West Sussex Community Wellbeing Service
The West Sussex Community Wellbeing Service aims to promote good mental health and wellbeing by offering a flexible service which is designed around the individual.
We work sensitively alongside people and look at the whole picture in order to develop a plan which is tailor made to meet your needs and goals.
You can access the service if you are living in West Sussex, are currently registered with a GP and are experiencing difficulties with your mental health.
Have a look at our service leaflet using the link below…West Sussex Community Wellbeing Service
For more information about our services or to make a referral please contact us using the details below…
Steps Wellbeing Service
17 Brighton Road
Tel – 01293 534782
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mid Sussex Community Wellbeing Service
38 Church Street
Tel – 01444 416391
Email – email@example.com
Recovery Workers are staff who can provide you with emotional support and help you to work towards your goals. This support can be given for up to 36 weeks.Our Recovery Workers can help you to understand and manage your mental health and also help you to realise your aspirations. Our staff can help you to find out about other services and activities in the area.
Peer Mentors are trained staff and volunteers who use their own ‘lived experience’ of mental health problems to support others. Peer Mentors can work alongside you helping you to develop confidence and a belief in your own abilities.
Our Community Programme offers a variety of activities,workshops and courses throughout the week. There are also opportunities for clients and volunteers to become involved in deciding how our services and groups are run and providing ongoing feedback.
View the range of groups that we currently offer by clicking on the links below…
Become a Peer Mentor
Sussex Oakleaf offer an accredited Level 2 qualification in Peer Mentoring. Our courses last for 12 weeks and offer a great learning experience covering everything from communication skills to signposting. The course is also a great way to gain confidence in a friendly and informal environment.
For more information about Peer Mentoring contact Merced Dryer on 07850 642968.