Community Roots: Coronavirus Statement

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Community Roots: Coronavirus Statement

Updated: 18th November 2021

We want to reassure you that the mental health and wellbeing of our local communities has been at the very forefront of our plans as we have adapted to the changing times caused by the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Government guidance has relaxed considerably over recent months as a result of the roll out of the vaccination programme. As Lead Provider, Southdown’s guiding principle throughout the pandemic has been to follow Government advice and keep everyone as safe as possible. We remain committed to protecting the safety of staff and clients as we start to review our own guidance, to ensure it remains in line with the wider changes to Government advice.

Management of Covid-19 is a complex matter and our partner providers are taking time to reflect and seek the views of people across their organisations before making any significant changes. In the meantime, we have produced ‘at a glance’ list below of the current provision across the Community Roots network.

If you have any specific questions, please contact the relevant service provider from the list below.

For general enquires, click here to contact our Central Access Point team.
 

Allsorts Youth Project

  • One-to-one support: by telephone, online and face-to-face
  • Group support: online and face-to-face
     

Assert

  • One-to-one support: by telephone, online and face-to-face
  • Group support: online and face-to-face


Brighton Recovery College (provided by Southdown)

  • Training sessions: online and face-to-face
     

Brighton Women’s Centre

  • One-to-one support: by telephone, online and face-to-face walks
     

The Clare Project

  • Please contact for details
     

Community Engagement Service (provided by Southdown)

  • One-to-one support: by telephone, online and face-to-face


Cruse Bereavement Care

  • One-to-one support: by telephone and online (drop-ins available)
  • Group support: online


Fabrica (‘Men in Sheds’)

  • Group support: face-to-face


Family, Friends and Travellers

  • One-to-one support: by telephone and face-to-face


Grassroots

  • Training sessions: online and face-to-face


Hangleton and Knoll Project

  • Please contact for details


Mind in Brighton & Hove

  • One-to-one support: online and face-to-face
  • Group support: online and face-to-face


MindOut

  • One-to-one support: by telephone, online and face-to-face
  • Group support: online and face-to-face


Money Plus Advice

  • One-to-one support: by telephone and face-to-face (including drop-in support at Whitehawk foodbank)
     

Preston Park Recovery Centre (provided by Southdown)

  • One-to-one support: by telephone, online and face-to-face
  • Group support: online and face-to-face


Rethink

  • One-to-one support: by telephone, online and face-to-face
  • Group support: online and face-to-face
     

Switchboard

  • One-to-one support: by telephone
     

The Lighthouse (provided by Southdown)

  • One-to-one support: by telephone, online and face-to-face
  • Group support: online and face-to-face

 

Trust for Developing Communities (TDC)

  • One-to-one support: by telephone, online and face-to-face (drop-ins available)
  • Group support: online and face-to-face


Work and Wellbeing Employment Support (provided by Southdown)

  • One-to-one support: by telephone, online and face-to-face
     

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