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Southdown Homelessness Prevention & Mental Health Support Service (Brighton & Hove)
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Home Works (East Sussex)
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Community Roots (Brighton & Hove)
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The Lighthouse (Brighton & Hove)
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Peer Support Service (East Sussex Community Network)
Staying Well Space (East Sussex Community Network)
Thinking Well (East Sussex Community Network)
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East Sussex Social Prescribing Pathway Project
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"It’s great that the college can bring people together online"
A student from our Recovery College in Brighton and Hove tells us how he's been accessing courses online during the pandemic.
"The more I am open to new things for my recovery, the more things come my way"
Our volunteer Buddy at the Recovery College shares how she's been coping during the pandemic and how the college is supporting students.
"I am trying to stay nice and calm"
David speaks to his Telephone Buddy, Jenny, about how he is coping during the lockdown.
"I want to bring pleasure back to people’s lives after lockdown"
Our Volunteer Gardener at Preston Park Recovery Centre shares how she's been coping in lockdown.
“The iPad has changed my life. I knew I needed to step out of my comfort zone or get left behind”
A client from our Homelessness Prevention and Mental Health Support Service tells us how vital telephone support, virtual connection, and online classes have been during the pandemic.
"We chat regularly on Zoom calls and she’s helping me through the apprenticeship because I don’t know what will happen in the future"
George tells us how his Southdown Employment Specialist is continuing to support him through the national lockdown.
"I think it’s absolutely vital for people who have learning disabilities, who are home by themselves, to get some support"
Kate and Sally tell us about how their Telephone Buddy relationship during the lockdown is making a difference.
"I am looking forward to getting out into the world as soon as the coronavirus situation is sorted"
Kevin from one of our Learning Disability Support Services tells us about his campaign to get a power chair to help him live more independently.
"I feel safe, and that’s huge"
Our Home Works client tells us what happened when she was finally able to ask for help and receive the support she needed.