Enthum House is located in Eastbourne, East Sussex. The home has seven individual bedrooms, three shared bathrooms, two communal kitchens and a shared living room as well as an office and private keywork space. With a communal garden too, we have plenty of space for young people to live, learn and enjoy their time with us.
Breakfast and evening meals are provided and due to the relatively small number of residents, our aim is for evening and weekend meal times to be enjoyed together. The young people are fully involved in meal planning, shopping, cooking and washing up (!) as part of their tailored life-wise programme.
Access to local amenities and community facilities are vital and form a key part of their therapeutic programme. Spiritual, religious practice and celebration are encouraged.
The communal areas and front of the building are monitored by CCTV and access is controlled 24 hours a day by our staff on duty.
The home is warm and welcoming, and we actively encourage our residents to make their mark on their own bedrooms.