The Homelessness Reduction Act came in to force on 3rd April 2018 – if you have any questions relating to how this impacts on your clients, contact our team of expert advisers via phone, email or webchat.
Get advice from the NHAS Housing Debt Casework team.
Local Authorities can get up to speed with the latest on the Homelessness Reduction Act through our face to face course. Click on the link to find out more:
HRA course information
Our 'Introduction to the Homelessness Reduction Act' webinar provides an overview of key points in the Act.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for available dates, or log in to download our webinar calendar.
Talk to a housing professional online using our Webchat, click on 'chat with us' to start talking to an adviser.
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We provide FREE expert advice, training and support to housing professionals working in local councils, voluntary advice agencies and local Citizens Advice in England.
I used the webchat service and was extremely impressed. The adviser who attended my chat was extremely helpful and informative, I will not hesitate to recommend and use this service again should I need to. Thank you again, brilliant service.Webchat user
NHAS is a real lifeline to some of our clients who we may be unable to help immediately. I really do value their service Housing Debt Casework referrer
This was excellent training and I benefited from meeting other practitioners and learning how other areas work and what resources they have available.Face to face course delegate
This is the first time I have done a webinar and was surprised at how easy it was to join in, information was clear and well delivered. Having 2 trainers worked well so did the quizzes. Slides are well written; they are easy to follow, concise, logical and will be a useful reference guide in the future.Webinar delegate
Astounding service-- strong and thoughtful advice delivered coherently by phone and later in email. So pleased something like this exists.Consultancy Line user
Succinct, thorough and pertinent expert advice. Really brilliant. I couldn't find it in books. thanks so much - you've prevented someone becoming homeless.Housing Second Tier Service referrer