Find advice, information and guidance

On this page, you’ll find a directory of local and national resources that provide a wide range of mental health and wellbeing advice, information and guidance.

If you live in East Sussex, we highly recommend the East Sussex Mental Health Directory, managed by our partner, East Sussex County Council. It’s an invaluable resource designed to support your mental health and wellbeing.

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Brighton & Hove Community transport

Brighton & Hove Community Transport provides accessible, safe and affordable transport to community groups, voluntary sector organisations and individuals with mobility difficulties.

Brighton & Hove Leisure Centres and Sports Facilities

Information about the wide range of sport and leisure facilities you can use within Brighton and Hove,

Brighton & Hove Libraries Information

Information about all the libraries across Brighton & Hove.

Brighton & Hove Sexual Health and Contraception Service (SHAC)

A free and confidential specialist service open to everyone regardless of age and sexuality.

Brighton & Hove Speak Out

Speak Out supports people with learning disabilities to have more control over their lives by providing: individual advocacy; advocacy in groups; training and raising awareness.

Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project

Offer practical support, education and advice to those in poverty, poor living conditions, benefit claimants, unwaged, pensioners, families and those on low incomes.

Brook

Brook operates a number of sexual health and wellbeing services across the UK.

Calm

App for meditation, mindfulness and sleep.

Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM)

Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) are taking a stand against suicide. This means standing against feeling hopeless, standing up to stereotypes and standing together to show life is always worth living.