Space, support and stability

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What we do

We work with young homeless people to give them space, support & stability

We provide a space for 16-to-25-year olds who are homeless, where they can feel safe and 'just be', as well as getting access to services and support. We provide the everyday things that young homeless people need, like somewhere to shower, do laundry, eat a healthy meal, use computers and get post. By helping to meet these practical needs, young homeless people can focus on their futures. 

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We are the only drop-in day centre in Brighton & Hove for 16-to-25 year olds who are homeless or insecurely housed. We provide practical and emotional support to help young people to move from crisis to stability.


Discover Dandi's story

Dandi first came to the day centre with her brother, as she was too nervous to come on her own. Like many young people we support, she had become homeless as relations with her mum had deteriorated to the point where she could no longer live at home. 

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Donate

As a small charity, we rely entirely on donations to keep our doors open. Could you help us by making a one-off or regular gift?

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£10

Could pay for a young person to have a hot shower, wash their clothes and eat a nutritious meal.

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£25

Could pay for a new pair of shoes for a young person to wear to a job interview. 

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£250

Could pay to train and support a volunteer to help in the day centre.

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Or donate whatever you can afford here...

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“The Clock Tower Sanctuary meets your basic needs and that allows you to get organised and to try and get a job. Otherwise, you are in a fight or flight survival mode and you can very easily spiral down, becoming depressed and lonely. It’s exhausting.”

- Ivan, aged 23

The latest news

Come and join our team!

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We’re looking for an experienced Trusts Fundraiser to join our busy team and help raise vital income for our services with young homeless people. Building on our strong track record of working with local and national Trusts & Foundations, we are looking for someone who offers excellent writing skills and great attention to detail. In return, you’ll be joining a ...

Building a brighter future

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Exciting day! The builders have arrived to start transforming our day centre into a brighter, better space for our clients, volunteers and staff – creating a new kitchen, new bathrooms and laundry facilities and IT suite. A HUGE thank you to all our funders who have made this project possible – The Garfield Weston Anniversary Fund, Redevco Foundation, Pret Foundation, ...

Brighton & Hove and beyond shows us true community spirit

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Thank you to everyone who has shown us such generosity in the run-up to Christmas. We have been overwhelmed by the kindness shown by local businesses, schools, community groups and many individuals who have delivered so many boxes of food, toiletries, sleeping bags, warm socks, hats and gloves, cleaning products and other essential items to us in the last few ...

Where we are


Day centre entrance for young people

You can find us just off Ship Street. We're in a little alley way between a clothes shop and a cafe called The Trading Post. Look for the sign on the street.

Office entrance for visitors and deliveries
We are at Wenlock House,  41-43 North Street, Brighton, BN1 1RH. You can find us to the left of The Body Shop. 


Opening Hours

The day centre runs a drop-in service between 10am and 2pm, Monday to Friday and 11am-3pm on Saturday.

The office is open 9.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday. 


Email and phone

Call us on 01273 722 353

Email us - services@thects.org.uk

For general queries and fundraising - info@thects.org.uk

Email: info@thects.org.uk
Telephone: 01273 722 353

Drop-in service opening times

Monday – Friday: 10am – 2pm
Saturday: 11am – 3pm

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