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Community Moves (Brighton & Hove)
Southdown Homelessness Prevention & Mental Health Support Service (Brighton & Hove)
Discharge to Assess (Brighton and Hove)
Hospital Discharge Service (West Sussex)
Home Works (East Sussex)
Pathways Home – West Sussex
Rough Sleeping Support (East Sussex)
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Community Connectors (East Sussex)
Community Roots (Brighton & Hove)
Peer Support Service (East Sussex Community Network)
People in Partnership (East Sussex)
Preston Park Recovery Centre (Brighton & Hove)
Recovery College (Brighton & Hove)
Staying Well Space
The Lighthouse (Brighton & Hove)
Thinking Well (East Sussex Community Network)
Wellbeing Centres (East Sussex Community Network)
East Sussex Social Prescribing Pathway Project
What Does Recovery Mean?
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"We help them move forward with their journey towards employment"
Employment Specialist, Mark, shares what he gets up to in a normal (pre-pandemic) day as part of our Employment Support Service.
"I sometimes struggle with the motivation to go outside but when I do, I always feel the benefits"
Peer Trainer, Nicki, shares how the Recovery College's Spending Timing In Nature course benefits students.
"I get a sense of something bigger than myself"
Peer Trainer and Recovery Worker, Abbie, tells us why connecting with nature can be so transformative.
"Getting out in nature has the ability to change my physical and mental health for the better"
For Mental Health Awareness Week our Marketing and Communications Officer, Heidi, shares how fundamental the great outdoors has been for her health during the last year.
"I love running in the fresh air and being able to see nature around me"
For this year's Mental Health Awareness Week, Southdown's Executive Administrator shares how important nature and running are to her mental health.
"It’s amazing how everyone’s adapted to the situation"
Hayley joined our Housing Management Team a year ago and reflects on how her role has adapted to the pandemic.
"Diversity, equality, and inclusion in any workforce is vital"
Introducing Alysha Burrell, Southdown's new Board Member!
"This year has pushed us to be stronger and more determined"
Mandy shares her Christmas plans and tells us what it's been like working as a Support Worker this year in one of our services for people with learning disabilities.
"This situation has given us a huge opportunity to look at how we deliver services"
Support Worker, Rachel, tells us how our Home Works service has adapted during the pandemic.