Please see the images below for further, external support with Mental Health & Wellbeing:

Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service - deliver NHS community mental health services across the city.

Right Here - an innovative health and wellbeing project led by volunteers aged 16-25. They support young people across Sussex in a range of ways, from offering free resilience building activities to making films and websites, and creating awareness raising campaigns.

Young People’s Centre - provide a range of services to people aged 13 to 25, including a 1-1 counselling service and an online counselling service, which is called E-motion.

YMCA Downslink Group - provide a counselling service and an online counselling service, called E-motion, to people aged 13-25.

Alternatives - provide counselling, support and information to people facing an unplanned pregnancy or a pregnancy loss.

Breakeven Sussex - provide counselling for anyone affected by problem gambling.

Cruse Bereavement Care - Support for all bereaved people.

Mankind UK - offer 1-1 counselling and therapeutic groups for men who have been sexually abused and their partners, friends and family. Fees are on a sliding scale, and free to those who cannot afford to pay.<>

Young Oasis - therapy service for children and young people (up to age 25) affected by family member's substance misuse.

Terrence Higgins Trust - operate a counselling service for anyone affected or infected by HIV OR for gay men living in Brighton and Hove. Access to interpreters for anyone for whom English is not their first language.

Health in Mind - free East Sussex based courses and therapy to help with stress, anxiety and low mood.

National Services

Samaritans - free 24 hour emotional support.

MIND Infoline - Mind provides confidential mental health information services. The Infoline gives information on types of mental distress, where to get help, drug treatments, alternative therapies and advocacy.

Re-think Mental Illness Advice Line - Provides expert advice and information to people with mental health problems and those who care for them, as well as giving help to health professionals, employers and staff.