If you are a resident of East Sussex (Excluding Brighton and Hove*), are over 18 and you would like to refer yourself, you can use the link below. 

 

Our aim is to make it as easy as possible for you to get an appointment with Health in Mind. Although the times can vary we aim to offer a first appointment to everybody within 4 weeks of your referral. 

 

When completing your referral you can opt for information not to be passed to your GP should you wish. (Please note there are rare occasions where information may be lawfully shared in the interests of protecting people from harm or prevention of serious crime.)

 

Once you have completed the referral, a member of the Health in Mind team will contact you to arrange your first appointment.

 

 

(When using the above link to complete a referral, please do not click the back button on your browser or the form will be reset and you have start again. If you are experiencing any difficulties with this form, please contact the service by email or phone using the details below)

 

This online referral service is provided in partnership with our clinical information service provider (PCMIS based at York University).

 

Please be assured that this process is completely secure and complies with data protection and information governance requirements.

 

General Contact info

 Please use our email address for all general and non urgent enquiries: 

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We can be reached by phone on: 44 (0) 300 00 30 130

Our office opening hours are Monday to Friday 9am-5pm. For support or advice outside of these hours please see alternative numbers below.

 

(*for Brighton and Hove residents contact the Brighton and Hove Wellbeing service on 0300 002 0060)

 

If you currently receive a service from the Trust, such as a psychiatrist or local community mental health team, then make contact with them as soon as you can. It may be helpful to refer to your care plan, which should have details of who to contact in an emergency. If you do not receive any of our services, the best thing to do is to get in touch with your own GP (family doctor). They may be able to help you themselves or put you in contact with more specialist mental health services. If you need to speak to someone urgently, or out of business hours, you may find one of the following telephone numbers helpful.

Sussex Mental Healthline - 0300 5000 101 - Telephone support and information Available Monday to Friday 5pm – 9am, and 24 hours at weekends and Bank Holidays.

Samaritans - 08457 90 90 90 - 24 hours, seven days a week. Confidential and non-judgemental emotional support whenever you need someone to talk to.

Saneline - 0845 767 8000 - Available 12pm - 2am. Saneline is an out-of-hours telephone helpline offering practical information, crisis care and emotional support to anybody affected by mental health problems.

NHS Direct - 0845 4647 - Available 24 hours, seven days a week NHS Direct provides advice and information about health and the NHS so that people are better able to care for themselves and their families. The service aims to provide clinical advice to support self-care and appropriate self-referral to NHS services, as well as access to more general advice and information. 

 

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has a leaflet on Confidentiality – Keeping Information Safe regarding your Personal Information and how we use it and Freedom of Information for patients, please see the link below.

Download Trust Confidentiality Policy