• Contact the Youth Support Team

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    If you’ve left home and have nowhere to live, it can be a frightening time. Whatever your situation is, you can get help from the Youth Support Team at East Sussex County Council.

    Where do I go for help?

    If you live in:

    • Crowborough
    • Eastbourne
    • Hailsham
    • Heathfield
    • Lewes
    • Newhaven
    • Peacehaven
    • Seaford
    • Uckfield
    • Wealden

    Contact:

    East Sussex County Council
    St Mark’s House
    14 Upperton Road
    Eastbourne BN21 1EP

    Phone: 01323 747094

    Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm.

    If you live in:

    • Battle
    • Bexhill
    • Hastings
    • Rother
    • Rye
    • St Leonards on Sea

    Contact:

    East Sussex County Council
    Ocean House
    87-89 London Road
    St Leonards
    TN37 6DH

    Phone: 01424 724130

    Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm.

    Emergency help

    If you can’t go home and it’s the weekend or at night, the best thing to do is find a friend or relative you can stay with.

    In an emergency you can contact the East Sussex Emergency Duty Service on 01273 335905. A social worker will phone you back and advise you what to do.