Most Mental Health Services in Brighton and Hove are provided by Sussex Partnership NHS Trust.
More Specialist Services include the following:
Sussex Partnership NHS foundation Trust and The Brighton Integrated Care Service have opened a specialist clinic for people suffering with Obsessive Compulsive Disorders.
Targets antenatal women who develop mental health problems related to pregnancy, women with post-natal mental illness and women with pre-existing psychiatric illness.
Provides support to 14 – 35 year olds experiencing their first episode of psychosis.
Is a multi-disciplinary service providing a part time group therapy programme for adults with a mild – moderate eating disorder.
Works with people who have continuing mental health problems and are commonly also affected by drug or alcohol misuse, difficulty in sustaining tenancies or contact with the criminal justice system. The team Service users may have had experiences of mental health services where it has been difficult for other teams to keep in touch and provide support.
Works with people who have a diagnosis of dementia with complex needs to maintain individualsin their own home if appropriate and assist in the transfer of care if required.
Is a Community Mental Health Team for homeless or insecurely house people providing a primary mental health outreach service as well as ongoing treatment.
Works to provide an alternative to hospitalisation and to facilitate earlier discharge from hospital for adults with an acute psychiatric crisis.
Offer short term practical support to adults to cope with a transition such as discharge from hospital, moving house etc.