Seaview Project

About the service and what to expect

Seaview’s range of support services helps marginalised people with addiction problems, mental health issues, ex-and at-risk offenders and rough sleepers achieve improved health outcomes, access to care, personal growth and fulfilment.

Wellbeing Centre

The Seaview Project’s Wellbeing Centre in St Leonards-on-Sea offers a welcoming environment where individuals can find support, friendship, and necessities such as food, clothing, and showers. Open since 1985, it provides various activities and one-on-one sessions to promote personal growth and wellbeing. The centre also collaborates with Brighton Women’s Centre to offer a safe space for homeless and insecurely housed women, providing essentials like food, toiletries, and internet access.

Recovery Services

The Seaview Project’s Recovery Services focus on supporting individuals with substance misuse issues through several initiatives.

Their Project ADDER aims to reduce drug-related harm and disrupt organised crime networks, while project RADAR ( an acronym for: Refocus Assess Develop Activate Recover ) offers 1:1 personalised support and creative recovery activities for those with alcohol or substance misuse problems.

They also run an Alcohol Outreach Service that provides harm reduction and recovery support to street community members with complex needs. These services facilitate treatment access, improve well-being, and support reintegration into the community.

Homeless Services

Seaview Project’s Homeless Services support rough sleepers and those with a history of failed tenancies through early morning outreach and housing assistance in Hastings, St Leonards, and Rother. They provide immediate support, help secure permanent housing, and offer intensive tenancy support through their Seaview Accommodation Support Service (SASS).

Healthcare services

The Seaview Project’s Healthcare services, in collaboration with various partners, provide nurse-led walk-in clinics, dental care through Dentaid, and substance misuse support via Change, Grow, Live (CGL’s) drop-in clinic. These services address both physical and mental health needs, offering wound care, health advice, and specialised referrals.

Digital Inclusion Services

Through Digital Inclusion Workers at their Wellbeing Centre, they provide one-on-one coaching using computers, tablets, and mobile phones. They assist with basic internet use, setting up email addresses, accessing information, and downloading apps to ensure that everyone can stay connected in a digital world.

Further Information

For more information and to discuss accessing support from Seaview, please call 0808 196 1768 to speak to a member of our Central Access Point team. Alternatively, if you would prefer, you can arrange a callback.