Education and group support for younger people

Description

Community Connectors

In partnership with GPs across Hastings, Rother, Eastbourne, Seaford and Hailsham, Community Connectors provide ‘Social Prescribing’ to support people’s mental health and wellbeing.

This is a free service open to adults and young persons aged 16+ living in East Sussex who are experiencing issues affecting their mental health and wellbeing.

People in Partnership

People in Partnership’s aim is to enable everybody with mental health challenges, their families and carers to have the opportunity to help shape the experience and quality of mental health support across East Sussex. This is a free service open to adults and young person aged 16+ living in East Sussex who have mental health challenges or are a carer for an adult with mental health challenges.

Employment and job retention support

One-to-one support to gain and retain employment, self-employment, voluntary work and education. This is a free service open to adults and young persons aged 16+ living in East Sussex who have mental health challenges and are accessing secondary care. A specialist service is also available for young people who are accessing services from Early Intervention Teams.

Wellbeing Centres

Access a range of mental health support, including one to one sessions, group activities and workshops, to enable you to get well, stay well and prevent crisis. The service is available for adults and young persons aged 16 + living in East Sussex who are experiencing issues affecting their mental health and wellbeing.
 

Service Details

Locations:
East Sussex
Organisation:
Southdown Housing Association
Service Type:
Help people live healthy lives
Website:
Client Groups:
  • People with mental health needs
  • Young adults aged 16 to 25

Cost & Availability

Free service

This page was last updated on 14 June 2019

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Contact Details

Telephone:
01273 405800
Email:
info@southdown.org