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Our directory lists details of the range of services and activities provided by our 560+ members, all of which are voluntary or community organisations based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing.
You can search the directory using an organisation’s name, or search by area, type of service, or client group. This directory can be updated, so if you spot any errors, get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01273 234023, and we’ll do our best to update it.
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If you’re from a voluntary or community organisation based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing, you can apply to join us as a member. There are lots of benefits to being a member, including discounted and prioritised access to our services. Once your application has been approved your details will also appear in this directory.
Worthing Counselling Centre (formerly Offington Counselling Service) provides safe and sound support in Worthing and beyond. Established for 33 years and BACP accredited, we have team of 20 counsellors. As a charity, we aim to provide counselling as widely as possible.
We are a football team for adults with additional needs including mental and physical health issues
Housing association, community support, resource centre, careline service. Registered charity.
Worthing Rethink is an education and support group for people who look after friends or family who experience mental health issues.
The group plans, organises and delivers the annual Worthing Rotary Carnival on August Bank Holiday, where various local charities attend to raise funds to support community organisations
Samaritans provide 24/7 confidential, emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress & despair. The service is mostly delivered by telephone, but also callers are seen face-to-face in the branch or people contact by email & text
Providing table tennis coaching to the whole community of Worthing. The club will make special provision for disability sports as well as making sporting opportunities available to the most disadvantaged members of the local community.
To help young people, especially but not exclusively through leisure-time activities, so as to develop their capabilities that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society, and that their conditions of life may be improved.