What's new

Opportunities to work in a new intensive home treatment service

Closer2Home is an innovative new service that will support children and young people with acute mental health problems in their homes by providing intensive input and support up to three times a day.

Public consultation on mental health hospital plans launched

People in East Sussex  are invited to take part in a public consultation about proposals to improve the quality and safety of mental health inpatient services for adults and older people.

Art and creativity help inspire Learning Disability Week in Sussex

People from across Sussex have been showcasing their art and creativity skills in the run to Learning Disability Week 2021.

One million people in Sussex receive Covid-19 vaccination

Official figures released today, Thursday 27 May 2021, show that one million people in Sussex have now received their Covid-19 vaccination.

Army veteran praises Sussex perinatal support services and urges others to ‘have that first conversation’

An army veteran who suffered severe anxiety following the birth of both her children is now helping to train clinicians across Sussex to treat other people in her situation during Maternal Mental Health Awareness month.

Going green at Swandean

As part of our initiative to create a sustainable environment and support the wellbeing of people using our sites we have recently planted 80 trees on our Swandean site. With a hospital based here, community teams and our corporate headquarters we look forward to service users, families, carers and staff enjoying the trees as they grow. 

Heads On launches primary school mental health project

Local NHS mental health charity, Heads On, has teamed up with local artist, Amelie Collyer from the Art House Worthing and the Royal Pavilion and Museums Trust to launch a new project called Everyday Smiles, which aims to help young people recognise and celebrate what makes them smile.

GB MET and Sussex Partnership launch a Health and Care Academy

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (GB MET) is proud to be working in partnership with Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust to educate and support the next generation of healthcare workers through a new Health and Care Academy. 

Paranoia therapy app SlowMo helps people “slow down” and manage their fears

A clinical trial has revealed that a new digitally supported therapy effectively supports people to manage paranoia to help them get on with life. 

Young people co-design website around mental health

Young people from across East Sussex, aged 12-20, have been involved in developing a brand-new website for Discovery College, in partnership with Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.