Welcome to HLG
HLG is a registered charity and a membership organisation; members are voluntary sector organisations working in the homeless, housing, health and social care sectors within Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County.
We provide training, consultancy and support services to voluntary sector organisations working with people who are homeless or vulnerably housed in Nottingham City and Nottingham County.
We provide a unique role in supporting and coordinating organisations, influencing the services they provide as well as local policy; our overall aim is to help improve choice, opportunity and social justice for the people accessing these services. HLG is financially assisted by Nottingham City Council.
Pressure on temporary accomodation is likely to surge following a landmark Supreme Court ruling widening help for vulnerable homeless people.
On... HLG are delighted that the financial uncertainty that we have been facing in recent months has been resolved and we have implemented some... Are you passionate about improving Health and Social Care in Nottingham? Could you be part of a ground breaking independent organisation which brings the... Councils will have to widen their criteria for deciding who gets housed as a result of a landmark Supreme Court decision this morning.
The case, which... The National Landlords Association (NLA) has launched (16 April 2015) its initiative to enable tenants to check if their landlord is accredited; the... Suicides which occur following a benefit sanction should be investigated by an independent commission, a parliamentary committee has said.The Work and... If you're 18, single and homeless, how might local authorities treat you? One woman goes undercover to find out.
In 2013, 25-year-old Mateasa Grant was... A GP PRACTICE which caters for homeless people, asylum seekers and refugees across the Bradford district has been transformed into a new health and... This event is a series of sessions spread over a week and they are open to everyone who works within the Children's and Vulnerable Adults Workforce in the... Healthwatch Nottingham are coordinating a new local project to evaluate young people's experiences of the mental health services in Nottingham... No voice unheard, no right ignored – a consultation for people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health conditions
This recently published... Government to explore integrating spending for people facing a combination of homelessness, substance misuse, mental health problems and repeat contact... Bea Giaquinto, CEO of HLG writes to inform the sector of recent changes to the services offered by HLG:
I would like to take this... The findings from the Nottinghamshire Homeless Watch survey conducted in September 2014 have now been published and are available to view on HLGs... HLG has been working in partnership with local DWP officers to try to build a more effective working relationship with them and encourage a better...