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Tributes paid to 'kind, caring and compassionate' mental health nurse

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is paying tribute to a much-loved mental health nurse, who passed away last week after contracting Covid-19

Remembering Wilbald Tesha

We are sad to share the news that one of our nurses, Wilbald Tesha (known as Tesha), died last week in hospital as a result of Covid-19. 

Experts issue mental health advice as children go back to school

Specialists from Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust's CAMHS are offering online tips to help children, parents and teachers to understand going back to school.

Remembering Ray Lyon

We are deeply saddened to share the news that our recently retired Chief Pharmacist, Ray Lyon, has passed away.

Taking on the Iron Hog Challenge to raise funds to support veterans

Major Tony Finch, Sgt Major Jack Hargreaves and Major Warren Mahoney will visit all 30 Harley Davidson dealerships across the UK in just 60 hours to raise funds for the Sussex Armed Forces Veterans Breakfast Club. 

Mental health trust receives award for supporting the armed forces community

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has received a prestigious national award for its work with the local armed forces community.

 

The latest edition of Partnership Matters has landed

Our newsletter, Partnership Matters is out now with all the latest information on our 'Working safely: stop the spread of viruses' campaign, our year of the nurse celebrations and a look at how our wonderful staff teams have been working differently these past few months. 

Local NHS staff given the first class treatment

Pilots and cabin crew are boosting the morale of NHS mental health workers in Hove by offering them a first class airline lounge experience.

Foundations For Our Future: Our commitment to improving the emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people

The number of children and young people needing help and support for their emotional health and wellbeing across Sussex grows every year. This is likely to have increased further, and at a faster rate, due to the ongoing crisis we are all facing with coronavirus. 

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.