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  • CAPITAL project

    Offering: Peer-led groups, workshops, training, in-patient peer support, volunteering opportunities, informal peer support

    CAPITAL, the acronym for Clients And Professionals In Training And Learning aspires to provide social inclusion to people who have or are suffering from mental distress at varying levels, from all walks of life.  We have a “self-referral” system where anyone who has or is using mental health services in West Sussex may join our membership; all services provided are free to adults over 18, there is no upper age limit.

    We are mental health charity run by and for members with lived experience of mental health issues. Our service provision aims to advance the education of our members together with the general public thus enabling the voice of our membership to be heard,  facilitate positive change and enhance individual quality of life.

    Areas covered: All within West Sussex including (but not limited to) Adur, Bognor, Burgess Hill, Chichester, Crawley, East Grinstead, Haywards Heath, Horsham, Littlehampton, Midhurst, Southwick, Worthing,

    email: enquiries@capitalproject.org

    Tel: 01243 869662

    Services
    Workshops
    Training
    Support
    Location

    West Sussex

    Contact
    01243 869662
  • Mind in Brighton and Hove

    Providing a range of advice and information, advocacy and support services, to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem to achieve what they want with their lives, and play a full part in society.

    Mind in Brighton and Hove offers peer mentoring support in Crawley and Horsham, as well as community advocacy and Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) services across West Sussex. Our advocacy services take action to help you say what you want to say, secure your rights, make your views and wishes heard, and support you to obtain the services that you need. IMHA services are available to those who have been sectioned under the Mental Health Act.

    Areas covered: Crawley, Horsham (peer mentoring); West Sussex (advocacy)

    Website: https://www.mindcharity.co.uk/services/services-in-west-sussex/

    Tel: 01273 666950

    Services
    Advocacy
    Peer mentoring
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    01273 666950
  • Pathfinder Adur

    The lead provider for Pathfinder Adur is West Sussex Mind at the Corner House. We are open for phone and online consultations.

    Pathfinder Adur provides advice, information and support for people aged 18+ affected by mental health problems living in Fishersgate, Lancing, Shoreham, Sompting, Southwick and the surrounding areas, as well as carers, friends, professionals and other agencies.

    Please get in touch with us by phone or email, or use the contact form on our website: https://www.westsussexmind.org/help_and_support/getting-help/i-want-to-…

    We can offer telephone contact, but would prefer to offer a video meeting by Attend Anywhere or Zoom. We will try and provide support with this, and you can find out more information about these on our website.

    Some face to face appointments are possible, however we can’t offer them to everyone who might like them because of the current restrictions and safety measures that we need to put in place.

    We also need to take some additional measures to ensure that we keep everyone safe – this includes hand sanitising arrangements, wearing face masks for any appointments indoors, keeping rooms well ventilated and ensuring that we maintain a social distance of 2 metres throughout the visit.

    We will discuss and agree arrangements before a face to face appointment is offered.

    Services
    Information, advice and signposting
    Mental health advice
    Individual and group support
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    0300 303 5652
  • Pathfinder Chanctonbury

    Covid-19 statement

    Due to the Government advice, Pathfinder Chanctonbury is now closed for all in-person support and is offering online and phone support in its place. Please email us in the first instance and someone will get back to you. All details are here: https://www.westsussexmind.org/help_and_support/getting-help/i-want-to-…

     

    We offer a range of support for people experiencing mental health difficulties including information & advice, 1:1 support, group activities and peer support. Services provided by an alliance of organisations working together for better mental health and wellbeing in Steyning and the surrounding area of Chanctonbury. The lead provider for Pathfinder Chanctonbury is West Sussex Mind.

    Services
    Information, advice and signposting
    A Pathfinder Information Point
    A regular programme
    One to one support
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    0300 303 5652
  • Pathfinder Chichester

    The lead provider for Chichester is Richmond Fellowship. We are open for phone and online consultations.

