What's new

New campaign tackles nursing crisis

We've launched a new campaign to recruit 150 nurses after figures showed that we spent more than £6m on temporary nurses in the last year.

Hellingly Hospital - through the ages

A photography exhibition created and run by patients and staff at a medium-secure unit is being held this week.

The Woodland Project needs your support!

The Woodland Project offers days out in nature for children and young people with learning disabilities, their families and siblings. The project has been shortlisted to win a grant of up to £50,000 which could secure the future of the project. But they need your help!

New Chief Medical Officer for Sussex Partnership

Dr Rick Fraser has been appointed Chief Medical Officer at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, a role previously described as Executive Medical Director.

Staff satisfaction continues to improve at Sussex Partnership

People working at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust feel more motivated, engaged and able to contribute towards improvements at work according to the latest annual NHS staff survey published today (7 March 2017). 

Sussex Partnership is going smokefree

On Wednesday 8 March, National No Smoking Day, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is going smokefree to create a healthier environment for everyone.

Fighting mental health stigma and educating professionals in India

A consultant psychiatrist from Crawley has visited Hyderabad in India to present a mental health masterclass to help spread awareness and fight stigma.

Bookings open for Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) Practitioner Training course in Brighton

Would you be interested in enrolling for a Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) Practitioner Training course in Brighton?

Support for eating disorders across the county

Next week (February 27-March 5) marks the start of National Eating Disorder Week across the country. Eating disorders can devastate lives, affecting not just the person suffering, but the whole family. Find out how our services could support you and your family.

Help the local NHS listen to patients and public

NHS Coastal West Sussex CCG are the NHS organisation responsible for planning and buying health services for the people who live, work and visit our area, which includes hospital services, community health services and mental health services. They want your help to bring the voice of our community into their decision making.