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Our directory lists details of the range of services and activities provided by our 550+ members, all of which are voluntary or community organisations based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing.
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We create brave, original theatre and bring plays to those who live in rural, isolated communities or where theatre is needed.
We encourage communities to engage with their environment and respect their surroundings when creating work and performing.
Registered care home providing safe and supported accomodation to men and women with long term and enduring mental health problems, providing a range of support services aimed at helping residents to become more independent.
Safe Space runs every Friday and Saturday night (11pm - 3.45 am) from St Pauls church, West Street. The project offers both medical & emotional support to anyone who feels vulnerable - through being injured, severely intoxicated, unable to get home etc.
Safety Net is a local registered charity working in partnership with children, young people, parent/carers, families, schools and communities to promote wellbeing and keep children safe. We use a Protective Behaviours approach to build safety awareness and strategies, prevent bullying, develop support networks, strengthen relationships and build resilience. We provide home visiting family support, a range of workshops and groups in schools and community venues for parents and children and young people, a home safety equipment scheme as well as a range of support and training to community groups and CYP workforce. Tel: 01273 411613
Provides housing and support to people who need support in order to live in the community.
Working with those in Sussex who have spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus to create and develop the best opportunities.
Seaside is the radio service to the patients and staff of Worthing and Southlands hospitals
Self Managed Learning College is sponsored by the Centre for Self Managed Learning. It provides educational support for young people, currently 10-16, especially those not attending school, including a learning