Littlehampton Community Hub

Address: Littlehampton United Reformed Church, 1 High Street, Littlehampton, BN17 5EG (access via St Martin’s Car Park)
Opening Times: Monday, 9am – 10:30am, Tuesday to Friday, 9am – 11am
Phone: 01903 680740 Ext: 239
Email: littlehampton@turning-tides.org.uk
Map: Littlehampton Community Hub location

Our new Community Hub is open – providing support and advice for any single adult experiencing homelessness.

We provide the following at our Littlehampton hub:

  • Hot breakfast, hot drinks, toast, cereal etc
  • Access to showers
  • Access to washing and drying facilities
  • Emergency food provision
  • Access to clean clothes
  • Advice and support for any single adult experiencing homelessness – whether rough sleeping, sofa surfing, or in emergency/temporary accommodation
  • Wellbeing check ins and support over the phone
  • Outreach support to rough sleepers in the Arun District, in partnership with Arun District Council and Stonepillow

We are in the process of developing groups, skills & wellbeing workshops, as well as afternoon drop ins for anyone that may be experiencing issues with their current tenancy.

*PLEASE NOTE: there are current capacity restrictions in place to ensure we adhere to government guidelines and social distancing measures to keep everyone safe.
Opening days and times are subject to change in line with new government guidelines.

Monday9am - 4pm
Tuesday9am - 4pm
Wednesday9am - 4pm
Thursday9am - 4pm
Friday9am - 4pm
Saturday9am - 11am
SundayClosed
Littlehampton Community Hub
Monday9am - 10:30am
Tuesday9am - 11am
Wednesday9am - 11am
Thursday9am - 11am
Friday9am - 11am
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed
Paul's Story

My Life – Paul

During the Christmas period, I visited St Clare’s – Worthing Community Hub, every day for around six weeks.

Being homeless feels all the more distressing over Christmas as it should be a time for family. I was given a lot of practical support – hot showers, hot breakfasts and clean clothes – things that kept me going.

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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.

There is a Frequently Asked Questions section which contains a lot 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.

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