Accommodation and Support 

Amicus Trust delivers accommodation and support across the region to veterans (16 to 65 years old) who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.  

If you have served in the UK Armed Forces we can provide accommodation for up to 2 years,  support includes; 

  • Accommodation for up to 2 years
  • Personal development plan and Key Work
  • Independent living skills
  • Signposting and support in areas such as mental and physical health, education and employment
  • Dedicated Mental Health support

All properties offer secure individual bedrooms and shared communal areas including bathrooms, kitchen, living room and garden. Regular house meetings create a sense of community and keep the house running smoothly.

Mental Health Support 

As a Veteran you are also eligible to access to our dedicated Veteran Mental Health project, which delivers  support for those who would like to work through mental health needs through a private one-to-one service. Find out more >> 


Are you eligible for support? 

To be eligible for accommodation you will need to be;

  • Aged between 16 - 65 years old
  • Have an Armed Force Service Number
  • Be homeless or at risk of homelessness.

 Accommodation Available 

Choose from accommodation in one of the following towns


Close to the river and the town centre, this large family style property has 9 bedrooms


5 rooms available for Veterans in a house in the central Bedfordshire town of Sandy


A neat little 2 bed house in a quiet cul-de-sac of this small historic town.

Aspley Guise 

The 4 bed house in Aspley Guise backs onto a golf course in this quiet little town.


Two unique properties providing 12 bedrooms in a rural location in Buckinghamshire, miles from the nearest town. Whilst it is ideal for anyone who wants peace and quiet and enjoy the countryside, it may not be suitable for everyone. There is an on-site mini-bus which will drop off for appointments and regular trips to town /shops as required, however; 

  • It is in an isolated location 
  • The nearest town can only be reached by car, bike or bus
  • it is not suitable for individuals with high support needs. 

As the project is so remote in order to achieve progression to independent living it is essential that residents commit to engagement with; 

  • Amicus Trust Key work, signposting and mental health services
  • volunteering and community engagement programs
  • That it is not suitable for those with high level needs

Amicus is in the process of launching a horticultural project on this site, which is available to the residents. 


A 5 bed house in a quaint street in the town of Wellingborough, close to amenities. 


The 5 bed house is located in the large town of Northampton, close to the town centre.