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Who we are
Richmond Fellowship’s Horsham Outreach Community Based Support service works with individuals affected by mental ill health already living in their own homes to receive assistance with day-to-day tasks and activities, such as budgeting finances or doing the weekly food shop.
This Richmond Fellowship service is a part of Pathfinder West Sussex, supporting people with their mental health and wellbeing. