The information and services listed on this site can help you find out more about local activities and support that can help maintain positive mental wellbeing as part of your everyday life.
If you are worried about your mental health, or if someone in your life is affected, there are many ways to get help. The information below explains how to find out about specific services that deal with mental health problems.
The Mental Healthline is for anyone in Sussex who has questions or concerns about a mental health related issue. It can be reached between 5pm and 9am and all day during weekends and bank holidays on 0300 5000 101.
Mind is an organisation that aims to provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Sussex Partnership Foundation NHS Trust has developed the ROCK – a Recovery Orientated Community Kit. The ROCK is a toolkit designed to help people have more choice and control in all aspects of their life and their mental wellbeing recovery journey.
Sussex Recovery College offers educational courses about mental health and recovery which are designed to increase people's knowledge and skills and promote self-management.
Time to Change West Sussex is a partnership of organisations and champions working together to end stigma and discrimination towards mental health in the county.
CASS Women's Self-injury Helpline: 0808 800 8088 FREE (Mon to Fri 7-10pm and Thurs 3-6pm)
TESS - Self Injury Support text and email service for girls and young women under 25yrs (Sun to Fri 7-9pm)
One You website for information about how to cope with stress