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Our directory lists details of the range of services and activities provided by our 550+ members, all of which are voluntary or community organisations based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing.
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Provides recreational facilities for children and young people in Rottingdean, Ovingdean and west Saltdean.
Parentskool is a social enterprise that runs antenatal classes for first time parents, using all profits made to reinvest in community projects to offer free classes in Sussex (starting in Brighton). Our social goals include: to reduce babies dying of cot death; to increase women exclusively breastfeeding for longer; to reduce the impact and onset of post natal depression; to reduce the number of babies being hospitalised by gastroenteritis and more.
We are a community action team = Patcham CAT supported by both Sussex Police and Brighton & Hove City Council.
We support local residents on a wide range of issues but with major focus on helping the vulnerable and elderly.
Patcham Memorial Hall provides a community hall for the residents and community groups in Patcham such as the U3A, WI it also hosts many dance clubs such as Scottish & French in addition to other dance and fitness groups.
PATCHED offers support and services for the families, friends and carers of adult substance misusers through: free phone helpline; advice and information; carer needs assessment; one to one counselling; support groups; outreach support; and training and courses.
A community health project offering an affordable, open access Ear Acupuncture service for people with stress, anxiety and depression, drug and alcohol dependency, mental health issues and Hepatitis C and HIV infection.
Pathways to Independence is a supported housing project for 16-25 year old vulnerable young adults, working with care leavers, asylum seekers, young mothers, offenders, substance misusers and those with mental health issues.
Pavilions is the adult community Drug & Alcohol Service for Brighton & Hove. It is available to anyone concerned about their drug or alcohol use, or for the families & carers supporting those struggling with substance misuse.