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Non-judgemental one-to-one and group support for young LGBTU people
Support for people with Asperger's Syndrome and High Functioning Autism
Offering educational courses as a route to recovery from mental health challenges. Courses are co-facilitated by people with lived experience and staff with a clinical/professional background
Support groups, women-only space and services for women from all backgrounds
One-to-one bereavement care and drop-in support
Support for men in a community workshop space, including an activity room for woodwork and metalwork
Support in the community for Gypsy, Traveller and Roma communities to help you access services, engage with your community and lessen isolation
Suicide prevention and mental health awareness training for professionals
Support for people with complex mental health challenges to help them achieve healthy social networks and the right support in the community.
Peer support and online support for the LGBTQ community
Free debt and welfare benefits advice to support people wanting help to manage their money
A seven day service offering building based groups, one-to-one support and a café, as well as groups in the community
Support for people within the criminal justice system and whose offending is connected mental health
One-to-one and group based suicide prevention support and support for those bereaved by suicide
Staying Well is an out-of-hours mental health crisis prevention service, providing free evening and weekend support by telephone or by face-to-face appointment
Confidential and anonymous LGBTQ helpline connecting people to community support and information.
Transgender support and social group based in Brighton & Hove, open to anyone wishing to explore issues around gender identity
The Hangleton and Knoll Project works in partnerships with residents to access and develop opportunities and resources and to facilitate positive change as identified by the residents of our communities
Support for people with Personality Disorders and Emotional Intensity over the age of 18 and living in Brighton & Hove
Supporting people from ethnically diverse communities to access services, engage with community activities and reduce isolation