Healthy living, social & leisure

Local Brighton & Hove and national organisations providing information and support to help you live well, get out and about and maintain independence.

Accessible City Guide

Possability People’s online guide to what’s accessible in Brighton & Hove. Their volunteers review places to eat, stay and visit and feature information on a range of access issues.

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Active For Life

Find low cost activities across the city for people of all ages and abilities provided by the Active for Life team, alongside a searchable directory of over 400 local sports clubs, dance and physical providers in Brighton & Hove.

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A national charity offering specialist mental health, drug and alcohol treatment, with free and confidential addiction services for adults and young people.

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Affordable warmth grants

A national organisation that provide grants to those who need it most, for energy saving improvements like new boilers and insulation.

If you’re on a low income, or you receive certain benefits, you may be entitled to a grant towards home improvements such as a new boiler or insulation, that will reduce your heating bills.

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Al-Anon Family Groups

A national group that provides support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking, regardless of whether that person is still drinking or not. They do not offer advice or counselling, but members give each other understanding, strength and hope.

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A national charity for teenage relatives and friends of alcoholics. Alateen is part of Al-Anon. Alateen meetings are attended by 12-17 year olds. Meeting to share their experiences of having, or having had, a problem drinker in their lives . They help and support each other.

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Albion in the Community

The local charitable arm of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club. They are working across Sussex to help make sport accessible for all, tackle inequality, improve health and education, and provide opportunities.

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