Staying Well Space (East Sussex Community Network)
Open 7 days a week, the service provides evening and weekend, recovery-focused support to help you manage your mental health, stay well and prevent crisis.
The service is part of a network of mental health recovery support across the county, called the East Sussex Community Network. For more information, download the leaflet below (translated versions are also available on our website here).
Coronavirus Statement (13 July 2020)
To best protect the safety of our clients and staff, we changed the way support was provided by our Staying Well Space service from March so we could adhere to the Government’s advice on social distancing and infection control.
In place of building-based and face-to-face support, over the past few months, our teams have been supporting clients over the phone and through online means.
As transmission of the virus has started to reduce and lockdown measures have been lifted, alongside our commissioner, we are now starting to plan how we could resume some level of face-to-face support for our clients.
Using covid-safety guidance, we are currently risk-assessing our Eastbourne and Hastings/ St Leonards Wellbeing Centres (where the Staying Well service is based) to explore how they can be used in a socially-distanced safe way.
The next phase of this transitional process will see a reduced staff team starting to work from the Centres and once safe to do so, they will begin offer a limited amount of 1-2-1 face-to-face appointments for Staying Well Space clients.
In addition, alongside work on our buildings, we are talking to our clients and teams to ensure their needs, safety and wellbeing are prioritised.
As and when there are any changes to the support we provide, we will update this page.
In the meantime, If you have any urgent questions about your support, or have a new enquiry about our service, please contact Judy Pearson by calling 07867 123652 or emailing email@example.com
What support is available?
If you need urgent mental health support, outside of normal working hours, the Staying Well Space is here for you.
Get help and advice in a relaxed, friendly and safe environment.
Our team of Recovery Workers are on-hand to provide non-judgmental support tailored to your needs; whether that’s simply listening or providing more in-depth support. Peer Supporters (people with lived experience of mental health challenges) are also available to talk to.
Am I eligible?
The service is available for adults (16+) living in East Sussex with urgent mental health support needs.
How do I access support?
Support is provided from our Wellbeing Centres in St Leonards-on-Sea and Eastbourne.
- Staying Well in St Leonards-On-Sea is provided from the St Leonards-On-Sea Wellbeing Centre (Carisbrooke House, Stockleigh Road, TN38 0JP). Opening hours are: 6pm to 10.30pm on weekdays and 3pm to 10.30pm at weekends.
- Staying Well in Eastbourne is provided from the Eastbourne Wellbeing Centre (8 Saffrons Road, BN21 1DG). Opening hours are: 4pm to 10.30pm on weekdays and 3pm to 10.30pm at weekends.
Please note, Staying Well is not a drop-in service and last admission is 9pm every day. Telephone support is available in some circumstances, up until 10pm each day.
How to find us:
Staying Well in St Leonards-On-Sea is provided at our St Leonards-On-Sea Wellbeing Centre at Carisbrooke House, Stockleigh Road, TN38 0JP
From St Leonards Warrior Square Station, walk south down London Road (towards the sea) and turn right onto Silchester Road when you get to the Anglican Church. Take the first right onto Stockleigh Road. Carisbrooke House is about half way up the road on the right, next to a nursery.
Staying Well in Eastbourne is provided at our Eastbourne Wellbeing Centre at 8 Saffrons Road, BN21 1DG
From Eastbourne train station, head North on Terminus Road (away from town) towards a roundabout near Prezzo. Cross at the nearby crossing and head towards Eastbourne library (which you’ll see). From the library, walk uphill along Old Orchard Road. The Centre entrance is at the top of Old Orchard Road, on the left, via a small car parking area.