Using your spare room to change a life
A community response to youth homelessness
Our Nightstop volunteers are integral to the success and continuation of this service, young people appreciate and value the support from their community.
We are always grateful for any donations, which make a huge difference to how many young people we can support.
You can support Sussex Nightstop by making a one off or regular donation, here.
Everyone deserves to be valued and treated with respect. At Sussex Nightstop we are proud to come out for trans equality. We welcome you to join us. We honour all those who have lost their lives to transphobic violence. #TransDayofRemembrance #ComeOutForTransEquality https://t.co/SsRVrG82JF
Wonderful @choirwithnoname have released a charity single! There are 170 voices singing on this track, all affected by #homelessness, unsecure housing, poverty, mental health or disability. Check it out here: https://t.co/BhuQzXhRmB it's beautiful! https://t.co/ISulq3bNdT
Since we launched we have matched 3000 bed nights to 345 young people. We have trained and supported over 70 volunteer households since the project began. 90% of young people using the Sussex Nightstop service go on to secure safer more suitable housing #thankyou #YouMadeItHappen https://t.co/EetOftw7ZT
80% of homeless people in England report that they have mental health issues and 26% cite mental health problems as a reason for being homeless Our community response reaches people before they’re street homeless providing a safe place & a friendly face #WorldMentalHealthDay2019 https://t.co/IMqAa6Geog
Our service supports young people; 16-25 year olds, as well as adults; over 26 year olds in housing crisis