What we do
Turning Tides provides a variety of services many of which are accessed through contact at St Clare's Community Hub.
Today we support over 1100 people each year providing a range of services including a Community Hub and 4 Accommodation Projects. Any one night there are up to 59 people in our accommodation services. We work with them on a one to one basis to enable them to live independently once again.
We believe that everyone has the right to a home, regardless of the difficulties and issues they may face in their lives. We believe in showing those who need our help that the wider community is there to support them and to offer hope for a better future. We work with some of the most vulnerable and excluded individuals in Worthing.
The work undertaken by us is crucial; people who live in our accommodation receive the specialist support they need to ensure their recovery. We empower homeless or insecurely housed individuals to achieve sustainable independent living.
Please follow the links below for details on all our projects.
Address: St Clare's Community Hub, 6-8 Marine Place, Worthing. BN11 3DN. Telephone: 01903 680745 St Clare’s Community Hub is where Turning Tides's specialist roles are based, as well as being a host to a number of local initiatives working to reduce rough sleeping, wider homelessness and vulnerability within our area. over 1000 people a year are given practical or... read more»
Byron Road Hostel Taking stock and making changes to secure a healthy future Address: 5 Byron Road, Worthing, BN11 3HN Telephone: 01903 680747 A 15 bed complex and enduring needs service of high support accommodation. All residents have their own room. There are 2 distinct environments within the service. The main... read more»
Address: Delaney House, 14-16 Selden Road, Worthing. BN11 2LL. Telephone: 01903 680744 The Recovery Project is a 25 bed residential drug and alcohol service for single homeless adults with drug and/or alcohol addictions. The project is registered with the Care Quality Commission and staffed 24 hrs a day with a minimum of two staff on duty at any given time, providing intensive... read more»
The overall aim of our Move On Housing is to work with clients to develop a support plan, to ensure that they use the opportunity of this step down accommodation to progress towards long term, independent living. We have a range of accommodation and tenures: 3 medium support houses providing a range of shared facilities... read more»
We are delighted to announce the opening of a new addition to our projects; a 37 bed temporary accommodation hub on Lyndhurst Rd. It is our hope that this will go some way to reducing the increasing number of rough sleepers on the streets of Worthing. There is a serious shortage of housing for single... read more»
As a support to our clients once they leave our residential accommodation, we run an Outreach Cafe every Monday afternoon at Storm House. People can pop along here to talk to a member of staff or meet with friends for a game of cards or a chat. It is part of helping them form... read more»
Littlehampton Community Hub Address: Littlehampton United Church, in the High Street. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Littlehampton Community Hub provides a vital service to those that are homeless, vulnerably housed and on a low income in the Littlehampton area. We provide a number of services that work with some of the most entrenched and vulnerable people in the local area, including... read more»
Recovery Houses The Recovery Houses in Horsham provide safe, drug and alcohol free supported accommodation for up to two years for people in early recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Turning Tides has taken on a contract to manage two Recovery Houses in Horsham that will provide additional supported accommodation for clients in Recovery. The... read more»
What is the Local Assistance Network? The Local Assistance Network (LAN) provides short-term, practical aid, such as food or furniture, to people in a crisis. It is provided by West Sussex County Council with supporting organisations delivering the service. The LAN helps people who have no other way of getting assistance. It is open to those who: Are on benefits or a low income Are facing an unforeseen emergency that puts them or their family at risk ... read more»