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"I feel I’ve made a difference with most of my clients"
Meet our Employment Specialist for Brighter Futures, our service which supports and coaches people who are out of work and who have struggled to remain in work in the past.
"Peer Trainers show students that you can live a good, enjoyable, fulfilling life. A meaningful life"
Meet Vicky, one of our Peer Trainers at Brighton and Hove Recovery College.
"The best things about my job are the autonomy, the clients, and the people I work with"
Meet Becky, our Employment Specialist based in West Sussex.
"Home works is vital to the community"
Home Works Support Worker Clare tells us why our housing support service in East Sussex is so important to the lives of the individuals it helps and to the wider community.
"We want to enhance Southdown’s reputation of putting clients at the heart of what we do"
Southdown's new Client Involvement Advisor tells us about her plans for client involvement.
"When we’re struggling with our mental health, cooking and taking care of ourselves through food decreases because we lose our motivation"
Meet Caroline, a Trainer from Brighton and Hove Food Partnership, who is collaborating with Southdown's Recovery College in Brighton and Hove to deliver a course called Cooking for Confidence.
"We’re helping people live to their full potential”
A Southdown employee from our Learning Disability service tells us what it's like to work as a Support Worker.
"A Buddy can have a big impact on a student’s experience at the college"
Introducing one of our Buddies at Brighton and Hove Recovery College.
"Client Involvement is about enabling clients to have a real influence on shaping the service they are receiving"
Meet Lucy, Southdown's Co-Production and Student Union Officer.