Brighton And Hove

Street Support Brighton deliver publicity packages

A big thank you to key network partners, Holland Road Baptist Church who have delivered over 100 packages to projects and organisations that are part of the Street Support Network in Brighton & Hove. All network members now have publicity to give out to service uses and to alert other support workers to the website […]

New printed materials to help tackle homelessness in Brighton & Hove

Street Support Brighton & Hove has gone to press and is sending out flyers, promotional cards and posters to over 100 different organisations all of which are now members of the ever expanding Brighton & Hove network. Agencies, doctors surgeries, charities, the local authority and libraries will all be carrying cards and flyers and will […]

Demo of how to use the Street Support website

In this video, our team gives a demo of how to use the Street Support Network website as well as how to add an organisation and it’s services. The video is useful to watch if you would like to see an interactive view of how to use the site. Covered in the demo is: Emergency Advice: For people […]

Brighton & Hove becomes the first city in the UK to adopt the Homeless Bill of Rights.

At a meeting of full council on 25th March 2021 Brighton and Hove City Council voted to adopt the Homeless Bill of Rights. The bid to get the local authority to adopt the Homeless Bill of Rights in the City was launched by Brighton & Hove Housing Coalition, FEANTSA* and the human rights organization, Just […]

St Anne’s Centre in Kemptown

St Anne’s Day Centre offers food and support to homeless or isolated people in Brighton and Hove. Staffed largely by volunteers and funded only by donation, St Anne’s has been working with our city’s rough sleepers and marginalised residents for more than thirty-five years. We try to offer a safe, warm and welcoming space for […]