Health Visiting (Brighton and Hove Children and Families)


  • To ensure all children aged 0-5 years receive early intervention, prevention and health promotion services which will help them achieve their optimum health and well-being
  • To provide a HV led public health and healthy child programme service for children aged 0-5 years and their families
  • To access traditionally ‘hard to reach’ groups of children who are vulnerable due to disease, disability and / or disadvantage to ensure that they are able to receive the health input required
  • To improve the outcomes for children as identified in national and local strategies.


  • Conway Court Children’s Centre, Clarendon Road, Hove BN3 3WR
  • Hollingdean Children’s Centre, Brentwood Road, Brighton BN1 7DY
  • Moulsecoomb Children’s Centre, Hodshrove Lane, Moulsecoomb, BN2 4SE
  • North Portslade Children’s Centre, The Rise, Portslade, BN41 2PY
  • Roundabout Children’s Centre, Whitehawk Road, Brighton BN2 5FL
  • Tarner Children's Centre (in partnership with Tarnerland Nursery) Ivory Place, Brighton BN2 9QE
  • Cityview & Fairlight Children’s Centre, Brighton General Hospital, Elm Grove, BN3 3EW
  • Cornerstone Community & Children's Centre, Church Road, Hove BN3 2FL
  • Hangleton Park Children’s Centre, Harmsworth Crescent, Hangleton, BN3 8BW
  • Hollingbury & Patcham Children’s Centre, Carden School, County Oak Avenue, Brighton, BN1 8LU
  • Preston Park Children's Centre, Fiveways Play Centre, 8-10 Florence Road, Brighton, BN1 6DJ
  • South Portslade Children’s Centre & Library, 223 Old Shoreham Road, Portslade, BN41 1XR
  • The Deans Children’s Centre, Rudyard Kipling School, Chalkland Rise Woodingdean, Brighton BN2 6RH
  • West Hove Children’s Centre, West Hove Infants School, Portland Road, Hove, BN3 5JA

  • Westdene Children's Centre, Westdene Primary, Bankside, Brighton, BN1 5GN


Brighton, Hove

How To Access

Health Visiting is provided through the Brighton and Hove Children Centres. This service is delivered by Brighton & Hove City Council Children and Families Delivery Unit via a Section 75 Provider Agreement. This means that NHS functions have been delegated and NHS staff seconded to an integrated line management structure. The host organisation is the local authority. SCT retain clinical accountability and provide CQC registration for these functions.

Contact Details

See the list of locations above

Opening Hours

Please contact your local children's centre for opening times

How to find us

See the list of locations above

More information

More details about Children's Centres on the Brighton and Hove City Council Website