a leading provider of care, support and housing services for vulnerable people in Sussex
Southdown is much more than a housing provider.
Over recent years we have significantly expanded the range of services we provide. Each year we now provide support to over 9,500 vulnerable people across Sussex to help them live their lives to the full.
Click here to find out about the wide range of services we provide.
Are you looking for work that is challenging but rewarding and good fun? Can you provide support for vulnerable people to live as independently as possible, in their own homes and in the local community? Do you want a role where your enthusiasm and commitment are really appreciated?
If yes, we may have a job opportunity to suit you.
Click here to read about all our current employment opportunities.
Southdown’s Brook Court celebrates tenth anniversary
On the 22 March, Southdown’s Brook Court, supported living service for eight people with learning disabilities, in Horsham celebrated its tenth anniversary. Staff, people living at the service and their families got together to mark the Oscar-themed occasion and share memories they have of the service over the past decade. Click here to read more.
Groundbreaking mental health pilot provides support to over 200 people in Sussex
From June 2014 to February 2015, Southdown has provided support to 253 people as part of the Department for Work and Pensions and Department of Health’s groundbreaking mental health feasibility study. Click here to read more and watch a short video in which one of the people supported shares her experience.
Southdown provides support for ‘Street Community’ in West Sussex
Southdown’s My Key housing support service in West Sussex has been working with Adur & Worthing Council and the Design Council to look at new ways to work with members of the ‘Street Community’ to reduce the negative impact some people have on the communities they live in. Click here to read more.
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