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Lewes

Your Way

47a Western Road
Lewes
East Sussex
BN7 1RL

01273 475219
lewes-yourway@together-uk.org

Daily drop-ins from 11am-2pm, Monday to Friday. Staff are available 9am-5.30pm and can be booked for 1:1 appointments. We also offer ‘pop up’ services in other areas of Lewes at a variety of times during the week.

  • Drop-in
  • Peer support
  • Social networking
  • Volunteering
  • Your Way individually tailored support


Accessing Your Way is designed to be as easy and straight forward as possible. We aim to make support genuinely self-directed for everyone we work with.
Your Way works alongside individuals as they overcome obstacles and move forward with their life. This might include:
  • Managing mental health
  • Entering education
  • Returning to work
  • Finding new hobbies and social activities
  • Solving housing issues
  • Making friends
  • Organising finances
  • Reducing need for mental health services

What we offer:
  • Bespoke one-to-one support to help individuals achieve their recovery goals.
  • Person-centred planning, using Recovery Star, WRAP Plan or other tailored tools.
  • Support to improve physical and mental wellbeing, access work, leisure, education and training opportunities.
  • Links with organisations, networks and peers across the local community.
  • An open-minded approach, and a service built on the principles of user leadership and excellent customer service.
  • Tailored support via personal budgets, direct payments, spot purchase and self-funders.
  • Peer support and peer support training.
  • Tailored volunteer opportunities.
  • A flexible programme of service user led groups and activities in the community.


Referrals accepted from: Community mental health teams, social workers, support workers, GPs, carers, family and friends, plus self-referral.
 
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Bexhill

Your Way
73a London Road
Bexhill-on-Sea
East Sussex
TN39 3LB

01424 213099
bexhill-yourway@together-uk.org

Daily drop-ins from 10am-2pm, Monday to Friday. Staff can be booked for 1:1 appointments at our hub or out in the community. We also offer ‘pop-up’ services in other areas of Bexhill and rural Rother such as Rye at a variety of times during the week.

Accessing Your Way is designed to be as easy and straight forward as possible. We aim to make support genuinely self-directed for everyone we work with.
Your Way works alongside individuals as they overcome obstacles and move forward with their life. This might include:
  • Managing mental health
  • Entering education
  • Returning to work
  • Finding new hobbies and social activities
  • Solving housing issues
  • Making friends
  • Organising finances
  • Reducing need for mental health services

What we offer:
  • Bespoke one-to-one support to help individuals achieve their recovery goals.
  • Person-centred planning, using Recovery Star, WRAP Plan or other tailored tools.
  • Support to improve physical and mental wellbeing, access work, leisure, education and training opportunities.
  • Links with organisations, networks and peers across the local community.
  • An open-minded approach, and a service built on the principles of user leadership and excellent customer service.
  • Tailored support via personal budgets, direct payments, spot purchase and self-funders.
  • Peer support and peer support training.
  • Tailored volunteer opportunities.
  • A flexible programme of service user led groups and activities in the community.

Referrals accepted from: Community mental health teams, social workers, support workers, GPs, carers, family and friends, plus self-referral.
 
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Hastings

Your Way
Carisbrooke House
Stockleigh Road
St Leonards-on –Sea
East Sussex
TN38 0JP

01424 434886
hastings-yourway@together-uk.org

Daily drop-ins from 10am-2pm, Monday to Friday. Staff can be booked for 1:1 appointments at our hub or out in the community. We also offer ‘pop-up’ services in Hastings at a variety of times during the week.

  • Drop-in
  • Peer support
  • Social networking
  • Volunteering
  • Individually tailored support

Accessing Your Way is designed to be as easy and straight forward as possible. We aim to make support genuinely self-directed for everyone we work with.
Your Way works alongside individuals as they overcome obstacles and move forward with their life. This might include:
  • Managing mental health
  • Entering education
  • Returning to work
  • Finding new hobbies and social activities
  • Solving housing issues
  • Making friends
  • Organising finances
  • Reducing need for mental health services

What we offer:
  • Bespoke one-to-one support to help individuals achieve their recovery goals.
  • Person-centred planning, using Recovery Star, WRAP Plan or other tailored tools.
  • Support to improve physical and mental wellbeing, access work, leisure, education and training opportunities.
  • Links with organisations, networks and peers across the local community.
  • An open-minded approach, and a service built on the principles of user leadership and excellent customer service.
  • Tailored support via personal budgets, direct payments, spot purchase and self-funders.
  • Peer support and peer support training.
  • Tailored volunteer opportunities.
  • A flexible programme of service user led groups and activities in the community.

Referrals accepted from: Community mental health teams, social workers, support workers, GPs, carers, family and friends, plus self-referral.
 
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Newhaven

Your Way
Marshall Lane
Newhaven
East Sussex
BN9 9RB

01273 514753
newhaven-yourway@together-uk.org

Daily drop-ins from 11-2pm, Monday to Friday. Staff are available for 9am-5.30pm and can be booked for 1:1 appointments. Other groups take place at a variety of times during the week.


Accessing Your Way is designed to be as easy and straight forward as possible. We aim to make support genuinely self-directed for everyone we work with.
Your Way works alongside individuals as they overcome obstacles and move forward with their life. This might include:
  • Managing mental health
  • Entering education
  • Returning to work
  • Finding new hobbies and social activities
  • Solving housing issues
  • Making friends
  • Organising finances
  • Reducing need for mental health services

What we offer:
  • Bespoke one-to-one support to help individuals achieve their recovery goals.
  • Person-centred planning, using Recovery Star, WRAP Plan or other tailored tools.
  • Support to improve physical and mental wellbeing, access work, leisure, education and training opportunities.
  • Links with organisations, networks and peers across the local community.
  • An open-minded approach, and a service built on the principles of user leadership and excellent customer service.
  • Tailored support via personal budgets, direct payments, spot purchase and self-funders.
  • Peer support and peer support training.
  • Tailored volunteer opportunities.
  • A flexible programme of service user led groups and activities in the community.

Referrals accepted from: Community mental health teams, social workers, support workers, GPs, carers, family and friends, plus self-referral.
 
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Brighton

Brighton Adult ADHD Support Group

The Caxton Arms
36 North Gardens
Brighton
BN1 3LB

mail@adhdbrighton.org.uk

Every 2nd Wednesday of the month, drop in any time between 7pm – 10pm


We are a peer led support group based in Brighton UK for adults (18+) diagnosed or actively seeking diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) established in May 2011. We offer support, coping strategies and raising awareness of adult ADHD. Run by adults with ADHD for adults with ADHD

Why come to our support group?
Living with ADHD affects every part of life and at times can be isolating. Coming to a support group to share coping strategies and meeting like-minded people who are dealing with the same issues as you is supportive and motivating. Come along to meet new friends, share information, discuss diagnosis, getting access to services and have fun!

What to expect at the meetings?
The group is a relaxed social get together of around 10 to 20 people from all walks of life. On arrival you will be welcomed by one of the organisers and you can talk as little or as much as you like. We understand it can be daunting to come along to a group for the first time and we want to make you feel as comfortable as possible, if you have any questions or worries please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to help you. All meetings are confidential, no judgements are made and no issue is too delicate. No appointment necessary please feel free to just turn up.


Self Referral
 
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