Local Community Information


Southdown are an organisation of Social Prescribers who work in partnership with your GP to ensure you receive the right help and support for your needs.

They have a wide range of services that reach out to those most in need, including minority and under-represented groups. Whilst the services differ, they all have a shared support approach that focuses on five key areas (housing and homelessness prevention, health and wellbeing, financial resilience, community inclusion, and work and learning).

All the services are free and available for people aged 18 and over (some can also be accessed by young people aged 16 and over).
Click on the link for more information of how Southdown can help you; https://www.southdown.org/ 


Relate offers a range of services to help you with your couple and family relationships, whether you're young or old, straight, gay or bi, single or in a relationship.

Relate can help with the big relationship threatening problems as well as the issues that just make things a little less than perfect. Even if things are going well for you, they can help keep things that way.

Find your nearest Relate

Care for the Carers
Do you care for another person? Did you know there is help and support available to you too?

Visit the Care for the Carers webpage or their Facebook page  for more information

Bexhill Caring Community

Bexhill Caring Community have been serving the people of Bexhill for over 50 years. They offer a range of services including shopping, visiting, equipment hire and a community care service for attending medical appointments plus much more, for the elderly, people who are housebound and anyone of any age suffering with loneliness.



Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

As a patient, relative or carer sometimes you may need to turn to someone for on-the-spot help, advice and support. This is where the Patient Advice and Liaison Service comes in.

The Patient Advice and Liaison Service provides confidential, on-the-spot advice and support, helping you to sort out any concerns you may have about the care we provide, guiding you through the different advice and support.

Visit PALS for more information.

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