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Community Moves (Brighton & Hove)
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Southdown Homelessness Prevention & Mental Health Support Service (Brighton & Hove)
Discharge to Assess (Brighton and Hove)
Home Works (East Sussex)
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"I feel a bit more human again"
Drew is an artist in East Sussex. He shares his story of homelessness during the lockdown and how our Home Works service helped him.
A client from our Homelessness Prevention and Mental Health Support service in Brighton and Hove shares his story.
"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.
"I feel more connected to myself and grateful for the world outside"
For World Mental Health Day, our Preston Park Recovery Centre client Lyndsay, tells us how she's taking care of her mental health and wellbeing during this difficult time.
"Since I’ve been diagnosed with autism, my life has started again"
A client from our Community Connectors service tells us how his confidence increased after receiving support.
"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.