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Armed Forces Mental Health Champion. Brighton & Hove.


Brighton & Hove Civil Military Partnership Board, comprising Brighton & Hove City Council, NHS Sussex Armed Forces Network, Royal British Legion and other partners across the city are pleased to launch the results of a project to provide pathways to services for ex armed forces across East and West Sussex. The project, funded by the Armed Forces Community Covenant Grant Scheme, and researched and designed by Joining Forces, cover pathways for services offered by public, private and voluntary organisations and include information on employment; social care; rough sleeping, physical health, mental health and housing. The resources are available online at http://www.sussexarmedforcesnetwork.nhs.uk/pathways/ and in hard copy by request to scdt.admin@nhs.net

The project aims to bring services together across the county and provide ‘at a glance’ information in particular for front line organisations working with ex armed forces across Sussex.