    Please get in touch with us by phone on 01243 780 420. You will need to leave a message, but a member of our team will get back to you asap. Alternatively you can email us at Pathfinder.Chichester@richmondfellowship.org.uk

    When we receive your referral (via phone/email) we will call you to arrange a suitable time and date for your initial discussion. We’ll explain what our current service offer is/what support we’re able to provide, the purpose of the initial discussion and what will be covered during the conversation. We’ll let you know the name of the recovery worker who will call you to complete the initial discussion, and how to contact us should you need to rearrange or have any questions.

    If you’d prefer your initial discussion to be completed via video call, we can arrange a scheduled appointment on Zoom or Attend Anywhere.

    We are not currently offering face to face discussions unless you are unable to use the phone or video call options. If you do require the discussion to be conducted in person then we will invite you to attend our office in Chichester, however we will need to speak with you via phone prior to the meeting to explain the covid-19 protection and safety measures that we have in place and to check on the day that it is appropriate for the meeting to go ahead in the office. 

    Services
    Information and advice
    Access to peer support
    Social Activites
    Individual and Group support
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    01243 780 420
  • Pathfinder Crawley

    Covid-19 update

    Due to government advice face-to-face support is currently suspended. Support is being offered over the phone and by Skype and Whatsapp. Groups are currently suspended, but it is hoped these will be resumed over Zoom. 

    Facebook support group is now live - look for Sussex Oakleaf Community Support. Live Chat now available on our website.

    For more information see:https://www.sussexoakleaf.org.uk/coronavirus/

    Helpdesk : 01444416391 Currently open Monday -Friday 10:00-16:00

     

     

    We offer a range of support for people experiencing mental health difficulties including information & advice, 1:1 support, group activities and peer support. Services provided by an alliance of organisations working together for better mental health and wellbeing. The lead provider for Pathfinder Crawley is Sussex Oakleaf.

    Services
    Information and advice
    Access to peer support
    Group activities
    Young adults service
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    01293 534782
  • Pathfinder Horsham

    The lead provider for Horsham is Richmond Fellowship. We are available on the phone and online.

    Although the majority of ongoing support is carried out remotely via telephone, Zoom or Attend Anywhere, we are offering limited face to face support for those with an urgent need which is agreed on an individual basis and through discussion with the Service Manager.    

    Please phone our office number 01403 241866 or email Horsham.Pathfinder@RichmondFellowship.org.uk and we will get back to you within 24 hours.                                

    All face to face support is supported by comprehensive risk assessments in line with government guidance. People accessing this service and staff are asked to adhere to specific measures which are discussed and greed prior to support commencing.

    We are offering some digital groups:

    Drop in - x2 weekly
    Arts and crafts groups  - weekly
    Access to allotment – daily (subject to social distancing)
    Book club - monthly
    Women’s group - weekly

    Services
    Information and advice
    Mental health advice
    Social activities
    Access to peer support for service users
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    01403 241866
  • Pathfinder Littlehampton

    The lead provider for Littlehampton is West Sussex Mind. We are open for phone and online consultations.

    Please get in touch with us by phone or email, or use the contact form on our website: https://www.westsussexmind.org/help_and_support/getting-help/i-want-to-…

    We can offer telephone contact, but would prefer to offer a video meeting by Attend Anywhere or Zoom. We will try and provide support with this, and you can find out more information about these on our website.

    Some face to face appointments are possible, however we can’t offer them to everyone who might like them because of the current restrictions and safety measures that we need to put in place.

    We also need to take some additional measures to ensure that we keep everyone safe – this includes hand sanitising arrangements, wearing face masks for any appointments indoors, keeping rooms well ventilated and ensuring that we maintain a social distance of 2 metres throughout the visit.

    We will discuss and agree arrangements before a face to face appointment is offered.

    Services
    Information, advice and signposting
    Mental health advice
    Individual and group support
    Access to peer mentoring
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    0300 303 5652
  • Pathfinder Mid Sussex (Haywards Heath)

    Covid-19 update

    Due to government advice face-to-face support is currently suspended. Support is being offered over the phone and by Skype and Whatsapp. Groups are currently suspended, but it is hoped these will be resumed over Zoom. 

    Facebook support group is now live - look for Sussex Oakleaf Community Support. Live Chat is available on our website.

