The pilot project is realized in three regions of the Czech Republic – Moravian Silesian Region, Olomouc Region and Pardubice Region, where it will support at least 45 households in total. The aim is to improve housing and job situation of socially excluded persons. The pilot is based on the concept of help to move the households living in unfavourable housing (legal/illegal hostels, shelters, poor quality housing etc.) to standard housing for affordable price and to help them manage their financial situation by getting employment or other type of legal job. Persons selected for the project will be actively cooperating with the organisation. The project ensures individualized case handling by two social workers in each region, who support final beneficiaries through three project phases: selection and preparation of end beneficiaries; support through entering into standard housing and formal employment; and continued accompanying social work once clients’ employment and housing situation is stabilized. Apartments for clients will be rented mostly from the private market, for that reason Romodrom aims to establish Social Rental Agency. As the target group of the pilot project is high risk, ensuring adequate work income can be arduously difficult, even once housing is stabilized. Therefore, the organisation will ensure intensive support in finding potential threats to employment, and overcoming them through individualized training, support and accompaniment. Field workers will maintain very close and intensive cooperation with clients, and they will pay particular attention to the stability of the beneficiary’s situation.