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Providing specialist housing, care and support in Sussex since 1972
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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)
West Sussex Services
Mental Health Recovery
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 (East Sussex Community Network)
Thinking Well (East Sussex Community Network)
Community Connectors (East Sussex)
People in Partnership (East Sussex)
East Sussex Social Prescribing Pathway Project
What Does Recovery Mean?
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Work in Mind (East Sussex)
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"A successful society is marked by how we look after the most vulnerable people"
Meet Stuart, one of Southdown's Housing Brokerage Officers, who supports people on probation to find suitable accommodation.
"This way of working completely fits into my life"
Molly tells us the benefits of being a Bank Support Worker and how the flexibility of this role has enabled her to go to uni and work as an Occupational Therapist at the same time.
"In almost every class I see something new, something innovative"
Brighton and Hove Recovery College's Quality Assurance Manager tells us about his unique role.
"This new building is amazing – it’s a smart building and very high tech"
Service Manager, Christopher, tells us about the exciting new development for adults with learning disabilities in Brighton.
"I wanted something that was personal, that looked like proper artwork, and that the clients could get involved in making"
A manager from one of our registered care services that supports people with profound learning disabilities, tells us how clients created artwork for their home.
"The service is constantly evolving"
Our Home Works service has been offering life-changing homelessness prevention support for over 10 years. Claire tells us what it's been like working for the service since the beginning.
"The level of support, training, stability, and professionalism to keep clients and staff safe is excellent"
One of our Learning Disability Service Managers tells us why he's been working for Southdown for over 20 years.
"Volunteering is not just beneficial to the volunteer, it’s also very beneficial for us as an organisation"
Meet Mel, Southdown's new Volunteer Coordinator!
"What keeps me passionate about this job is that I get to work with an amazing group of people who are also passionate about their work"
Our Volunteer and Student Union Support Lead at the Recovery College explains how valuable our volunteering and involvement programmes are.