HENFIELD HAVEN

“It’s important to mix with people, you need to break the monotony. It’s great here: there’s so many people, there’s no need to be lonely.”

Betty, Service User

 

Henfield haven

“It’s important to mix with people, you need to break the monotony. It’s great here: there’s so many people, there’s no need to be lonely.”

Betty, Service User

When the Henfield Day Centre was threatened with closure, local residents successfully campaigned to save the building for their community to use. Impact worked alongside local people to develop this into a thriving community hub, now re-named Henfield Haven. It has a café, a centre for people with dementia, and a variety of activities and minibus trips for people aged 50+.

What’s On September 2019 – Click here to download this month’s programme

If you wish to contact Henfield Haven for any reason, please click here.

Henfield Haven is a hive of activity visited by over 200 people each week, many of who are physically isolated by their rural location. An extension to the building is now under way to accommodate ever-increasing demand.

On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays the Haven provides activities for people  with high-level support needs, including dementia. Our highly-skilled staff team provide a range of individual and group activities including keeping creative journals and music therapy making the days relaxing, enjoyable and beneficial. Transport to and from the haven is available in out accessible minibus

The Haven provides a range of groups, classes and therapies including IT, exercise, jewellery making, music, minibus trips, monthly quiz, new age curling and Sunday lunches. Therapies available include chiropody osteopathy and psychotherapy.

Bereavement support, a Parkinsons Café and carers services are also available at the Haven

If you would like to get in touch please feel free to use the contact form, give us call on 01273 494747 or email us at thehaven@impact-initiatives.org.uk

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Dave, Service User

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Kayleigh, YPC Service User

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Chloe, Ex-Stopover Resident

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Dan, Aged 9

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