What's on in Southwick (Corner House)

If you're in the Adur area and looking for help with your mental health, you've come to the right place. Our team is now offering video calls, online video group sessions and phone support

Our Pathfinder support hub in Southwick at the Corner House is offering online one-to-one sessions, group sessions to socialise with others, and learning and development workshops.

The current weekly online groups include:

    • Quiz, Mondays, 11.30am
    • Positive well-being drop-in with Alan, Mondays, 2pm.
    • Fun fitness session, Tuesdays, 10.30am for 30 minutes
    • Art session, Tuesdays, 11am-12.30pm
    • Poetry session, Tuesdays, 2pm-3pm.
    • Positive well-being drop-in with Jill, Wednesdays, 11am.
    • Charcoal drawing, Wednesdays, 2pm-3.30pm
    • Fun fitness session, Thursdays, 11am for 30 minutes.
    • Positive well-being drop-in with Jenny, Fridays, 12noon.
    • Weight management, Thursdays, 12pm.
    • Creative writing Zoom group, Fridays, 10.30-11.30am.

We also have a private Facebook group for people who get support with us in the Adur area.

Our team can help you with:

  • Advice and information about your mental health and about other services
  • One-to-one support to set goals, review your progress and discuss any issues you are dealing with
  • Focused learning and development workshops (currently online) led by staff and trained peer mentors. Sessions will help you achieve your goals around improving mental and physical well-being and support your personal development
  • Access to a peer mentor. You can find out more about peer mentoring here.

Contact us at pathfinder.adur@westsussexmind.org to find out more or you can complete the I Would Like Support form here.

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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.

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