Crisis are the national charity for homeless people. They help people directly out of homelessness and campaign for the changes needed to solve it altogether.
Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through their advice, support and legal services. They campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to them for help.
The Big Issue Foundation supports vendors to achieve financial stability through their magazine sales whilst helping them to overcome social exclusions that have previously held them back. They achieve this through a model of Service Brokerage.
Centrepoint provides housing and support for young people in London, Manchester, Yorkshire and the North East and through partnerships all over the UK. They aim to give homeless young people a future and want to end youth homelessness.
Depaul UK focuses on young people in crisis and beyond. They support young people by offering a safe place to stay in a crisis, helping them to take the step from homelessness into stable housing, and providing specialist long-term support to help get lives back on track.
For nearly 50 years, St Mungo’s has been at the forefront of efforts to tackle homelessness. Each night 17 outreach teams go out to help people sleeping rough to move away from the streets, and provide a bed and support to over 2,800 people. They work to prevent homelessness and support people at every step of their recovery from homelessness.
At Emmaus they are working together to end homelessness. Emmaus is a homelessness charity with a difference. They don’t just give people a bed for the night; they offer a home, meaningful work and a sense of belonging.
Homeless Link are the national membership charity for organisations working directly with people who become homeless in England. They work to make services better and campaign for policy change that will help end homelessness.
Streetlink exists to help end rough sleeping by enabling members of the public to connect people sleeping rough with the local services that can support them.
Chichester Care Line was launched in 1985, Chichester Careline has given comfort, support and advice to over 1,000,000 vulnerable people and saved thousands of lives.
Stone Pillow – St Josephs, Hunston is approximately a 20 minute walk from Chichester city centre and is served by bus numbers 51 and 60 from the Chichester Bus station. A referral must be made before a person can be accepted there.
The Old Glassworks, (Stone Pillow day centre, in St Cyriacs), is open Monday to Friday 7:45am to 2pm.
The Bognor Housing Trust support clients with 1:1 and workshop support, key workers, housing in flatlets and have various properties in Bognor Regis.