Supporting people

Supporting People is a Welsh Government programme that provides housing-related support to vulnerable people over the age of 16.  It enables them to live independently in the community and avoid the risk of becoming homeless.

What is housing related support?

Housing related support helps vulnerable people develop or maintain the skills and confidence necessary to live as independently as possible.  It can include help and advice with:

  • developing life and domestic skills
  • budgeting and managing money
  • accessing other services and opportunities
  • establishing safety and security

How to apply for support

If you would like to ask for housing related support, you can:

  • ask your social worker or health professional to contact us
  • ask a friend or a member of your family to contact us
  • contact us yourself, either by calling us on 01824 706450 or sending an email to
When you contact us, we will talk to you about your situation and assess what your needs are so that we can find the most suitable way to support you.

If you want to make a referral to a support project, complete and return this referral form. You may find the referral form guidance useful when completing the form.

You can find details of the organisations we work with in the Supporting People directory.

You can find out more about our Supporting People programme by reading our Local Commissioning Plan for 2019-22 and our decommissioning strategy. 

Supported Independent Living (SIL)

SIL is an innovative, flexible and person centred housing related support service for people living in Denbighshire who need support in order to regain or maintain their independence.

The SIL Service can be provided to adults, over the age of 18 years, who have assessed need.

SIL is tenure neutral; so no matter whether you own your own home, rent privately or are a tenant with the Local Authority or Registered Social Landlord you could be eligible to receive SIL.

SIL is provided by a team of experienced Accommodation Support Officers whose primary aims include: the reducing the risk of homelessness, inappropriate hospital admission or admission to residential or nursing care facilities. 

More information on this support can be found in our SIL Leaflet.

If you wish to refer yourself or someone else into SIL please contact us on: