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"If Home Works hadn’t helped me, I’d have stayed homeless"
A client who receives support from our Home Works housing support service shares his story and tells us about the difference support has made to his life.
"The recovery time for an injury like this is years and years. Gradually I’ve been trying to piece my life back together again"
A client from Southdown Support in Brighton and Hove (formerly Community Connections and Community Links) tells us what it is like to live with amnesia and how support is helping his recovery to live independently.
"The support is very much about empowering the person rather than cradling the person"
A client from our Southdown Homeless Prevention and Mental Health Support Service (Brighton and Hove) describes how support has enabled her to look to the future.
"You can do a lot on your own, but it’s more beneficial and sustainable to do things with people"
A client from Southdown Homeless Prevention and Mental Health Support Service (Brighton and Hove) tells us about his mental health challenges and how support has helped him.
“Support from Southdown has definitely improved my life. It saved me in a way"
A client from Southdown Homeless Prevention and Mental Health Support Service (Brighton and Hove) tells us how personalised support has helped him.
"It’s so important to keep telling your story"
A Recovery College Student and Mental Health Services Volunteer tells us about her history of mental health challenges and how her life has changed with Southdown's support.
"I wish I’d known earlier how different things could be"
We catch up with a client 8 months after she first started working with our Community Moves team in Brighton for Part 2 of her Southdown Story.
"Home Works saved my life"
A client from our Home Works service in East Sussex tells us how his life has changed since receiving support from Southdown.
"It’s nice to have a place of my own. It gives me the time to do what I want to do and it’s given me a sense of security"
Meet one of our tenants who tells us about his home, the support he receives, and how volunteering in the community enhances his life.