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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)
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Pathways Home – West Sussex
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"We have tried to keep things going even when the whole world has stopped"
Bekki manages one of our Supported Living Services for people with learning disabilities. She tells us what life's been like since the first lockdown.
"By having a chink of light at the end of the tunnel it brings hope and focus"
One of our Community Navigators, Rebecca, tells us how she has adapted her support for clients during the pandemic.
"I am really impressed with how safe the centre feels"
Our Eastbourne Wellbeing Centre Coordinator, Alisha, tells us how she and her team have been making the centre Covid-secure for staff and clients.
"They’ve been really happy years for me - the happiest years of my career"
As he prepares to move onto a new role in a new organisation, Service Lead for Employment Support, Saxon, reflects on his ten years at Southdown.
"We managed to get most rough sleepers into temporary accommodation"
Our Tenancy Sustainment Officer from the Housing First service tells us how support has been adapted during the pandemic.
"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.