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Langley Green becomes first mental health hospital to receive award for offering improved support to LGBTQ community

Langley Green Hospital in Crawley, which provides specialist mental health services to adults, is the first psychiatric hospital in the UK to receive the ‘LGBTQ Inclusion Award’, which acknowledges hospitals who have taken significant steps to make their services more inclusive of LGBTQ people.

Team at Langley Green Hospital in Crawley win top national award

The team at Langley Green Hospital in Crawley has scooped a top national award in recognition of the outstanding mental health care they provide.

Hampshire mental health service recognised at national awards ceremony

Two innovative projects in Hampshire have been praised at a prestigious national award ceremony, which recognises excellent practice in mental health services.

Dare to Care

We have launched a new way to inspire our staff to be greener at work. 

Schoolchildren design Zimmer frames to help local people with dementia avoid falls

On Friday 5 October, local schoolchildren will be designing and creating bespoke Zimmer frames for patients on Brunswick Ward at Mill View Hospital in Hove. 

Allied Health Professional (AHP) Day

To mark the first Allied Health Professionals (AHP’s) day on 15 October clinicians from Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust will be holding events in Worthing and Crawley to highlight the crucial and often unsung role Allied Health Professionals play in the NHS. 

Locals ‘paint it purple’ to show their support for World Mental Health Day

Sussex was painted purple this week after an NHS mental health charity asked for local people to get involved and raise awareness of the importance of mental health.

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.