Mind in Brighton and Hove works to promote good mental health in our city and across Sussex.
We seek to empower people to lead a full life as part of their community.
Focus on Well-being
In an interview with Mind in Brighton and Hove, Dr Rebecca Jarvis encourages people to talk to their GP about mental health concerns and gives useful advice such as what people can do to help prepare for the appointment, what help a GP can give, what can be done in an emergency and information for people who are concerned about a friend or family member.
Job Vacancies: Central Services Manager & Brighton and Hove Community Advocate (Specialist Advocacy) Maternity Cover
We are excited to announce that we have two job vacancies based at our central …Read more
Time To Talk Day is an annual mental health campaign, fronted by Time To Change, …Read more
Our Brighton and Hove Independent Mental Health Advocacy Service are now recruiting for a new …Read more
We are in the process of developing our strategy for 2017 to 2020. To help …Read more