Suicide awareness and prevention

Preventing suicide in Sussex 

'Warning Signs' is a suicide prevention campaign targeting East Sussex, West Sussex and Brighton & Hove, specifically aiming to support the reduction of annual suicide amongst men in Sussex. It has been developed and is being led by Sussex Health and Care Partnership. You can learn more here:

Other organisations that can help

Sussex Mental Health Helpline 0300 500 0101
Samaritans 116 123
MIND Coastal West Sussex 01903 721893

Let's talk mental health Let's talk mental health

Good mental health means feeling positive about yourself, being able to cope with everyday pressures and being able to form and maintain relationships.

When we think of poor mental health we often think of certain conditions such as schizophrenia or depression. But mental health problems also include common conditions that can affect us all, such as stress, anxiety and ‘feeling down’.

How to get help

Sussex Community Mental Health Services - Assessment and Treatment team

This service is for individuals under the care of the community mental health team or needing advice as to how they get can access support. Professionals can also access this service for advice or signposting for individuals they have a concern about.

0300 304 0055 (Worthing & Littlehampton)
0300 304 0400 (Bognor & Chichester) - Information links