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Important changes to the Sussex Mental Healthline 

The way people access the Sussex Mental Healthline, our telephone service offering support and information to anyone experiencing mental health problems, is changing.

Top tips for staying in control of your mental health

Adults and children across Sussex are being encouraged to put their mental health first this festive season.

Success at local NHS mental health charity pub quiz

Local NHS mental health staff held a charity Christmas pub quiz on Friday 29 November to help raise funds to support people who are experiencing mental health illnesses.

Mindful self-compassion workshop with founders Kristin Neff and Chris Germer

Sussex Mindfulness Centre will host the only UK Mindful Self Compassion (MSC) workshop in 2020 led by MSC American founders Kristin Neff and Chris Germer.

Local mental health service to raise awareness of respecting LGBTQ+ young people

Hampshire mental health services for children and young people are leading a series of activities and events this month to celebrate the LGBTQ+ youth community and promote mental health and wellbeing.

“You’ll feel fab when you get your flu jab”

A local student mental health nurse is on a mission to encourage others to get their seasonal flu jab with his ‘flu jab rap’ and music video.

Statement from Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Our statement following the conclusion of the inquest into the death of Bethany Tenquist.

East Sussex mental health services welcome Belgium visitors

Local NHS mental health services welcomed mental health professionals from Belgium this week to build partnerships, share ideas and ways of working to help deliver the best mental health care.

Dance Works

Come and enjoy a unique evening of music and dance created in Langley Green Hospital and inside an immigration detention centre, with Music In Detention artists Shammi Pithia, Jane Munro, Rebecca Bogue, and H Patten.

NHS mental health staff from Sussex and Hampshire celebrated at awards ceremony

Outstanding NHS staff, volunteers and carers who provide specialist mental health and learning disability care for thousands of adults and children across Sussex and Hampshire have been recognised for their work at an awards event celebrating their positive practice.