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Every year, NACCOM asks its members who offer accommodation provision as part of their services to participate in our Annual Survey. The information we receive from members helps us to create a body of data detailing the number, needs and experiences of people accommodated through member services […]


This month across the network, Nottingham Arimathea Trust, Sanctuary Hosting in Oxford, St Augustine’s in Halifax and Refugees at Home in London are all recruiting. NACCOM also has a vacancy. If you are a NACCOM member and have a job to advertise, please get in touch. NACCOM […]


NACCOM, CRISIS and the Homes for Cathy group of Housing Associations are hosting a conference looking at Ending Migrant Homelessness. This one-day event will bring together Housing Associations, charities and other accommodation providers to share ideas and find solutions for expanding accommodation provision, specifically for people experiencing […]


NACCOM founder and Network Development Worker Dave Smith is retiring from the charity, 13 years after he started the network as an informal coalition of projects in 2006. NACCOM now has a network of 110 member projects all across the UK, which last year accommodated 3,211 people […]


The Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration is calling for evidence on the Home Office’s use of sanctions and penalties. The inspection will look at a wide range of sanctions and penalties, including those administered directly by the Home Office and those administered on their behalf/under […]


NACCOM is the UK-wide
No Accommodation Network

We represent a network of organisations seeking to prevent destitution amongst migrants with no recourse to public funds.

Member organisations provide accommodation and support to asylum seekers, refugees and other vulnerable migrants, and we provide resources and support for our members.

We also promote understanding about destitution through awareness-raising activities and seek to extend the network to ensure no-one is left destitute and homeless in the UK.


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