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Carers Home from Hospital West Sussex

Kent and Sussex

Carers Home from Hospital service is a countywide service that offers support to those carers who have recently received support from hospital and require further support at home. If you need to contact us please call 0800 0280 831.

We are there to help prevent unnecessary hospital re-admissions by providing extra support and care at home. The service is usually available for two to four hours a week for between four and six weeks. We support the carer with settling back into a normal routine and help people to regain their confidence and independence, giving the carer a chance to have time to themselves.

To find your nearest delivery location please use the panel on the right of this page. Search Health and support services > select Support at home and type in your postcode.

Step 1. Contact Us

Client Support Centre

0800 0280 831

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Step 2. Service Locations

  • 1. West Sussex carers, Burgess Hill

    130 Lower Church Road
    Burgess Hill
    West Sussex

    RH15 9AB

    0800 0280 831

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  • 2. West Sussex carers, Chichester

    Forum House
    West Sussex

    PO19 7DN

    0800 0280 831

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  • 3. West Sussex carers, Crawley

    West Green Drive
    West Green
    West Sussex

    RH11 7EL

    0800 0280 831

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  • 4. West Sussex carers, Horsham

    Carers from hospital service
    Rushams Road
    West Sussex

    RH12 2NT

    0800 0280 831

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