    For more information see: https://www.sussexoakleaf.org.uk/coronavirus/

    Helpdesk : 01444416391 Currently open Monday -Friday 10:00-16:00

     

    We offer a range of support for people experiencing mental health difficulties including information & advice, 1:1 support, group activities and peer support. Services provided by an alliance of organisations working together for better mental health and wellbeing. The lead provider for Pathfinder Mid Sussex is Sussex Oakleaf.

    Services
    Young adults service
    Mental health advice
    Peer Support
    Group activities
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    01444 416391
  • Pathfinder Mid Sussex (East Grinstead)

    Covid-19 statement

    All our youth and adult community face-to-face services have been temporarily suspended, but telephone and online support including live chat is available. Full details: https://www.sussexoakleaf.org.uk/coronavirus/ 

    We offer a range of support for people experiencing mental health difficulties including information & advice, 1:1 support, group activities and peer support. Services provided by an alliance of organisations working together for better mental health and wellbeing. The lead provider for Pathfinder Mid Sussex is Sussex Oakleaf.

    Services
    Young adults service
    Mental health advice
    Peer Support
    Group activities
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    01444 416391
  • Pathfinder Midhurst

    The lead provider for Midhurst is West Sussex Mind. We are open for phone and online consultations.

    Please get in touch with us by phone or email, or use the contact form on our website: https://www.westsussexmind.org/help_and_support/getting-help/i-want-to-…

    We can offer telephone contact, but would prefer to offer a video meeting by Attend Anywhere or Zoom. We will try and provide support with this, and you can find out more information about these on our website.

    Some face to face appointments are possible, however we can’t offer them to everyone who might like them because of the current restrictions and safety measures that we need to put in place.

    We also need to take some additional measures to ensure that we keep everyone safe – this includes hand sanitising arrangements, wearing face masks for any appointments indoors, keeping rooms well ventilated and ensuring that we maintain a social distance of 2 metres throughout the visit.

    We will discuss and agree arrangements before a face to face appointment is offered.

     

     

     

    Services
    Information, advice and signposting
    A Pathfinder Information Point
    A regular programme
    One to one support
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    0300 303 5652
  • Pathfinder Worthing

    The lead provider for Worthing is West Sussex Mind. We are open for phone and online consultations.

    Please get in touch with us by phone or email, or use the contact form on our website: https://www.westsussexmind.org/help_and_support/getting-help/i-want-to-…

    We can offer telephone contact, but would prefer to offer a video meeting by Attend Anywhere or Zoom. We will try and provide support with this, and you can find out more information about these on our website.

    Some face to face appointments are possible, however we can’t offer them to everyone who might like them because of the current restrictions and safety measures that we need to put in place.

    We also need to take some additional measures to ensure that we keep everyone safe – this includes hand sanitising arrangements, wearing face masks for any appointments indoors, keeping rooms well ventilated and ensuring that we maintain a social distance of 2 metres throughout the visit.

    We will discuss and agree arrangements before a face to face appointment is offered.

    Services
    Information, advice and signposting
    A Pathfinder Information Point
    A regular programme
    One to one support
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    0300 303 5652
  • Rethink Asian Mental Health Helpline

    Providing an Asian Mental Health Helpline across West Sussex.

    The Sahayak Asian Mental Health Helpline offers a culturally sensitive listening and information service for anyone affected by mental health issues - whether they are service users, carers or friends, and people affected by domestic abuse.

    Callers may speak to us in Asian languages (Gujarati, Punjabi, Hindu, and Urdu) or English.

    When you call the helpline you can expect to be listened to, treated with dignity and respect, given emotional support and signposted to useful sources of information.

    Calls to our number are free and will not show up on your bill.

    Areas covered: West Sussex

    Tel: 0800 800 2073

    Services
    Helpline
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    0800 800 2073
  • Richmond Fellowship

    Providing peer support and outreach services for adults over 18 with mental health support problems who are registered with a GP and/or are a resident in Chichester or Horsham.

    Our long- and short-term Horsham Outreach Community Based Support service works with individuals affected by mental ill health already living in their own homes to receive assistance with day-to-day tasks and activities, such as budgeting finances or doing the weekly food shop.

