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What would your mental health promise be?

It is really important that we all look after our mental health and emotional wellbeing and would know what to do or who to contact if we were having a difficult time. To help start a conversation with children and young people, this autumn Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in Sussex are inviting children, young people and professionals to make a ‘mental health promise’.

Be SAFE this World Suicide Prevention Day

Businesses and organisations across Sussex and Hampshire are being urged to make their staff SAFE this World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10) by downloading and printing handy new information cards.

Pledge your support for Cycle Round the Globe this Suicide Prevention Day

This year to mark world suicide prevention day (Tuesday, September 10), Sussex Partnership’s Chief Medical Officer Dr Rick Fraser is entering the Cycle around the Globe challenge 2019 – and calling on colleagues across the Trust to do the same.

Book your place now at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s AGM and Annual Members’ Meeting

Are you interested in learning more about the NHS mental health services delivered across Sussex and Hampshire?

Hampshire mental health service shortlisted for multiple awards at national healthcare awards ceremony

A specialist mental health service for children and young people in Hampshire has been shortlisted in multiple categories at a national healthcare awards ceremony.

Worthing based Consultant Psychiatrist nominated for national award

A consultant physiatrist who works with children and young people in Worthing has been nominated for a top honour in the Royal College of Psychiatrists 2019 Awards.

Hampshire mental health service nominated for award at national ceremony

A specialist eating disorder service for children and young people in Hampshire has been shortlisted for an award that recognises excellent practice in mental health services.

Local mental health nurse recognised for work with armed forces veterans

Martin Diver, a mental health nurse from Crawley, has been shortlisted for a national award in recognition of his work with armed forces veterans across Sussex.

Students graduate from “life-changing” mental health recovery courses in East Sussex

Students from the pioneering Sussex Recovery College gathered in Hastings recently to celebrate their graduation at a special ceremony. 

Join our Chichester event to input into proposals to improve mental health in West Sussex

People living in and around Chichester are invited to an NHS event to input into proposals to improve the quality and safety of mental health services for adults, older people and those living with dementia.