There are a variety of apps available to help you cope with how you are feeling
Due to Coronavirus, we now have new arrangements for providing mental health support.
Sue Hawker, former vice-chair, steps into the lead role
Our anti-stigma work took us into schools to encourage children to talk about mental health. Louisa Hernandez is pictured with Thomas A Becket pupils
Sally Lefroy, now vice-chair, chaired West Sussex Mind from 2015-2019
In the past, the ethics and development of mental health care were poor. This image of an old psychiatric ward is a stark reminder of historic treatment
Find out about our RED January campaign, our new town centre service, our 50th anniversary year and more
RED January is the first event in our 50th year. There are lots of ways you can be involved and help us celebrate our half century. Please get in touch
The annex at Methold House is a welcoming and relaxing venue
A personal perspective on our first ever service users' Get Together, held on World Mental Health Day, October 2019. Guest speaker was Sophie Cook
No one should have to face a mental health problem alone. We’re a charity and rely on your support to continue our work. Find out how you can donate and give someone hope.Donations
If you need to talk to someone urgently, please click here to get help.Crisis support
If you’d like to contact us by phone, email or social media, please click here for our contact details.Get in touch
We won't give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect
We support people of all ages, carers and families who are affected by mental health problems.
Are you a professional, parent or carer looking for training courses in mental health?
Making a donation, raising funds, volunteering, helping us raise awareness …there are plenty of ways you can support us