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Our 20 partners provide a wide range of community-based mental health and wellbeing support across Brighton, Hove and East Sussex 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: 28

The Clare Project

The Clare Project is a self-supporting transgender support and social group based in Brighton and Hove open to anyone wishing to explore issues around gender identity.

The Hangleton and Knoll Project

Community Development Workers support local residents to come together, develop the skills knowledge and experience necessary to take collective action, and make positive change in response to issues identified by the community.

The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse is a Tier 3 specialist service run in partnership by Southdown, Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust (SPFT), and Mind in Brighton & Hove that provides intensive therapy to people who fall within a broad definition of personality disorder/complex emotional and relational needs.

The Trust for Developing Communities

The Trust for Developing Communities (TDC) works with people and groups from culturally and ethnically diverse communities​. ​They provide support for community groups to flourish, which in turn supports the wellbeing of their members. They also support individual people by connecting them with other services.

The Wellbeing Hub at Preston Park

The Wellbeing Hub at Preston Park (formally known as Preston Park Recovery Centre) is provided by Southdown and provides a welcoming and supportive environment in which people with mental health support needs can learn new skills and get involved in social groups and activities.

Thinking Well

About the service and what to expect Thinking Well offers dedicated social, educational, and clinical sessions across three areas in East Sussex for people with a diagnosis of Personality Disorder or who have significant difficulties with managing emotional intensity. Run by Southdown, the service operates from their local Wellbeing Centres in East Sussex in locations

Seaview Project

About the service and what to expect Seaview’s range of support services helps marginalised people with addiction problems, mental health issues, ex-and at-risk offenders and rough sleepers achieve improved health outcomes, access to care, personal growth and fulfilment. Wellbeing Centre The Seaview Project’s Wellbeing Centre in St Leonards-on-Sea offers a welcoming environment where individuals can

Wellbeing Centres

About the service and what to expect Southdown‘s seven Wellbeing Centres, located across East Sussex, provide a range of community-based mental health and wellbeing support to enable you to get well, stay well and prevent crisis. The Centres are part of a network of mental health recovery support, called the East Sussex Community Network. Their

Work and Wellbeing Employment Support

The Work and Wellbeing service provides specialist employment support for people living with mental health challenges. The service is provided by Southdown in partnership with the Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.