Seatown House is our open access drop-in day centre. The services aims to create an welcoming environment and a place where people can come to relax and socialise, make cups of tea, have a hot meal at lunch-time, use the telephone, have a shower or wash their clothes.
The clients are provided with the use of a computer, phones, a pool table, television and reading materials. The Day Centre provides several projects for the clients such as gardening, furniture restoration, art classes and internet training. There is also the availability of a counsellor.
Staff at Seatown House also provide support, advice and information, crisis intervention, advocacy and referral services to allow a more structured approach to the multiple needs of people experiencing homelessness. Emergency clothes and sleeping bags are also provided during cold weather periods.
The services provided through Seatown House are aimed at empowering people but also at encouraging them to take responsibility for various aspects of their lives. The team aims to help clients feel welcome welcome and create to an atmosphere of acceptance, a place of safety and practical care.