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Providing specialist housing, care and support in Sussex since 1972
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Think Family Money Management Outreach (West Sussex)
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Staying Well Space (East Sussex Community Network)
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"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.
"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.
"Being part of reducing the stigma of mental health is so important"
Meet Grace, a Graduate Intern who worked with us at Brighton and Hove Recovery College.
"In prison the housing options are very limited, we all know there’s a housing crisis and it is even more difficult to house ex-prisoners"
Meet one of our Housing Brokerage Officers who is based at HM Prison Lewes as part of our Housing Support services.
"No matter what learning disability you have, what mental health challenge you have, what housing crisis you’re in, and what your past is, you’re treated as an individual and with respect"
Introducing Jasmin, a Receptionist and Administrator at our Head Office in Lewes.
"When I leave work at the end of my shift I know I’ve made a difference"
Meet Marie, one of our Support Workers at a Supported Living Service for adults with learning disabilities in West Sussex.
"The best thing about my job is knowing that I can have a really positive effect on tenants’ lives"
Introducing Simon, a member of our Financial Inclusion Team, which has been created to increase financial and digital inclusion for clients accessing Southdown's services.
"We’re not doctors or nurses but we do save lives"
A Floating Support Officer from our West Sussex Homelessness Prevention Partnership tells us what will happen if the proposed cuts are made to housing-related support in the county.
"Support is so important. It is a lifeline for some people"
Introducing Carol Ann, who tells us about the important work our Floating Support Officers do for the West Sussex Homelessness Prevention Partnership.