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Horsham Services

Horsham Drop Ins

If you are homeless, a single adult with no dependents and staying/ been living anywhere within the Horsham area - support is available. The Drop In is open on Mondays at the Salvation Army and on Fridays at St Andrews Church, for single people, who are homeless, staying in unsuitable accommodation or feeling vulnerable in their accommodation. Providing rough sleepers support to meet their basic needs such as clothing and food. It also provides a space for other support services to engage with clients.

Monday Drop Ins:

Address: Salvation Army, Booth Way, Depot Road, RH13 5PZ  MAP
Opening Times: Mondays, 9am - Midday
Phone: 07736 268902 text or phone
Email: horsham@turning-tides.org.uk

Friday Drop Ins:

Address: St Andrews Church, Crawley Road, Roffey, Horsham, RH12 4DX  MAP
Opening Times: Fridays, 9am - Midday
Phone: 07736 268902 text or phone
Email: horsham@turning-tides.org.uk

Horsham Outreach

The Horsham Outreach Team, in partnership with other local providers.

  • Can refer single homeless individuals to access the Horsham Winter Night Shelters. 
  • Can provide ongoing support to move on to more sustainable accommodation and builds relationships with vital services that help pave the way to opportunities.
  • Work with a variety of providers to help create wrap-around support to entrenched rough sleepers or/and those who have complex needs.

Horsham Night Shelter

Working in partnership with local agencies, the Horsham Outreach Team assesses and assists the homeless to access the Horsham winter night shelters, gives ongoing support for clients to move on to sustainable accommodation and builds relationships with vital services that help pave the way to opportunities for homeless and insecurely housed men and women.

Turning Tides are working with the council to identify what services may be needed to help the homeless and insecurely housed in Horsham. We will then develop a plan, working in conjunction with the council and other agencies to ensure the delivery of these services.

To access the Horsham Night Shelter they must be referred through the Horsham Outreach Worker on: horshamnightshelter@turning-tides.org.uk
Referral deadline is 2pm. To be admitted to the Shelter that evening clients must ensure they make contact promptly.

Recovery Houses

The Recovery Houses in Horsham provide safe, drug and alcohol free supported accommodation for up to two years for people in early recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Turning Tides has taken on a contract to manage two Recovery Houses in Horsham that will provide additional supported accommodation for clients in Recovery. The Recovery Project are working with ANA Works, part of ANA Treatment Centres to deliver this housing and meet the need in the Horsham area.

The service provides safe, drug and alcohol free supported accommodation for up to two years for people in early recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

Residents are supported to:

  • Live drug and alcohol free lifestyles.
  • Maintain their living environment and take pride in it
  • Self fund all utilities and bills with residents receiving support to get used to navigating the benefits system, plan, budget and pay bills.
  • Eat well with regard and due respect for their own health and nutrition
  • Engage in part time employment/voluntary work and engage in back to work support
  • Study an accredited course at a college or university
  • Attend AA/NA/CA/SMART or similar mutual aid meetings more than twice a week
  • Positively seek out support from peers and staff where there is an existing bond of trust or they have received one to one counselling.
  • The service also refers to other agencies in Horsham forming recovery network, based on presenting client need
  • Engage with support workers on site for house and one to one reviews

Turning Tides’s Post Treatment Accommodation Support Worker, has been working hard in Horsham to deliver this service and work alongside ANA Works to provide support for people in recovery living in the new Recovery Houses. The teams work together to place people in the accommodation so they can thrive and have the best chance to really succeed in long term recovery.