Free courses available in our customer training programme.
Have you tried our new online repairs reporting tool?
You can drop in to our UCAN centres for help with work, advice, help to find other services and much more.
We have a range of services to help you find a new home.
Our customers and staff at the Manchester Day parade.
There's lots going on in your area with our neighbourhood teams.
Blogger and photographer Len Grant is spending time at Breightmet UCAN centre.
Are you on Universal Credit?
If you are currently claiming Universal Credit please contact us to discuss your claim and the support we can provide.
If you're claiming Universal Credit and get a job you need to tell the DWP on the same day on 0345 600 0723. If you don't do this you will receive a sanction of £10 or more a day until you do inform them.
"Welcome to our new website which will let you know what we are doing, who to contact and keep you informed about events and activities in your area. We always try to listen to people who live on our estates and in our communities and encourage people to get involved. This can be through giving us feedback on our services or organising or participating in activities in your area. We hope the website encourages you to do this.
Bolton at Home, as the name suggests has a real focus on Bolton as a town and as a community. Most of our staff come from, live in or have strong links to the town. We hope this comes across in what we do. If you think we could do more let us know."
Jon Lord, Chief Executive
New debt and money advice line 01204 329 868
We now have a dedicated advice line for anyone who needs help with debt and money issues.
Get FREE and impartial debt and money advice.
A three-day event to tackle environmental issues on the Eldon Street estate in Tonge Moor is being staged this week.
Throughout September, we will be contacting a random sample of Bolton at Home customers to ask for their views. If you are chosen, one of our community researchers may knock at your door or you may be contacted by phone.
Bolton Council have told us that they’ll be closing the collection point to carry out urgent structural work.
It will close at 5.00pm on Friday, 5 September, 2014 and you will need to find an alternative way to pay your rent or any other charges.
Residents from different generations and walks of life have come together to celebrate the centenary of World War I.
Deborah Mills told us:
“I’ve downsized after living in my old house became too much for me. With three of my four children now grown-up and having left home, I was left to pay the bedroom tax on two spare bedrooms. So this is a perfect move. My new home is absolutely lovely and it’s really lifted my spirits.”