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Why Sussex Partnership has teamed up with the National Numeracy Challenge

Sussex Partnership has teamed up with National Numeracy to support staff across the Trust who want to improve their everyday maths skills.

‘We Can Talk’ - new training to give hospital staff improved confidence when working with children and young people in a mental health crisis

Hospital staff in Brighton, Hove and Haywards Heath are going to receive specialist training to improve their knowledge, skills and confidence when working with children and young people who are experiencing mental health difficulties whilst in hospital or attending A&E in a mental health crisis.  

Worthing Mental Health Awareness Week

This year's annual event held in Worthing will take place 8-13 October at Offington Park Methodist Church. With a full programme of events including presentations from Sussex Partnership's Chief Finance Officer, Sally Flint, a talk from James Withey, author of the Recovery Letters and training with Grassroots Suicide Prevention on how to talk to someone who is feeling suicidal, it is set to be a very useful and informative event. 

Join our team at Lindridge care community

Are you caring, compassionate and looking for a job that makes a real difference? Then why not join our team at Lindridge care community in Hove. 

‘Paint it purple’ for World Mental Health Day this October

Heads On, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s charity, is asking everyone to ‘Paint It Purple’ on Wednesday 10 October to mark World Mental Health Day.

Challenging mental health stigma through art

An art exhibition in Eastbourne, which explores a local man’s journey through psychosis, is hoping to raise awareness of mental illness and raise vital funds for a mental health charity.

Our comment to BBC Panorama about child and adolescent mental health services

Tonight's BBC Panorama focuses on NHS child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS). We were asked for comment and here is what we said.

Unusual employment opportunity up for grabs at the Hellingly Centre

The Hellingly Centre, our mental health unit providing care and treatment for people aged 18-65, is looking for an experienced hair stylist to offer hairdressing and barbering services to patients.

Selden Centre gets seal of approval from Royal College of Psychiatrists

Congratulations to the Selden Centre, our specialist inpatient unit for people with learning disabilities, who have achieved an accreditation from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Welcoming our new Chief Nurse

We have appointed a new Chief Nurse, Acosia Nyanin, who will take up her role on 3 December 2018