How to get social care help for adults or children.
What to do if you think an adult is being harmed, abused or neglected.
Understanding your social care needs.
How to contact us for advice or to ask for social care support.
How we use an eligibility criteria to decide who we can help.
How we work out how much money you will need for your support and create a plan.
Let us know what you think of the adults' social care service you've received.
You can choose how you receive your personal budget for non-residential support.
How much you may need to pay towards your care if you wish to remain at home.
Find out about funding the cost of care in a residential home.
Where to get advice about benefits and financial support.
How to find information and advice if you have a learning disability.
How to get help to say what you want and represent your interests.
What to do if you think a child or young person is being harmed, abused or neglected.
Find out how to contact us if you have concerns about the welfare of a child or young person.
Let us know what you think of the children's social care service you've received.
The West Sussex Advocacy Service provides advice and support to children and young people.
West Sussex Young Carers supports young carers aged 5-18 with information, support, advice and signposting.