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Housing Brokerage Service (Sussex)
Southdown Homelessness Prevention & Mental Health Support Service (Brighton & Hove)
Community Moves (Brighton & Hove)
Home Works (East Sussex)
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Community Roots (Brighton & Hove)
Recovery College (Brighton & Hove)
Preston Park Recovery Centre (Brighton & Hove)
The Lighthouse (Brighton & Hove)
Wellbeing Centres (East Sussex Community Network)
Peer Support Service (East Sussex Community Network)
Staying Well Space
Thinking Well (East Sussex Community Network)
Community Connectors (East Sussex)
People in Partnership (East Sussex)
East Sussex Social Prescribing Pathway Project
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"Without artistic expression I wouldn’t really know how to channel my anxieties"
A student from the Recovery College tells us how their creative courses help her.
"I did not think a severe mental health illness would strike or happen to me"
A West Sussex Homelessness Prevention Partnership (WSHPP) client shares his personal experience of recovering from psychosis and how Southdown has supported him.
"It’s a place I want to spend time in. It’s a place I want to come back to. It’s my own place"
A client from our West Sussex Homelessness Prevention Partnership (WSHPP) welcomes us into his new home and tells us about the support he has received.
"I felt ashamed because of the difficulties I experienced. But now I can accept that part of myself"
A returning Recovery College student tells us how the courses inspired and helped her.
“Because I’m disabled people look at me and can’t be bothered with me"
A West Sussex Homelessness Prevention Partnership (WSHPP) client talks about the difficulties she faces and how Southdown has supported her into living a life that brings her happiness.
"The support of Southdown and the Recovery College has given me hope"
A student from the Recovery College tells us how the student buddying system has changed her life.
"We met in Brighton General when we were day patients and we didn’t see each other for years"
Karen and Tim share their Preston Park Recovery Centre love story with us.
“Living in my own flat makes me happy"
A supported living client tells us how support in her own home has transformed her life.
"Having my Floating Support Officer work with me has been a weight off my mind"
How support from our Southdown Support service (formerly Community Connections) has helped one resident in Brighton.