Getting help

We support people of all ages, carers and families who are affected by mental health problems

I was struggling to maintain my recently improved mental health. I have been quite amazed by the support West Sussex Mind was able to offer in lockdown

Service user, Worthing

If you have mental health issues of any sort or are struggling with how you are feeling, you have come to the right place. West Sussex Mind is here to ensure you have somewhere to turn for help and advice.

We can help with problems ranging from anxiety, stress and depression to bi-polar disorder, psychosis, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and schizophrenia.

But you don't need to have a mental illness diagnosis to get support with us. Perhaps you're under strain and feeling unable to cope, struggling with depression or having trouble getting over a bereavement. Maybe you've been self-harming or have an eating disorder.

So, whether you’ve just started to have difficulties, face long-term issues or are supporting a family member, we can support you directly or advise you where to find information and further help.

We've also quickly adapted our ways of working to ensure we're able to support people during the coronavirus crisis.

One in four of us will have a mental health issue so remember, you are not alone.

Member of Pathfinder West Sussex

As a member of Pathfinder West Sussex, our support hubs are linked to a network of mental health services across the county. Pathfinder West Sussex is an alliance of organisations working together to enable people with mental health support needs, and their carers, to improve their mental health and well-being.

> pathfinderwestsussex.org.uk

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