In the year to 31st March 2019

7,853 clients and tenants used the services offered by the Trust or were accommodated in the homes we provide.

We prevented 949 people from becoming homeless

Our Impact

In our housing and supported accommodation services, we accommodated:

515

households and individuals in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings in our community housing

135

people in our specialist mental health services

99

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

Rough Sleepers

15,740

visits were made to First Base Day Centre's early morning rough sleepers sessions.

1,292

clients across our services were rough sleepers, sofa surfing, staying with friends, living in cars or caravans, or in other short-term temporary accommodation

Advice Services and Whitehawk Inn

1142

people used the range of services provided by or from the Whitehawk Inn

4,210

men and women received advice and legal representation from our advice centres in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings.

First Base Day Centre

1,014

people made use of the services provided at First Base Day Centre

398

people received one-to-one case work support

174

people were prevented from becoming homeless

Mental Health and Wellbeing Services

450

people benefited from our Mental Health and Wellbeing Services

94

women attended the women-only groups provided by Threshold and 112 people attended psychosocial wellbeing groups and workshops

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