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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.
We are an independent charity and receive no funding from the National Mind charity. Your donations support our work across Sussex.

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Our servicesMind run a range of services in Brighton & Hove and West Sussex. Find out about what we offer and how we can support you. Read more.

Advice & Information

Advice and InformationIf you’re living with a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is, find out about our range of local and national services and well-being information and advice. Read more

The Big Mental Health Survey

Share your experiences of mental health support

National Mind's major research project, the Big Mental Health Survey  is launching for its third year on Monday 1 July. It explores people’s experiences of mental health support provided by the voluntary sector and primary care services (e.g. GPs). It also captures people’s experiences of discrimination.

To complete the survey, please go to bigmentalhealthsurvey.com

Quality Performance Award

We are pleased to announce that we have received the Quality Performance Mark Award (QPM) for our Advocacy Services .The QPM is awarded to services that demonstrate the highest quality advocacy which we are proud to provide to people in Brighton & Hove and West Sussex. Thank you to all the service users who supported us with this process, it was found that our services are highly valued.

“I wouldn’t be talking to you now if it wasn’t for them.”

 “They’re a 5 star service – I’d give them 6 stars if I could!”

“They (the advocate) was non-judgemental which meant I looked forward to seeing them, in fact I’m proud to say I got support from them – things were a bit overwhelming and they helped break things down to become manageable.”

“I didn’t know what I needed or what might help – they listened and helped me understand my options.”

“They helped me to convey my point of view when I felt I wasn’t being listened to. It made a real difference with my consultant. They could prompt me, remind me of things and keep notes of meetings that were really helpful for me.”

“My advocate is very confident…., so I pinched it (the confidence) off them!”

Growing Wellbeing taster 18th September

Date published: 20 August, 2019

Looking for a way to improve your wellbeing? Join our friendly, relaxed, FREE taster session …

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Managing Medication Group September 2019

Date published: 3 July, 2019

Soteria Brighton have been fortunate to receive funding from an anonymous donor which has enabled …

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New Sussex Advocacy Partnership

Date published: 2 July, 2019

A New Sussex Advocacy Partnership started on 1st July 2019, bringing together specialist advocacy providers …

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Mind’s Young People Survey

Date published: 12 June, 2019

Young people need Mind more than ever. One in eight has a diagnosed mental health …

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