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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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Support for the over 50s to enhance self-esteem and facilitate job search and volunteering activities. Workshops, social events, education opportunities and information provided. Guest speakers from relevant organisations offer advice and support options.
The aims of the group are to organise a local community arts event, called Worthing Artists Open Houses, on an annual basis at least once a year and usually to be held during the months of June/July.
WCHP helps over 1,000 people each year. Our vision for the Worthing and surrounding area is a community where no local person needs to sleep out and everyone has the opportunity to fulfill their potential.
Worthing Community Chest awards grants of up to £1,500 to non profit groups in the borough.
Worthing Counselling Centre (formerly Offington Counselling Service) provides safe and sound support in Worthing and beyond. Established for 33 years and BACP accredited, we have team of 20 counsellors. As a charity, we aim to provide counselling as widely as possible.
Worthing Rethink is an education and support group for people who look after friends or family who experience mental health issues.
To help young people, especially but not exclusively through leisure-time activities, so as to develop their capabilities that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society, and that their conditions of life may be improved.