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If you choose to tackle your housing issues, a health coach can support you to decide what options you'd like to pursue.
Sign up here for some FREE sessions with a health coach
It doesn't matter if you don't know what you want or what could help you; a health coach will discuss your situation with you and help you decide what's important for you.
Whether you decide to be supported by a health coach at this stage or not, you will find plenty of suggestions in the links below to help you.
'STEPS to stay independent' provides a free and improved short term support service to help you to stay living independently.
'STEPS to stay independent' provides a service to:
Rent in advance and deposit interest free loan scheme for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness and who are seeking private rented accommodation. Applicants must have little or no savings and must first register with Lewes District Council.
Urgent advice may prevent you from losing your home and becoming homeless. We always try to prevent or resolve homelessness.
Losing your home because of domestic abuse can impact on all aspects of your life. We can help people who are suffering from domestic abuse by offering support and in some cases emergency housing.
Home Works is for you if you are aged 16 to 64 (a single person, a couple or a family), homeless or at risk of losing of your home, and need support to live independently. It is a free service which provides flexible and tailored support to prevent homelessness. We work with you to help you keep or access safe and affordable housing that you can call home.
Domestic violence is any threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between adults who are or have been in a relationship, or between family members. The violence can be psychological, physical, sexual or emotional.
Citizens Advice Bureaux (CAB) are staffed by dedicated teams and are open to serve all local people who require advice on housing, financial issues, disputes, benefit entitlements, grants, council tax, trading standards and a range of other issues you may encounter.
Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that one day, no one will have to turn to us for help.
It is accepted that the best place for young people is with their families, but if we feel you are homeless we will pass you on for a formal assessment of your needs. There are a number of different services which we can give you access to.
If you’ve left home and have nowhere to live, it can be a frightening time. Whatever your situation is, you can get help from the Youth Support Team at East Sussex County Council.
Whether it's moving in with family, renting, or sheltered housing, there are lots of different options. Find out which one is right for you.
Anchor Healthcare Centre, Meridian Way
Peacehaven BN10 8NF
The telephone line is open from 08.30 to 12:00 and 14:30 to 18:00.
Telephone lines open at 8:30am
17 Rowe Avenue
Peacehaven BN10 7PE
Telephone lines open at 8:00am
Newhaven BN9 9PW
Sainsbury's, Newhaven Harbour, The Drove, Newhaven BN9 0AG
Monday to Friday: 7am-11pm, Saturday: 7am-10pm, Sunday: 10am-4pm
23-25 High Street
Newhaven BN9 9PD
Monday to Saturday: 9am-5:30pm Sunday: Closed
27 High Street
Newhaven BN9 9PD
Monday to Friday: 9:00am-5:30pm Saturday: 9am-5pm Sunday: Closed
43 Chapel Street
Newhaven BN9 9QD
Monday to Friday: 9am-6:30pm, Saturday: 9am-12pm, Sunday: Closed
Peacehaven: 241 South Coast Road
Peacehaven BN10 8LD
Monday to Friday: 9am-8pm, Saturday: 9am-1pm, Sunday: Closed
Telscombe Cliffs: 1-2 Dana Lodge
Central Avenue Telscombe Cliffs BN10 7LX
Monday to Friday: 9am-6pm, Saturday: 9am-1pm, Sunday: Closed
Anchor Health Centre, Meridian Way,
Peacehaven BN10 8NF
Monday - Friday: 8:30am-7:30pm Saturday: 9am-1pm Sunday: 11am-2pm
Accident and Emergency departments are for critical or life-saving situations. The NHS in Newhaven and Peacehaven have published a booklet that you can download here: Don’t just go to A&E and which contains all the information you need to know on when to go to A&E and when to use the other options available to you.