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The Worthing Podcast

In February 2017 Worthing Podcast's Patrick Woodward join us St Clare's Day Centre to produce an episode of his podcast about Turning Tides. Interviewing 3 clients, a 2 volunteers, our Day Centre Manger and... read more »

Our Unit, Stig of the Dump and the Wombles!

Our Unit, Stig of the Dump and the Wombles!

As a child I vividly remember reading Stig of the dump and watching the Wombles on TV. For those of you too young to remember, probably the majority of readers, Stig of the dump... read more »

Lets talk about mental health

Lets talk about mental health

What is mental health? Well, mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and... read more »

Rough Sleepers Count (Autumn 2016)

Towards the end of January 2017 the Department for Communities and Local Government released their report on rough sleeping for Autumn 2016. The statistics are compiled using... read more »

365 days of Homelessness

365 days of Homelessness

Over the Christmas period, here in the fundraising department we have been overwhelmed by the generosity of our community, in rallying behind the charity in order to ensure that our clients have an enjoyable... read more »

Meet John Holmstrom our CE

Meet John Holmstrom our CE

Recently I interviewed our Chief Executive John. I think it’s important that our supporters (and perhaps the staff) have a little more insight into a day in the life of our CE at Turning... read more »

Why Volunteer?

Why Volunteer?

The 2016 World Happiness Report revealed that social support and generosity are key determinants of national wellbeing and we like to think so too! In the UK 21 million people volunteer at least once a... read more »

Volunteering for Turning Tides

Volunteering for Turning Tides

This week at Turning Tides we are celebrating our volunteers. With over 200 volunteers working for us, our work would grind to a halt without the generous people that support us with their time... read more »