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“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.
"I gave up on life. Listening to my keyworker has made me want to live again"
A client from our Southdown Support service in Brighton and Hove (formerly Community Links) tells us how support from Southdown has changed his life and his outlook.
“Writing is a sensual act. The physical putting pen to paper. It releases that inner turmoil"
A Recovery College student tells us how the 'Life Writing' course has changed his life.
"The course and the trainers give me hope for tomorrow"
A prospective Recovery College student tells us why he subscribed to the 'Happiness and Positive Living' course.
"Southdown is helping me out of my own distress"
Read how Preston Park Recovery Centre has helped one client re-connect with the community.
"I've got nothing but praise for Home Works. You think, "Actually, I'm not alone in this."
A Home Works client and his step-mother describe how the service has helped support them.
“Art can help you express your pain, but also switch it off"
A Preston Park Recovery Centre client explains what art has given her.
"I didn’t realise I was such a fighter"
Stroke survivor, Carol, shares her recovery experiences and tells us how our NCFE level 2 Award in Mentoring through the Community Network Peer Service has helped her.