Crawley Open House provides support and services for those suffering the effects of homelessness, unemployment, loneliness, discrimination, or other forms of social exclusion. Our support is available to anyone in need.
Each night Crawley Open House is "home" for 57 people who otherwise would have nowhere else to stay
of our hostel residents were resettled by us or found alternative accommodation
Meals provided in partnership with other agencies
Appointments to help people with their physical and mental health
Established in 1982 as the Crawley Community Resources Centre, then incorporated in 1994 and renamed Crawley Open House. Today we are a registered charity with a mission to support those who find themselves experiencing homelessness in Crawley and West Sussex.
Crawley Open House is a year-round, high support hostel for those who are experiencing homelessness and hardship, also providing life-skills training and resettlement support for our residents and service-users. Through the tremendous support of our generous donors and trustees, we have been able to carry out our mission for over 40 years.