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Adullam Homes Housing Association Limited is a specialist provider of quality housing and support services and was founded in July 1972 by Walter Moore MBE.  We house and support 1,000 people at any one time throughout England.


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  • Latest news

    Adullam endorses NHF statement

    Adullam Homes is fully endorsing a statement issued by the National Housing Federation and has made a number of changes to support service users and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Denbighshire landlords offered supported service

    Private landlords throughout Denbighshire are being offered the opportunity to get their properties occupied and the tenancy managed at no cost to themselves.

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    Adullam Homes aims to achieve Best Practice with PolicyHub

    Adullam Homes have implemented PolicyHub, a Governance Risk and Compliance and Enterprise Content Management software system, providing a one-stop portal on all their policies and procedures. The housing association introduced PolicyHub as part of a technology refresh replacing an existing Intranet providing an efficient method in handling the many policies and procedures the Association holds in a more rigid manner.

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    Online payments introduced

    Adullam Homes has introduced online payments to make life safer and simpler for service users and staff.

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    Adullam CEO to retire

    Thirty-one years after first joining Adullam Homes Housing Association, Chief Executive Officer Trevor Palfreyman has decided to take early retirement in April 2020.

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    BBC Children in Need provide funding for Bethany Project in Leicester, 2016

    The Bethany Project in Leicester has been awarded £69,000 to continue its work supporting mums and their children from across Leicestershire. The scheme which is owned and managed by Adullam Homes Housing Association provides accommodation for up to 12 young and vulnerable families at any time. The BBC Children in Need grant provides funding for a new Family Intervention Worker, to support the young families and help reduce the number of children placed on the At Risk Register, of which there are over 50,000 across the UK.

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    Housing Association re-secures Governance award

    Adullam Homes, a housing charity helping those facing homelessness and unemployment has been re-awarded the Governance Assessment Process (GAP) award.

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    Adullam Homes is re-awarded coveted Investors in People silver accreditation

    Adullam Homes Housing Association Ltd is delighted to announce that is has been awarded with the Investors in People (IIP) silver accreditation. Through this accreditation, the IIP Assessor has recognised the housing provider’s success as a high achiever and business leader, noting its exceptional performance in people management, leadership and development.

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    Coronavirus – Adullam’s actions

    Adullam Homes Housing Association is taking a range of steps to help protect its service users and staff during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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    Diversity in the Boardroom

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    Adullam homes volunteer gives back following homelessness scare - November 2018

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    Valued Leicester young person’s service receives Children in Need support, February 2018

    Bethany Court is expanding its offering after being awarded an increase in funding and appointing a new development manager.

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    Adullam Social Enterprises receives FSB Award, December 2017

    Adullam Social Enterprises has been recognised for the positive impact it has made on the lives of people in the North West.

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    National Lottery Awards for All boost for mental health and identity exhibition in Sheffield, October 2017

    October 2017 Adullam has received National Lottery Awards for All funding of £5,500 to run a Mask themed exhibition which will explore the issues of Mental Health and Identity and will be showcased at the Winter Garden on 10 October during Sheffield’s Mental Health Awareness Week.

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