Finding the right mental health support
Across Brighton and Hove, there is a range of mental health support available. However, we know that it can sometimes be difficult to find out information about services, know how to access them and know which ones are right for you.
One of our key aims is to ensure that no matter where people enter the mental health system, they can easily gain access to services that meet their needs.
Central Access Point team
To help you navigate and access UOK Brighton & Hove’s services, we have a dedicated ‘Central Access Point’ team of Community Navigators to respond to your calls and emails.
Our Community Navigators are a friendly, caring bunch who understand that taking that first steps to make contact for support regarding your mental health can be challenging.
"You put me at ease with everything, which was a breath of fresh air." - Caller to the Central Access Point
The team is based in Brighton and, as the first point of contact for the UOK Brighton & Hove network, are experts on the wide range of support available.
Community Navigators will talk to you about the support that the UOK Brighton & Hove network can provide and discuss how to refer you onto our partner services. They can contact partners directly on your behalf and they will then get in touch with you to arrange additional support. Community Navigators can also advise on useful resources available.
Call us, or arrange a call back
We are available Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm.
Please call 0808 196 1768 (Freephone) to speak to one of our Community Navigators, who can guide you through what support is available and provide professional guidance.
Alternatively, you may prefer to complete the form below to arrange a call back. We will aim to call you by the end of the following working day, or you can ask us to get back to you at a time and day that is convenient for you (within our opening hours).
If you’d like to share any information with us before we call you, please add this to the form too. Any information you share with us will be treated as confidential.
Our website provides details of UOK Brighton & Hove's services, support and a directory of resources that you may find useful. You will also find information about how you can get involved and the latest news on mental health and wellbeing activities happening across Brighton and Hove.