    Areas covered: Chichester, Horsham

    Email: Pathfinder.Chichester@richmondfellowship.org.uk

    Pathfinder.Horsham@richmondfellowship.org.uk

    Tel: 01243 780420 (Chichester), 01403 241866 (Horsham)

    Services
    Peer support
    Outreach
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
  • Southdown Employment Service

    Offering individual tailored support to people wishing to find employment or retain support with their existing job.

    Southdown Supported Employment is for adults who have mental health support needs to secure employment or support to retain their existing employment. The service provides free, independent, and confidential support. Sessions are held 1:1 with the Pathfinder Employment Specialist and tailored to individual goals. Appointments take place in the community, for example at a local cafe, with a focus on securing paid employment and the steps that will be needed to get there.

    Areas covered: across West Sussex

    Website: https://www.southdown.org/employment-support

     

    Services
    Employment services
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
  • Stonepillow

    Supporting and empowering homeless and vulnerable people to achieve sustainable independence and wellbeing.

    Stonepillow provides assessment and referral into one of our hostels/supported accommodation, support for a variety of issues including substance misuse and mental health, as well as access to a GP and training opportunities. Alongside our hostels and hubs in Chichester and Bognor Regis, our recovery service, supported accommodation and rough sleeper team, our clients and the long-term unemployed receive training in restoration work, furniture repair and office skills through our social enterprise project, Stonepillow Restore.

    Areas covered: Arun District, Chichester

    Website: https://stonepillow.org.uk/

    Tel: 01243 537934

    Services
    Support
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
  • Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SPFT)

    Pathfinder clinical service provided by nurses and occupational therapists.

    The clinical service offers short term input to support people in transition from Sussex Partnership teams and link them to the wider Pathfinder alliance services and other local support as required. They also provide accessible preventative support for people engaged with Pathfinder services with links to Sussex Partnership teams if needed.

    Clinicians offer short term individual and/or group work sessions. Groups are co-produced and delivered by Pathfinder clinical staff, Peer Support Workers and Pathfinder partners.

    Referrals for the transition service are via SPFT teams within assessment and treatment services only. Referrals for the preventative service are made via staff members within Pathfinder voluntary sector services.

    Areas covered: across West Sussex

    Website: https://www.sussexpartnership.nhs.uk/

    Services
    Clinical support
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
  • United Response

    Providing advice, information and support for people aged 18+ affected by mental health problems living in Bognor and the surrounding area – including carers, friends, professionals and other agencies.

    Information, advice and signposting is available by phone or email, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Services include individual and group support, access to peer support, and drop-in sessions (please contact the service for more information). Regular groups and activities accessible through Pathfinder in the Bognor Regis area include arts and crafts and a walking group.

    Area covered: Bognor Regis

    Email: pathfinder.bognor@unitedresponse.org.uk

    Tel: 01243 863034

    Services
    Information, advice and support
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    01243 863034
  • West Sussex Mind

    Offering advice and information about mental health and other services in the local area. Services include one to one support including goal setting and progress reviews, focused learning and development workshops to help improve mental and physical well-being and support personal development, access to a peer mentor, and group sessions to socialise with others.

    There is a young people's service in Shoreham, Southwick, Lancing, Worthing, Steyning, Storrington, Pulborough, Henfield, Littlehampton, Bognor, Chichester and Midhurst areas, as well as a service for older people in the Bognor, Chichester and Bognor areas.

    West Sussex Mind’s help point is the first point of contact for anyone looking for support. The team listens to people, talks through their needs and discusses options. These may include passing on details to the mental health recovery team, offering well-being advice, signposting to self-help videos and information, talking through a diagnosis, and giving information about treatments or support options available in the community.

    Areas covered: Adur, Chanctonbury, Littlehampton, Midhurst, Worthing

    Email: helppoint@westsussexmind.org

    Website: https://www.westsussexmind.org/help_and_support/getting-help

    Phone: 0300 303 5652

    Services
    Mental health support
    Peer mentoring
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    0300 303 5652