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New service - I.T Junction

New service - I.T Junction

We are very excited to be welcoming the I.T. Junction to St Clare’s Community Hub every Tuesday at 2:00pm - 4:00pm. The I.T. Junction offers free IT support to not only our clients, but also members of the public. Across Adur & Worthing, the I.T. Junction offers a service where anyone... read more »

St Clare's Community Hub 6 Day Opening

Over the past year Turning Tides have increased their commitment to work with clients who present with more complex needs. To enable us to continue to do this whilst also maintaining a duty of care to our clients, staff and volunteers, it has been decided that we need to... 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 year, contributing a whopping £24bn to the economy. Not only that but, the Royal Voluntary... read more »

Why should we help the homeless?

Why should we help the homeless?

In the last six months Turning Tides have worked with more than 500 people. That is a staggering number of people using our Day Centre, our Outreach service and our hostels. These are people who are either homeless, insecurely housed, temporarily housed, concerned about becoming homeless or in financial... read more »

Worthing PSPO's

On 19 April, Worthing Borough Council Full Meeting will vote on whether or not Public Space Protection orders should be implemented in our area.  As an organisation Turning Tides informed the council of our concerns regarding the possible introduction of PSPO’s before the Joint Strategic Committee vote took place... read more »

Lack of social housing and the importance of accessing private rented accommodation

Lack of social housing and the importance of accessing private rented accommodation

Twenty years ago, before I was in a position to buy a property I was on the council housing register, I remember being told then that the chances of me securing accommodation from my local council was very slim.  Today the situation is even worse; this is not just... read more »

I Am Homeless, What Shall I Do?

I Am Homeless, What Shall I Do?

No one should have to be in this position but unfortunately more and more people are becoming homeless and having to spend the night on the street. Luckily, there are lots of organisations and information out there to help but this can be overwhelming and pose the question of:... read more »