About Steine House
In Steine House both our Head Office and a separate 17 unit housing project are located.
Our Central Office is located on the ground floor, with the housing project located across the rest of this stunning building. The project offers supported housing, in self-contained flats or studios, to 17 people.
Steine House around 1870
Steine House is a building of historical and architectural value. It was designed and built for Maria Fitzherbert, the alleged wife of the Prince of Wales, later King after the death of his father George III, in 1804 by William Porden. Porden went on to design the stables and garden for the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, George IV’s summer residence. Porden’s designs of Steine House were exhibited at the Royal Academy at the time, together with designs of the Royal Pavilion.
How can I get a place here?
Referrals are made internally and are directed at vulnerable clients who need long term support. There is no ‘Move on’ policy operating at Steine House and the accommodation there is viewed as permanent.
Our support staff are based at Steine House Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm.
During the last year, clients living there have had access to an activities room where they can enjoy a number of activities such as art, music, films. These in time will include outside activities.