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"I’m trying to embrace the new normal and work in a way that allows me to give the best I can to our clients and my team"
Our Team Manager of our Homelessness Prevention and Mental Health Support Service in Brighton and Hove tells us how he's been managing during the pandemic.
"Despite the lockdown we are still housing people!"
Tom, a Tenancy Sustainment Officer for the Rapid Rehousing Pathway Project, tells us how the service is supporting rough sleepers during the lockdown.
"We will never have this time together again"
Lynsey, Service Lead for Mental Health Support services, tells us how she's been juggling work and childcare whilst working from home.
"We’re a community-based service so since the lockdown 50% of our work has changed"
Becky, a Manager from the Employment Support service, tells us how her team are continuing to provide support to clients during the national lockdown.
"From the very beginning I have witnessed incredible care and support provided to our clients by our staff"
This year, Julia, our Health and Safety Practice Lead, celebrates her 26th year working for Southdown! She tells us how she got started and all the changes she's witnessed.
"One of my videos on breathing techniques reached 2000 people on facebook!"
Our Recovery Worker, Jess, tells us how our Wellbeing Centres in East Sussex are responding to the pandemic and continuing to support clients.
"The role of a Southdown Reservist has grown directly out of the current global crisis"
Chris tells us his motivations for becoming a Southdown Reservist and helping deliver food to our Learning Disability Support services.
"I’m providing phone support to clients in our Learning Disability Support services"
Stuart tells us why he has volunteered to be a Southdown Reservist during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
"When I was in need I needed something like the Central Access Point"
Lee tells us about her role as a CAP Navigator for the Community Roots mental health network in Brighton and Hove.