Find out our facts and figures for the year and stories from some of the people we have supported
One woman shares her personal story about mental problems, self-harm and recovery
Some of our volunteers at the end of the parade at the first ever Worthing Pride
Coastal West Sussex Mind at the Ryan Chapman Cup 2018
The pressure of exams can cause stress and anxiety. Here is one young person's experience
Champions with the Rural Minds Matters bus launched in Midhurst during the week
Read about the partnership working between Coastal West Sussex Mind and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust - and lots more news
Our chief executive Katie Glover with Public Health England's Cavita Chapman and Dr Deborah Allen
West Sussex Rocks campaign aims to spread anti-stigma message
We are pleased to announce a new programme of learning events for parents and carers of children and young people with Autism and ADHD/ADD.
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