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Our 18 partners provide a wide range of community-based support across the city from group workshops to money advice and bereavement support. Our services are inclusive, value diversity, and provide a welcoming environment for everybody. All support is free of charge.

Take a look below to find out what is available. Use the search filters to help find what you’re looking for.

Total matching your search: 22

Allsorts Youth Project

Allsorts Youth Project listens to supports and connects children and young people under 26 who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or exploring their sexual orientation and/or gender identity (LGBT+) and their families.

Brighton & Hove Recovery College

Brighton & Hove Recovery College is provided by Southdown a Sussex-based housing, care and support provider committed to preventing homelessness and supporting people’s health, wellbeing and independence. Provided in partnership with the Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Southdown’s Recovery College in Brighton and Hove offer educational courses as a route to recovery from mental health challenges.

Brighton Women’s Centre (BWC)

The Brighton Women’s Centre (BWC) supports self-identifying women from all backgrounds, facing all kinds of issues, to live happier lives. The charity provides a variety of services and a safe, women-only space for women dealing with bereavement or trauma, women who have been through homelessness or the criminal justice system, survivors of abuse or discrimination.

Cruse Bereavement Support

Cruse Bereavement Support offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies.

Fabrica – Men in Sheds

‘Men in Sheds’ is a free community workshop space for adult men in Brighton and Hove, which includes space for woodwork, arts and crafts.

Friends, Families and Travellers

Friends, Families and Travellers (FFT) is a leading national charity working to end racism and discrimination against Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people regardless of ethnicity or background, and to protect the right to pursue a nomadic way of life. Issues ranging from discrimination to chronic exclusion from health services can often lead to mental health difficulties or ‘bad nerves’.

Grassroots Suicide Prevention

Grassroots Suicide Prevention, is a leading charity in suicide prevention. Their vision is a future where more lives are saved from suicide. They empower people to help saves lives from suicide through connecting, educating, and campaigning nationally.

HERA/ Robin Hood Health Foundation

Robin Hood Health is a charity that offers support for people’s health and wellbeing through one to one and group sessions. They provide a special program for Asylum Seekers & Refugees in partnership with Brighton Exile/Refugee Trauma Service and the Trust for Developing Communities called Integrated Migrant Pathways.

Mental Health Support Coordinator Service

Mental Health Support Coordinators (MHSCs) work with people with complex mental health challenges to help them achieve healthy social networks and the right support in the community.