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Introducing Brighton & Hove Recovery College’s NEW Annual Prospectus and Autumn term

Brighton and Hove Recovery College, offer educational courses as a route to recovery from mental health challenges. All their courses are FREE and designed and delivered by people with lived experience of mental health challenges, together with clinical staff and other professionals. The College is provided in partnership with the Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust […]

Emotional Wellbeing Service

Working in partnership to support the Sussex Community Mental Health Transformation Plan

New Emotional Wellbeing Services established across Sussex Over the past year, Southdown has worked in partnership with the Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Primary Care Networks (clusters of GPs) across Sussex to shape and deliver new Emotional Wellbeing Services. The new services, embedded in Greater Wealden, Lewes Foundry and Hove Primary Care Networks, provide […]

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New ‘Health and Wellbeing Service’ Opens In West Sussex

Launching from mid-July onwards, the Health and Wellbeing Service is a social prescribing service, working in partnership with GP practices across West Sussex. Southdown already successfully provides this Service across East Sussex and Brighton and Hove and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. The service will support people aged 18 or over who have a diagnosis […]

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Celebrating the success of Work in Mind Employment Support Service in partnership with Health in Mind

Southdown’s Work in Mind service has received a tremendous boost in the recent annual review for 2021-2022. Kevin Jarman, (EA in IAPT Initiative Lead at the DWP) & the national funders of the contract was full of praise for Work in Mind and what they have achieved. The feedback was extremely complimentary about the service during the […]

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Community Roots network changes name to UOK Brighton & Hove

As lead provider for the Community Roots network, Southdown are pleased to announce that as of Monday 9th May, at the start of Mental Health Awareness Week, Community Roots will be changing name to become UOK Brighton & Hove. UOK Brighton & Hove will offer the same great support and services, with a brand new […]

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Brighton & Hove Recovery College’s Summer term – coming soon!

Brighton and Hove Recovery College, offer educational courses as a route to recovery from mental health challenges. All their courses are FREE and designed and delivered by people with lived experience of mental health challenges, together with clinical staff and other professionals. The College is provided in partnership with the Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust […]

"When we get it right for women, everyone benefits, both in the workplace and beyond."

Southdown Signs The Menopause Workplace Pledge

Women make up nearly half of the UK workforce, but around 900,000 have quit their jobs because of the menopause. Signing the Menopause Workplace Pledge shows that we have committed to making Southdown a supportive and understanding place for employees going through the menopause. If people affected by menopause feel supported at work, it can […]

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“The Covid-19 Employment Support Service has been a real life saver”

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected all of our lives over the last two years. For many people, it has impacted on their mental wellbeing and their employment status with businesses forced to close, making staff unemployed. In response to these huge challenges, we launched the Covid-19 Employment Support Service in May 2021. Funded by Local […]

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Six More ‘Good’ CQC Inspections

All our learning disability services are registered with, and regulated by, the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The CQC is an independent regulator for health and social care in England. It monitors, inspects and regulates services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety. They publish what they find, including performance ratings, to […]

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Six New CQC Reports Rate ‘Good’ Overall

All our learning disability services are registered with, and regulated by, the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The CQC is an independent regulator for health and social care in England. It monitors, inspects and regulates services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety. They publish what they find, including performance ratings, to […]

Pilot Scheme Helping Hospital Patients Transition To The Community Extended

We are proud to announce that our Discharge to Assess service, launched in November 2020, has been extended to March 2022.
Initially a six month pilot scheme, Discharge to Assess is based in Brighton and Hove and offers a managed transition for people moving from a hospital setting to the community who no longer need the higher levels of support and supervision provided on the ward.

Emotional Wellbeing Service

Mental Health Crisis Prevention Service Buildings Back Open!

We are pleased to announce that our Staying Well Space service buildings have reopened in all three locations – Brighton, Eastbourne, and Hastings, enabling clients to access our buildings to work independently on a self-care activity or project. Staff will be present to support clients should they require it.