Where to find...
We support people to maintain or improve their 'health and wellbeing'. We do not currently have an office but we do have a management committee.
Association of Carers
A Carer is someone of any age who provides unpaid support to family or friends who could not manage without this help. This can be caring for a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse problems.
The Association of Carers provides free, volunteer-led support services to unpaid Carers in East Sussex.
The Club is Non-competitive, but a spirit of attainment and achievement is encouraged. The reason for this is that the Club has a full programme for teaching not only swimming but Water-Survival, Watermanship Skills, Diving and Life-Saving. In short:- Swim, Survive, Save. We want all of our members to be able to look after themselves in the event of an emergency. To this end the Club has an extensive Programme for teaching Beginners how to swim, and on to the experienced swimmers taking their Gold Badges and even National Rescue Standard and Student Awards.
From our humble beginnings of one counsellor and advisor we now have six advisors and up to twenty counsellors, some offering specialised services such as art therapy. We have worked with an ever growing waiting list and continue to grow to meet the local need for high level therapeutic interventions.
For the past ten years our client’s positive feedback has been between 94% and 98%. The only real measure of the success of our efforts is and should be the client.
It is our aim to provide help and support to people living with diabetes in the UK.
We do this primarily through group meetings, designed with the express purpose of providing individuals with a safe, social forum to discuss diabetes and its effects
Excel personal training - push yourself further with the help of one of our PTs and realise your potential. Click here to enquire about personal training.
Small group exercise classes including bootcamp, armageddon, running club & cycling club.
GP referral - a dedicated programme for those who have been prescribed exercise by their GP or health professional for medical reasons. Click here for further information.
freedomcafé serving hot & cold drinks and snacks.
To ensure the appropriate provision of services to disabled people in Hastings and St.Leonards & Rother and promote the right of disabled people to full integration and equality of opprtunity.
Hastings Branch was started in 1958. Our activities have now widened to include the Rother area. We have 187 members, 121 of whom have MS.
The Branch is run by an active committee, most of whom have MS. We always welcome any additional help either as volunteers or committee members, particularly from those with skills in fundraising and publicity.
Supporting behaviour change in the community, our trainers are with you every step of the way
Helping people achieve their goals Based in the local community, and with specialist training designed to help others to develop healthier lifestyles, Health Trainers know just how difficult it can be to change unhealthy lifestyle habits. They offer practical support to facilitate behaviour change and enable clients to achieve their own goals.
We know a lot about what can help you through tough times.
We can help you explore your options, understand your problems better, or just be there to listen.
Providing complementary therapies, counselling and creative therapies to people in Hastings and Rother living through cancer and other life threatening illnesses; with support for their families and carers.
SEAP provides advocacy and related services to a wide range of client groups 6including:IMHA (Independent Mental Health Advocacy), Community Advocacy, Peer Advocacy, IMCA (Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy), IMCA DoLS (Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards), Independent Complaints Advocacy for complaints relating to NHS healthcare, Appropriate Adult Service, Buddy Scheme for disabled children and young people, support for parents with a learning disability and advocacy for those going through the work assessment process
We’re an open access wellbeing centre offering help and inspiration for people living on society’s margins.
We provide supervised overnight accommodation to homeless people who would otherwise be sleeping rough in Hastings and St Leonards during the extreme winter months (mid-November to end-February inclusive). Our Guests are referred to us via local organisations, primarily the Seaview Project and the St John Ambulance Homeless Service.
The Hastings Homeless Service, established in 2003, runs 5 sessions a week staffed by volunteers and healthcare professionals, including nurses.
Seaview Project, Hatherley Road,
St Leonards-on-Sea TN37 6LB
Nurse: Mon / Tues / Thurs / Fri: 12pm - 2pm
Podiatrist (foot care): Thursdays: 12pm - 2pm
Hope Kitchen, Wellington Square Church,
Wellington Square, Hastings TN34 1PN
Nurse: Saturdays 7:30pm - 9pm