Despite Covid-19, all of our services  continue, with adjustments to keep everyone safe. In the year to 31st March 2022:

We supported 9,702 clients and tenants

1,777 cases of homelessness were prevented.

Our Impact

In our housing and supported accommodation services, we accommodated:

518

households and individuals across Sussex in our community housing

159

people in our specialist mental health services

82

people in our addiction services

people under 25 in our Hastings Young People’s Service
people under 25 in our homeless hostels and other residential services
people in our high support hostel for single homeless people with complex support needs

First Base Day Centre

578

people were supported by First Base Day Centre

295

people were helped to move away from rough sleeping

12

partner agencies worked out of First Base to provide 663 support sessions

Advice Services

2,677

people received advice and legal representation from our centres in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings

£4,696,502

was raised in income by our welfare benefits advisers for 581 clients

Mental Health and Wellbeing Services

849

people received mental health support from our Be OK and Pathfinder services

95%

of people accessing these services received support within six weeks of initial contact

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