Be OK: Youth mental health

Be OK: Youth mental health in Sussex
Be OK: Youth mental health

Be OK is a free mental health service for people aged 16 to 25. We provide confidential support which promotes independence and helps to build resilience.

We can offer you support if you are aged 16 to 25, living in Crawley, Horsham or Mid Sussex and are:

  • Worried about your mental health and need advice or information
  • Have a mental health diagnosis and need help learning to cope
  • At college or university and struggling with your mental health
  • Moving from Children and Young People mental health services to adult services

We can help you to get ahead in life by learning to cope with your mental health, learning new skills and gaining confidence.

We offer a range of support such as:

  • One to one support from one of our Recovery Workers to help you achieve your goals
  • Groups and activities to learn new skills and meet new people
  • Support to move into workvolunteering or education
  • Support from Peer Mentors who have personal experience of living with mental health problems

Pathfinder MainPart of the Pathfinder project

Pathfinder West Sussex is an alliance of organisations working together to enable people with mental health support needs, and their carers, to improve their mental health and wellbeing.

Pathfinder West Sussex includes the following organisations Sussex Partnership Foundation NHS Trust, CornerhouseStonepillowUnited Response, Richmond FellowshipSouthdownSussex OakleafRethinkCapital, & Mind in Brighton & Hove.

Get in touch

Telephone - 01293 534782
Email -

Mid Sussex
Telephone - 01444 416391
Email -

Getting help from our service
If you feel that our service could be of help then we encourage you to get in touch with us by completing the Contact Information Form below and emailing it to

Be Ok is not a crisis service. If you need to speak to someone about your mental health urgently or out of hours then please use the following numbers.

Sussex Mental Health Line
0300 5000 101
116 123 or
NHS, non emergency number
0300 304 7400