Community Hubs

Our Hubs connect clients with the support they need to begin their journey out of homelessness.

Turning Tides operate Community Hubs in Worthing and Littlehampton. The Hubs provide the first point of contact for adults who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Practical support, information and advice are available as well as access to food, clothing and washing facilities. Specialist staff and other local services covering housing options, physical and mental health, employment, money management and substance misuse can be accessed throughout the week. Community Inclusion staff also run various groups, workshops and activities to increase motivation, resilience and wellbeing.

Community Hubs
Worthing Community Hub

Worthing Community Hub

Address: 6-8 Marine Place, Worthing, BN11 3DN
Open: Monday to Friday, 9am – 4pm
Phone: 01903 680745
Map: St Clare’s Community Hub location

Littlehampton Community Hub

Littlehampton Community Hub

Address: Littlehampton United Reformed Church, 1 High Street, BN17 5EG (access via St Martin’s Car Park)
Open: Monday to Friday, 9am – 11am
Phone: 01903 680740 Ext: 239
Map: Littlehampton Community Hub location

Paul's Story

Paul’s journey out of homelessness

I was in very great distress and I needed help urgently.

I visited St Clare’s – Worthing Community Hub, every day for around six weeks. I was given a lot of practical support – hot showers, hot breakfasts and clean clothes – things that kept me going.

What stands out the most for me, is the kind assistance and care I received …. a true understanding of what I was actually going through as a human being.

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Other ways to get help

If you, or someone you know, is at risk of or has become homeless, please visit our help section to find out other local sources of advice and support.

You can find lots of useful local services who can provide practical information and advice on a range of matters such as housing, benefits, money management, mental wellbeing and much more.

You can find the contact details of your local council and the Frequently Asked Questions will signpost you to other sources of support.