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Women in Prison

Providing support and advice in prison, through-the-gate on the day of release, and continued support in the community

Advice and Information

Oasis Community Project

Activities and micro projects to people of all ages

Groups and Clubs

Think Jessica

Making people aware of the danger and financial implications caused by postal and telephone scams and fraud

Advice and Information

Forces Connect South East

An app to download to help members of the forces, veterans, and their families access local services

Advice and Information

The World vs MS

Information and blogs for people with MS

Help for people with health problems

Deafblind UK

A registered charity which provides many free services to deafblind people and their carers.

Help at home and help to live independently

Education Futures Trust

The Education Futures trust seeks to improve the life chances of children and their families.

Training and Education

Sussex Police

Police advice to keep you safe and help you understand the law.

Advice and Information

Sussex Community Development Association (SCDA)

Free service

Advice and Information

Hastings Safe Space

Saturdays 22:00 - 04:00 - His Place Church, Robertson Street

Advice and Information

East Sussex Safer Communities Partnership

Committed to ensuring East Sussex remains a safe place for residents and visitors

Advice and Information

Know Dementia

Education, advice and support across Sussex

Help for people with health problems

Sussex Armed Forces Network (SAFN)

Improving the lives of the armed forces community.

Advice and Information

Wealden District Council Community and Regeneration

Help people live healthy lives

Dyslexia East Sussex

Online resources and information about Neurodiversity with support from a local neuro diverse specialist and mental health mentor.

Helping people to work



Feeling Lonely?

One way to beat loneliness in later life is through the befriending services in East Sussex:



Are you scared of someone? 

There is help available:


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