Accommodation Supported housing Falcon Centre The Falcon Centre is the largest project and acts as the hub for Falcon Support Services. Since opening in 2013 it has provided vulnerable people with their own en-suite room, a communal area and catered accommodation. The Falcon Centre is staffed 24/7, to ensure that we can meet the needs. As well as providing accommodation, the centre hosts a number of social activities including cooking workshops, Lifewise training sessions on tenancy management, quiz nights, art and craft sessions, pool competitions and film nights. Those looking for a bed in the Falcon Centre must be over 18 years old, single, have a local connection to Leicestershire and not be owed a homeless duty by the local authority. Service users receive: An allocated support worker Use of the Homeless Outcomes Star to enable service users to create their own personalised support and action plan Referrals and signposting to appropriate agencies Access to a substance misuse worker, alcohol reduction programme and support groups Safe and secure temporary accommodation Assistance finding alternative accommodation Support to integrate into their communities, including access to community projects, such as our community drop in, and other social activities… CCTV in communal areas Multi-site warden available Housing Matters The Falcon Centre is part of Housing Matters. Housing Matters is a consortium of three organisations; The Bridge, Nottingham Community Housing Association and Falcon Support Services. Housing Matters provides Homelessness Accommodation and Floating Support Services funded by Leicestershire County Council.