Chichester Family Hub

St James' Road, Chichester, PO19 7AB

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Details such as opening hours, location and contact details, as well as access to support and activities.


Family hubs offer a range of activities and support to parents and carers, for children and families. Many hubs are open for you to drop in and play during our opening hours.

You can also pop in, or phone, to speak to our friendly staff and access information, advice and guidance on a whole range of issues affecting you and your family.

We also have public access computers to use, free of charge.

Family information and advice

You will find assistants in all our hubs, either on our front desks or helping with healthy child clinics and play sessions.

We can help you with:

Find it Out offer

Our ‘Find it Out’ offer is available to all young people in West Sussex aged between 11-19. We also support young people up to 25 who have additional needs or have experienced care.

We can provide you with information, advice and guidance by answering any questions you may have. We can help you find local services, make referrals and talk about your needs.

If we can’t find the right service to support you, or you need some further support but your family doesn’t, we can offer up to five sessions with one of our staff members who will work directly with you on what you require support with. We will provide tailored sessions designed to achieve the positive outcomes you want to focus on.

We also offer whole family working that supports everyone in your home and gets everyone working together with your consent, if that is what you need.

For further information and support, please complete the online form below or contact one of our family hubs (a contact phone number and email address is available on the right-hand side of the page).

Request for support for young people online form (external link)


Activities and services


Understanding your child

We offer a 10-week programme that aims to support parents in building positive and responsive relationships with their children. Find out what works for you and your child. Speak to a member of staff in one of our hubs to find out more.

Break 4 Change

This programme aims to support parents, carers and young people in building healthy relationships. It helps families break patterns where a young person in the home is:

  • controlling the home environment
  • being violent, aggressive or disrespectful towards the parent
  • making threats.

Parents and young people must be willing to make changes in how they communicate. Contact the service for support by emailing

Domestic abuse support

If you feel unsafe in your relationship there is a lot of support available. Speak to a member of staff in one of our hubs or visit our domestic abuse web pages.

Freedom programme

This is a free, 12-week rolling programme open to any woman who wants to learn more about the reality of domestic abuse. West Sussex sessions are organised by Safe in Sussex and are an hour and a half long. To find out more:


Healthy child clinics

Drop-in clinics where you can talk to health visitors about any concerns you may have about your child. You can also weigh your child during the clinic and you will be advised as to which stages in their development it is recommended to do this. 


Milk! is a drop-in breastfeeding support group. Get together with other mums in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. If you are pregnant and would like information regarding breastfeeding, feel free to drop in. 

Young people

Family Information Service

You can find a range of services and activities for young people on the Family Information Service website. Select the 'Young people' tile to find out what is available near you.

Your Space

Your Space is a website aimed at 11-25 year olds. It’s a place they can find out about all the things that are important to them in their life right now.

Email updates


Opening times

Monday - 9.15am-5.00pm
Tuesday - 9.15am-5.00pm
Wednesday - 9.15am-5.00pm
Thursday - 9.15am-5.00pm
Friday - 9.15am-5.00pm
Saturday-Sunday - Closed

Hubs are closed on bank holidays.

Parking and accessibility

Parking is available on St James' Road, and surrounding roads, without time restriction. There are two spaces for Blue Badge holders in the car park.

The building is fully accessible for wheelchair users, with a wide entrance. There is a covered bike rack on-site. Buggies may be left inside the main entrance.

Contact details

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