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Lyndhurst Road Update

Lyndhurst Road Update

Turning Tides acknowledge there have been some settling in issues with the new temporary accommodation for homeless men and women in Lyndhurst Road, Worthing. Turning Tides have been and will continue to work closely with councillors and local residents in the neighbourhood to listen to issues raised with a... read more »

A word from our Chief Executive - Spring 2018

A word from our Chief Executive - Spring 2018

One of the things that has moved me recently when talking to various church congregations about the work of our charity is meeting people who were involved at the start in the 90’s. I feel in awe of the pioneering spirit of the first Christians in Worthing who cared... read more »

New service - I.T Junction

New service - I.T Junction

We are very excited to be welcoming the I.T. Junction to St Clare’s Community Hub every Tuesday at 2:00pm - 4:00pm. The I.T. Junction offers free IT support to not only our clients, but also members of the public. Across Adur & Worthing, the I.T. Junction offers a service where anyone... read more »

St Clare's Community Hub 6 Day Opening

Over the past year Turning Tides have increased their commitment to work with clients who present with more complex needs. To enable us to continue to do this whilst also maintaining a duty of care to our clients, staff and volunteers, it has been decided that we need to... read more »

Donations Wish List

Donations Wish List

KITCHENWARE Crockery Cutlery including tea spoons read more »

Why We Need Donations

Why We Need Donations

Turning Tides need your help! We are in need of good quality donations for not only our charity shops but for our Local Assistance Network (LAN). The LAN is a community wide service providing immediate short term aid to help prevent a crisis. It is funded through West Sussex... read more »

A Day in the Life of a… Substance Misuse Worker

A Day in the Life of a… Substance Misuse Worker

Martin Shanahan is the Residential Substance Misuse Senior Practitioner for the Recovery Project at Turning Tides. Martin has worked for the charity for 10 years and Abi Harley recently caught up with him to have a chat about his work at Turning Tides. “I initially fell into this kind of... read more »

What is it like at St Clare's Day Centre?

For many people using the services of Turning Tides, St Clare’s Day Centre is their first point of contact with the charity. So what can a new visitor expect?   Well, first they have to pluck up the courage to knock on the door. This might be a snap decision... read more »

ReRide

Turning Tides have recently undergone a restructure of their retail arm. As part of that restructure, the charity hoped to retain its ReRide bike project as a Social Enterprise. Avenues were explored as to how to achieve this but it became apparent the costs were too high for the... read more »

Annexe to The Short Term Assessment Hostel

Annexe to The Short Term Assessment Hostel

On Friday 29th April, Turning Tides were pleased to have their grand opening of the new Annexe of 6 studio flats recently built as an extension to the Short Term Assessment Hostel. The charity will be able to work with homeless men and women with more complex needs and... read more »