Mental health services

 

Local and national services providing support to anyone affected by a mental health condition, including families and carers. These services can support you to access appropriate services in your area.

Brighton & Hove Clinic

A local clinic that specialises in treating patients with a wide range of mental health issues, including addictions, depression, anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and more.

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Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service

A service offering a range of support if you are experiencing emotional difficulties such as feeling anxious, low, or depressed. They are an NHS community-based service supporting people from age 4 years upwards in Brighton and Hove. You may self-refer directly to the service on their website.

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Community Links

A local service providing short-term, flexible support for people with mental health challenges in Brighton and Hove.

They will support you to find out about, and access, activities in your local community that you’re interested in and help you create links with support agencies and groups. They will encourage you to have confidence in your own abilities and work with you to overcome challenges.

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Find Get Give

A local service for young people who are experiencing mental health or emotional wellbeing difficulties.

The site offers advice and support on a range of low to moderate mental health or emotional wellbeing issues such as anxiety, depression, self-harm and eating disorders as well as signposting to services that are more specialist where your need is greater.

All services accept self-referrals and some offer drop-in sessions.

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Mental health rapid response service

Brighton & Hove CCG’s Mental Health Rapid Response Service offers support from a mental health professional anytime, day or night, as well as face-to-face appointments.

The service offers mental health support for people who feel at risk to themselves and/or others or if someone feels concerned that a person is at risk to themselves and/or others due to their mental health. Face-to-face assessments for all agreed urgent referrals will be delivered within four hours, either at a patient’s home, in a GP surgery or at one of the local service clinics.

Opening hours: 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week

Call 0300 304 0078

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Mill View Hospital

Mill View is a local hospital for adults with mental health problems. It has four inpatient wards for general mental health and one for substance misuse services.

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