 9024 5640
9.30am to 4.30pmMonday to Friday
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