A charity established by men committed to positive social change through personal development and community building. The organisation was born out of concern at the continuing escalation of self-destructive and anti-social behaviour among young men from every section of society, together with the realisation that any meaningful and sustainable solution entails the reclamation of shared local responsibility. We work in partnership with community leaders, local authorities, educationalists, health professionals and all service providers who are seeking an effective way to engage and marshal the energy of male youth.
BHT’s Access to Work project supports people to get ready for work. It includes a valuable opportunity to gain experience working with a business. The project works with people who live in supported accommodation or who receive a floating support service who are motivated to increase their employability skills.
BHT’s Accommodation for Work project aims to help homeless people off the streets and into employment and independent accommodation. Working with people who feel they are ready to make a positive change and move their lives forward, the project offers temporary shared accommodation and support with work and learning.
Life saving support for the homeless. Outreach teams are on the streets in the evenings seeking to meet the basic needs of those who are homeless and sleeping rough. Drop in centre 4 days a week providing specific care, including help with housing, benefits and addiction issues.
Big Fig deliver exceptional catering whilst also creating positive social outcomes. Profit is reinvested to teach people with barriers to work to cook healthy food, learn skills, gain qualifications and get into a career in catering.
If you're young and worried you might be homeless - the Centrepoint Helpline is here for you. We offer advice to anyone in England aged 16-25. We also offer advice to people worried about a young person they know. Call us free on 0808 800 0661 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm) or contact us online and we'll get back to you.
The only drop-in service providing all-round information, advice and support (including crisis support) to homeless young people (aged 16-25) in Brighton & Hove. Our centre in Wedlock House is open 6 days a week.
Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. We are dedicated to ending homelessness. We offer classes, training, help and advice with applying for jobs and much more in our Skylight centres. Nearest Centre to Brighton is Croydon.
Local passionate people providing food, practical and spiritual support, where feasible, to the homeless and needy in Brighton and the surrounding area. Crossover Brighton run a charity shop / community centre on London Road.
First Base offers a range of services to support people who are sleeping rough or insecurely housed in the city, to get off the streets, start realising their aspirations through work, learning and leisure and find a place they can call home.
Friends Centre is the only dedicated adult and community learning centre in Brighton & Hove that provides quality learning programmes for adults to develop their knowledge, skills understanding and creativity in a supportive environment.
Brighton and Hove Young Peoples Outreach service is a floating support service that helps 16-25 year olds who have become homeless and have been given independent accommodation through the council or through children services. Referral required.
A drop-in to help those under 26 seeking employment, education or training opportunities. We offer practical support as well as a listening ear and general advice. In2work partners with Bloom on Mondays and Tuesdays at One Church. Bloom is operated by one of our barista apprenticeship graduates, for an open-ended coffee time for people who are interested in doing barista training.
Money Advice Plus is a registered charity (Money Advice & Community Support Service) based in Brighton & Hove, helping and supporting people experiencing difficulty managing their money or financial affairs. Alongside our face-to-face work with clients in Sussex, we also run a national telephone-based advice service, based in Eastbourne.
Our project isn’t just about gardening. It plays an important part of the social glue that binds communities together, with all types of people, young and old, pupils having problems at school, people with learning difficulties working together in a safe, pleasant and genuinely inclusive environment. We offer horticultural, carpentry, woodland management, cooking, educational and social opportunities to Everyone.
A free full-time intensive 12 week course for young people aged 16-25, which enables you to develop your communication, leadership and teamwork skills through projects in the community. You'll build your confidence and motivation, gain work experience, and have the chance to achieve nationally-recognised qualifications while making a real difference in the community.
BHT’s Whitehawk Inn is a friendly community centre providing a range of courses, services and support. Our services are focused on the needs of those living in Whitehawk and East Brighton but we welcome everyone into the centre.
The Youth Advice Centre offers advice, support and guidance to young people in Brighton and Hove. YAC workers are able to offer expertise in a wide range of areas. Our aim is to provide young people in the local area with a safe and friendly environment where they can access helpful advice and support. We are the first place to go for housing advice for anyone under 26 years old who is homeless or threatened with homelessness. We also offer a family support and mediation service and a support and advice service providing sexual health advice and services, emotional and wellbeing support and benefits and money advice.