Turning Tides - Short Term Assessment Hostel
St Clare's Community Hub
6-8 Marine Place
Who is the project for?
Who do we help?
Single homeless or insecurely housed people, including those with multiple and complex needs (e.g. ex-offenders, people with drug, alcohol and mental health problems). Priority given to those with a local connection to Worthing area.
Who we cannot help
No automatic exclusions.
- Minimum age accepted: 18
- Maximum age accepted: None
How to get a referral
Accept referrals via St Clare's Community Hub only.
All referrals via St Clare's Community Hub.
Length of stay
- Minimum stay: 1 night
- Maximum stay: 1 year
Support and accommodation
24-hour cover with waking staff available. A holistic approach is used- residents work in partnership with their key worker, the whole staff team and local agencies on a personalised route out of homelessness. The service adopts the harm minimisation approach in regards to alcohol and substances. Counselling and specialist roles within the organisation can offer specific interventions.
Rooms and charges
£30.17pw required from residents in receipt of benefits.
- Total spaces: 34
- Furnishings: Rooms- fully furnished, with washbasins. Studio-flats- fully furnished, with own shower room and kitchenette.
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- Disabled facilities: 1 disabled-friendly studio-flat.
- Other facilities: Lounge, dining room, garden, laundry, shower rooms.
Rules and policies
House rules and tenure
No alcohol on premises. Smoking in designated area only. Must hand in prescribed medication to staff. Licence agreement, abstinence/ behavioural agreement.
Worthing Central train station - 15 minutes walk.
Is this page accurate?
If you work for Turning Tides - Short Term Assessment Hostel and would like to tell us about any of this information that needs updating please email the Homeless Link Information team. Please note this email address does not contact the service listed above so do not use it if you are looking for help or advice.