Introducing the ESTAR Project
Supporting People into Learning & Work
ESTAR is a jointly funded project by East Sussex County Council and Public Health England.
ESTAR works in partnership with a range of stakeholders to improve opportunities for those experiencing, or at-risk of homelessness in the county. ESTAR has recently expanded its work to include refugees and those with no recourse to public funds.
These stakeholders include:
- Local Authority Housing Teams
- Accommodation Providers
- Support Services
- Training Providers
- Voluntary Action Groups
Download the ESTAR Brochure detailing free courses available across East Sussex, delivered by local providers.
If you have an addition for the brochure or you are interested in shaping the project, please contact ESTAR@eastsussex.gov.uk
You do not have to be living on the street to be homeless. You may be legally classed as homeless if you:
- live in insecure conditions, such as staying with friends and family (sofa surfing)
- live in inadequate or unfit housing
- have a place to sleep but it’s temporary
For general advice relating to homelessness, click the links below to find out more:
District and Borough Housing:
The East Sussex Mental Health Directory provides a comprehensive list of support opportunities in the county to support and promote residents' positive emotional health and well-being.