Ebony Housing Association was set up in 1989 with the specific aim of providing housing and support services to young single homeless black women, and those fleeing from violence. In responding to the growing housing needs within the area, in 2010 we expanded our remit and widened our client group to include all those who are assessed by the local authority as being in priority housing need. We fight homelessness and social hardship. We also empower people to fulfil their potential and transform their lives. Ebony Housing association aims to provide good quality social housing and support services to all client groups who are assessed by the council as being in priority housing need within the London area.