Support for Children

Young Carers

Emma Moreton from the Survivors Network is setting up some new groups in the East Sussex and Brighton and Hove area. Emma has booked Community House (Meridian Centre) from 4 – 5pm beginning Weds 17th April for 4 weeks to hold a Trauma Recovery and Wellbeing Group. If we could please give me the names and contact details of any interested self-identifying females that are wanting to take part, that would be great.

The purpose of the groups is to equip and support young people aged between 14 - 18 who are at risk of sexual violence and/or recognised as needing support around healthy relationships, self-care, understanding consent, boundaries and more. Emm can also offer specific groups focusing on feminism, and becoming peer advocates and allies. The groups will be responsive to needs so can be set up for self-identifying females or self-identifying males, LGBTQ+, as required.

Please contact Emma directly or email with name of the

Is aimed at Young carers and those on free school meals. It's on Thuesday 11th April 10:30 - 2:30 at Emmanuel Church in Eastbourne, for those that qualify travel can be arranged.

Culture Shift Logoare running a HAF Spray graffiti programme on 10th April. It's aimed at children aged 10 - 14. It's taking place at Lewes College, on Mountfield Road. Click here or on the image above for more details.

The Joff Youth Centre

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Newhaven Youth Centre

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Young People in East Sussex

The Mental Health Support Team have created the following social media platforms to share self-help resources and information on mental health and wellbeing:

Young People in East Sussex – on Twitter, @YoungPeople_ES
Young People in East Sussex – on Facebook, @YoungPeople.ESussex
Young People in East Sussex - on Instagram, @youngpeople_esussex

Local Safeguarding Children Partnership

The purpose of ESSCP is to support and enable all professionals, working with children and families in East Sussex, to work together in a system where:

Children are safeguarded and their welfare promoted.

Partner organisations and agencies collaborate, share and co-own a vision for safeguarding children.

For a better understanding of this support, you can visit the website:

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