Living Well with Multiple LTCs: Where to go for Information and Support




If the interview has raised any concerns about your current or future health and social care needs and/or prompted any upsetting thoughts or memories, please see the list of organisations below that may be able to help you.

Most of the organisations has been taken from the Brighton and Hove Council website and includes organisations that have adapted how they work in light of Covid-19 and the need for us to keep our social distance.



Support Services for Young People in Brighton & Hove. If you’re aged 12–25, you can search for different services that Brighton & Hove has to offer from local activities and clubs to health, wellbeing and advice.

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Brighton and Hove Foyer

Located in Brighton city centre, at Brighton and Hove Foyer, we provide support for 50 young people aged 16 to 25, encouraging them to develop their skills and live as independently as possible.

Telephone: 01273 242700

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MIND Brighton and Hove

The Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service for Children and Young People (age 4-25) offers support to young people who are experiencing mild depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and relationship issue.

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If you are having a difficult time or worried about someone, the Samaritans provide a confidential listening ear. They’re available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Call free on 116 123

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For a full list visit the Directory of Youth Services on the Brighton and Hove Council website.