Historically, many vulnerable people we work with have been unnecessarily placed in residential care facilities, hospitals and or have remained in family homes where relatives may have struggled to cope due to a lack of bespoke available housing and support options. Traditionally, vulnerable people have often had choices made on their behalf or for their best interest. However, with the publication of The Governments ‘Valuing People Now’ paper (2009) that stated all people with learning disability have the right to lead their lives like any others, with the same opportunities and responsibilities, with the right support to make this possible and to be treated with the same dignity and respect. Numerous organisations have established a supported living ‘arm’ of their organisations. This allows for the provision of care, support and supervision for vulnerable people in their own home. Whilst this can work well, it can create confusion between personal support and intensive housing management related support. Wessmaps Housing Trust delivers intensive housing management related support independently of personal support via our housing officer team. This ensures Wessmaps Housing Trust tenants remain in a secure tenancy even if there are changes in the circumstance of their personal care, support and supervision. With Wessmaps intensive housing management support services the tenants home will not be at risk. Moreover, the Care Quality commission (CQC) is keen to ensure vulnerable individuals are adequately supported in their own home to fulfill the guidelines outlined in The Care Act 2014. We feel that an intensive housing management support service, consulting the service user, their relatives (where appropriate), the expertise of personal care, support and supervision providers combined with specialist knowledge and experience of a supported housing provider such as Wessmaps Housing Trust, creates an entirely bespoke package of care, support and supervision for a vulnerable person that places the individual at the heart of the process, whilst providing a complete service that enables vulnerable people to live independently within the community.