Staying Well Space (East Sussex Community Network)
The Staying Well Space provides evening and weekend, recovery-focussed support to help you manage your mental health and prevent crisis.
The service is part of a network of mental health recovery support, called the East Sussex Community Network (for more information download the leaflet below - translated versions are available on our website here).
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 at Southdown’s Wellbeing Centre in St Leonards-on-Sea (Carisbrooke House, Stockleigh Road, TN38 0JP).
To self-refer or refer on behalf of an individual, contact us using the details below and we will complete a short ‘introduction form’ with you. We can do this by phone or email; whichever is easiest. You can also download the ‘introduction form’ from this page below. After 4pm, urgent referrals to the service can be made by calling 07384 467 593 or via our new freephone number 0800 0236475.
How to find us:
Our address is Hastings & St Leonards Wellbeing Centre, 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.