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LGBT Switchboard

A charity for LGBTQ people in Brighton & Hove and beyond looking for community, support or information

Advice and Information


Family and individual support for teenagers and children with gender and identity issues.

Advice and Information

Bipolar UK

Free support groups for people affected by bipolar and associated illnesses

Groups and Clubs


Supporting children and adults with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Groups and Clubs

Mind Out

improve the mental health and wellbeing of lesbians, gay men, bisexual, trans, and queer people

Groups and Clubs


A leading UK mental health charity working to improve the quality of life for anyone affected by mental illness.

Help people live healthy lives

Sing for Better Health

Weekly singing groups around Brighton, make friends and have fun, you don't have to be able to sing!

Help for people with health problems


Short term emotional support for people with issues around suicide

Help for people with health problems

Families Anonymous

Families Anonymous meetings are for families and friends of those with a drug or related behavioural problem.

Help for addictions and substance misuse


We offer support to people being affected by someone else's substance misuse and mental health issues.

Help for addictions and substance misuse

Grow Wellbeing

Courses for people who would benefit from time in nature, such as those who've experienced depression, anxiety and stress.

Help building life and social skills

Bright Sparks

Supporting Those Affected by Primary Brain Tumours

Help for people with health problems

  • Free service

The World vs MS

Information and blogs for people with MS

Help for people with health problems

25% ME Group

Support group for severe ME sufferers

Help for people with health problems

ME/CFS Social Support Group

Information, advice and support for people living with M.E. and related conditions

Help for people with health problems



Feeling Lonely?

One way to beat loneliness in later life is through the befriending services in East Sussex:



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