Residents of the Horsham District are invited to the first of a series of new community drop-in sessions offering advice and support on a broad range of community support services in and around the Horsham area.
The first drop-in session will take place at The Capitol theatre in North Street, Horsham on Tuesday 4 February 2020 between 12noon and 2pm.
The sessions will provide an informal and relaxed environment where people can come along and have the chance to talk to professionals from different service areas.
The range of professional service providers available will include:
A nurse advisor from the Prevention Assessment team at West Sussex County Council providing advice on health, wellbeing and maintaining independence.
The advice given is free, confidential, and there is no need to make an appointment. This multi-agency approach is designed to make it easier to access services you may need, or to be directed to agencies you may not have been aware of.
Commenting on this new service Horsham District Council Cabinet Member for Community Matters and Wellbeing said:
“These sessions are a great idea and I am sure they will be a success, and people will welcome the opportunity to discuss any issues or concerns they have in an environment which is comfortable to them.
“The sessions will also help us ensure that we are focusing efforts in the right areas that are important to our residents.
“Do come along to this first session and access all the free help and advice that is on offer, then spread the word to others.”
The drop-in sessions will be held on the first and last Tuesday of every month between 12pm and 2pm at the Capitol Theatre, North Street, Horsham, RH12 1RG.
4th and 25th of February
3rd and 31st of March
7th and 28th of April
If you are interested in attending and would like to know more, come along for a free cuppa and a chat.
If you have any questions in between sessions please email: danielle.shurgold@westsussex.