In June 2021 Brighton & Hove City Council commissioned Safe Haven Sussex to provide a 40-bed supported accommodation service.
The Seagull Project offers a safe and stable temporary home for individuals who are unable to access general needs housing, using a personalised trauma informed model.
The Seagull houses are located in Brighton and Hove and provide shared accommodation for single adults. Each resident has their own single bedroom, with a shared bathroom, kitchen and lounge. All bedroom furniture is provided, along with kitchen utensils and equipment.
Residents are allocated a Support Coordinator, who will meet with them 1:1 for keywork appointments and group sessions, in order to support them to be able to move into more independent housing.
Referrals are made directly through Brighton and Hove City Council's Homeless & Rough Sleeping Commissioning Services. Following a face-to-face assessment, suitability is assessed through our internal referrals panel.
For further information about Seagull Project, please call us on 01273 757070.