Accommodation, Employment and Training If you are homeless, threatened with homelessness or are having problems with your accommodation, or you would like to get back into employment there are a range of people available to help you.


The importance of suitable accommodation before, during and after treatment for substance misuse is widely recognised.

Cornwall Housing

It is possible that you may experience housing problems at some time in your life. Cornwall Housing provide advice and practical help whether you are a private tenant, council and housing association tenant or homeless.

To find out more please visit the Cornwall Housing pages.

In an emergency outside of office hours, please telephone 0300 1234 161

Employment and Training

Job Centre Plus provides flexible and personalised help to get you into work.

If you are a claimant, Job Centre Plus Work Coaches and Disability Employment Advisors can work with you and your key worker while you are in treatment to look at your options. These options will support your recovery care plan and could include volunteering, employment, training and education.

The Inclusion Hub (a Hub of Hubs) shows the opportunities that are available: Skills Provision; Employed, Recently Redundant, Volunteer, SME

Smart Tenants can help if you live in social housing and would like to improve your money management skills whilst also exploring employment, volunteering and upskilling opportunities. There are 4 Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) delivering Smart Tenant in Cornwall.