We will gradually build a library of useful links and resources you might find helpful. We'll make every effort to keep it up to date and if you notice anything incorrect or out of date, let us know. And if you know of any resources that should be on here, please also let us know. Note that we are not responsible for the content of 3rd party websites.
Mind - is a treasure trove with oodles of general information on mental health; from types of mental health issues to drugs and treatment, your legal rights and living with someone with a mental health issue. Check it out.
Sane - one of the UK's leading mental health charities offers a range of support including phone support.
Rethink Mental Illness - provides support, information, research and more on the topic of mental health.
The Mental Health Foundation - from research and political lobbying for mental health to practical self-help booklets to support mental wellbeing.
Relationship, Family & Children
Domestic Abuse Support in West Sussex - West Sussex County Council's website with information about what to do if you, or someone you know, is being abused.
Domestic Abuse Helplines:
Relate - their website offers a lot of information on relationship related topics.
Family Links - a nationwide charity offering Nurturing Programme Parent Groups; in Worthing these groups are currently offered at The Salvation Army Café in Worthing – 9-13 Crescent Road, Worthing, BN11 1RL; contact the Salvation Army direct.
Gambling & Addictions
GamCare - is the leading provider of information, advice, support and free counselling for the prevention and treatment of problem gambling.
Gamblers Anonymous UK - offers help for the compulsive gambler including a Forum, Chat Room, Literature and a meeting finder.
Be Gamble Aware - offers a free online chat and a Freephone helpline.
Lighthouse Recovery - offers a comprehensive addiction recovery service in Worthing.
Addaction - a UK-wide treatment agency that helps individuals, families and communities to manage the effects of drug and alcohol misuse.
Al-Anon Family Groups - provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking.
AA - Alcoholics Anonymous - a free self-help group. Its "12-step" programme involves getting sober with the help of regular support groups.