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Hear Me! Hampshire mental health service launches new campaign

Supporting the mental health and wellbeing of young people in care is the focus of a new campaign launching in Hampshire this month.

Local parkrun to focus on mental health awareness and suicide prevention

Local mental health services have joined forces with parkrun to help raise awareness around mental health, stamp out stigma and share information about suicide prevention. 

Hospital patients have been shown the benefits of cycling through a Bikeability and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust initiative.

Patients at the Chichester Centre, a specialist mental health inpatient hospital run by Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, have received on-road cycle training and basic bike maintenance tuition from the county council’s Bikeability team. 

Have a say in the future of mental health services in your area

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is inviting local people to attend an engagement event next month and share their views which will help shape the future of mental health and learning disability services across the county.


Amazing Maisie - 11 year old sells handcrafted dog toys to raise funds for local mental health services

An inspirational young girl who has struggled with her mental health since a young age has started selling handcrafted dog toys to raise money to support the specialist local Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in her area.

How a Letter of Hope is helping people experiencing a mental health crisis

People living with mental health illnesses who are experiencing thoughts of suicide are being offered advice and support designed to give them hope and help plan for their future as part of a new project.

NHS marathon man to start new running club – all welcome!

A man who ran five marathons in five days raising thousands for NHS mental health services is starting two new free courses this January to help people who want to improve their running or start running.

Hellingly Centre wins funding for new arts project

One of our mental health units has been chosen to take part in an exciting new arts project which will help to improve the living environment for patients. 

Worthing based Consultant Psychiatrist raises awareness on mental illnesses in pregnancy and the role of the creative arts to support maternal, child and family mental health

A consultant physiatrist who uses music and the arts to help people through mental health challenges addressed parliament at an event in Westminster last week.

Dr Ramya Mohan, a Consultant Psychiatrist based in the Worthing Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), was invited to speak at ‘HOPE’, an event hosted at The House of Commons on Monday 10 December 2018.

New funding will continue to provide specialist mental health support to people in Sussex who become involved with the criminal justice system

A service which offers support to vulnerable people experiencing mental health problems who have become involved with the criminal justice system will continue run in Sussex.