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Join the Rainbow Race and support your local NHS mental health teams

Set yourself a personal challenge and raise money to help your local NHS mental health services during the Covid-19 pandemic.

New film helps people living with emotionally unstable personality disorder

Local mental health services have launched an inspiring and informative film to raise awareness of emotionally unstable personality disorder, also known as emotional intensity disorder, and address frequent misunderstandings of the diagnosis.

Mental health trust leads the way for remote patient appointments

A mental health and learning disability NHS trust covering Sussex and Hampshire is the best performing trust within England for providing digital appointments for patients during the coronavirus lockdown, ensuring those that need extra support continue to receive it.

Message from our Chair, Peter Molyneux

Our Chair Peter Molyneux writes about how Covid-19 shines a light on racism within our society.

Top tips for children, parents and teachers to understand going back to school

Specialists from Sussex and Hampshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) are offering helpful tips and guidance to parents and children about going back to school, and how to manage the new feelings and emotions they have experienced during the coronavirus lockdown.

New wellbeing website launches for children and young people

A new e-wellbeing website has been launched to support children and young people with their mental health across Sussex.

Message to staff from Board of Directors

A message to staff from our Board of Directors.

Covid-19 and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities

A statement from our Board of Directors about the impact of Covid-19 upon Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities.

Heartsmiths duo back together to sing for our fantastic NHS

A community mental health nurse has got back together with his singing partner to share their version of The Beatles track 'All my loving', as a thank you to the fabulous NHS.

Florence Nightingale's relatives celebrate International Nurses Day in Sussex

Two local NHS mental health nurses with the last name Nightingale, one with historical family links to the legendary Florence Nightingale, are celebrating International Nurses Day on Tuesday 12 May.