Emotional Mental Health and Wellbeing Summer Support

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Coffee Morning/Afternoon

Hosted by the Schools Wellbeing Service

The council’s team of Primary Mental Health Workers are offering a coffee morning/afternoon for any parents or carers who are concerned about their child’s emotional mental health and wellbeing. This is a chance to have an informal chat about any questions you may have in a safe, friendly environment.

Group Room

Brighton & Hove Music & Arts Building

County Oak Avenue



Wednesday 1st August, 10:30-12:30

Friday 10thAugust,  2:00-4:00

Wednesday 22nd August, 10:30-12:30

Friday 31st August 2:00-4:00

Great Hall

Moulsecoomb Hub North

Hodshrove Lane, Moulsecoomb

Brighton     BN2 4SE

Wednesday 8th August,  10:30-12:30

Friday 17th August 2:00-4:00

Wednesday 29th August, 10:30-12:30



Chalky Road


BN41 2WS

Friday 3rd August  2:00-4:00

Wednesday 15th August, 10:30-12:30

Friday 24th August  2:00-4:00


Spaces are limited so please RSVP to emma.sharpe@brighton-hove.gov.uk with the session you would like to attend and number of people attending.

My child thinks everybody else seems so
happy and normal. I wish I knew how to support their mental health issues.”

Emotional Mental Health and Wellbeing Summer Telephone Consultation Line

Provided by the Schools Wellbeing Service

Telephone Consultation Line on 01273 293331.

This phone line will put parents and professionals in touch with a primary mental health worker available to provide advice and guidance on children and young people’s emotional mental health and wellbeing. Professionals will need parental consent to discuss a named young person under 16, or can seek general advice.

For any crisis or urgent concerns please call:


Specialist CAMHS:                     0300 304 0061 (office hours)


Sussex Mental Health Line:      0300 5000 101 (out of hours: 5pm-9am, weekends, bank holidays)


Useful Phone Numbers/Websites/Apps:

Childline: 0800 1111 / online chat

Samaritans: 116 123