Our residential projects house 170+ people and on average we support hundreds of people at our Community Hubs in Worthing, Littlehampton and Horsham. The provision of this service as well as the up keep of our properties, costs in excess of £2.4 million annually. If you can help in any way, any financial contributions would be very gratefully received.


Today Turning Tides helps over 1,700 people each year providing a range of services including a Community Hub and Accommodation Projects. Any one night there are up to 58 people in our accommodation services. We work with them on a one to one basis to enable them to live independently once again.


From 1st October 2018 Worthing Churches Homeless Projects will be known as Turning Tides.

Getting Help

If you are experiencing or in danger of becoming homeless visit our nearest community hub.

Worthing Community Hub

St Clare’s Community Hub, 6-8 Marine Place, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 3DN

Mon: 9am – 12pm
Tues: 9am – 10.30am
Weds: 9am – 10.45am
Thurs: 9am – 10.45am
Fri: 9am – 10.30am & 12pm – 2pm
Saturday 9:00 – 11:00
Sunday Closed

Phone: 01903 680745

Worthing Hub Location

Littlehampton Community Hub

United Reform Church, 1 High Street, Littlehampton, BN17 5EG

Open: Monday to Friday, 9am – 10.30am

Phone: 01903 723185

Littlehampton Hub Location

Horsham Community Hub

The Salvation Army, Depot Rd, Horsham, RH13 5PZ

Open: Mondays 9am-12noon

Phone: 07736 268902

Horsham Drop In Location

Latest News

Night shelters

Worthing Night Shelter Worthing based night shelters will be open from 5th November 2018 to 17th...

Christmas 2018

Christmas 2018

How can you help this Christmas? There are so many ways you can help local rough sleeping and...

Consultation Response to WSCC

Consultation Response to WSCC

Turning Tides have completed a response document to the proposed cuts to Housing Related Support funding and...

Lyndhurst Road Update

Lyndhurst Road Update

Turning Tides acknowledge there have been some settling in issues with the new temporary accommodation for homeless...

I wanted to start my own business. I was sick of working at an estate agents, the atmosphere was horrible. I was being bullied by a senior member of staff, after arranging a complaints meeting with our department I got him to admit to carrying out every single part of the definition of bullying in the oxford dictionary. I even put a copy of the definition on his desk- his face went slightly pale. I quit the next time it happened...

Latest Twitter Updates

Amazing events you cannot miss! Show your support by coming along to any or all of these! Interested? Contact fundr… (5 hours ago)

THANK YOU EVERYONE! Woolly Hat Day was a great success. #endinglocalhomelessness (18 Feb , 2019)

It can happen to anyone #endinglocalhomelessness (18 Feb , 2019)

Wonderful staff and volunteers from St Clare's Community Hub! #woollyhatday2019 #endinglocalhomelessness (15 Feb , 2019)

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Sion School are wearing their hats - are you? Consideration in the community. #woollyhatday2019 (15 Feb , 2019)

RT @SionSchool: Some great woolly hats today in aid of @TurningTidesOrg, raising money and awareness for the homeless in #Worthing. #Consid… (15 Feb , 2019)

TODAY IS THE DAY!!!! Wear and Share! #WOOLLYHATDAY2019 (15 Feb , 2019)

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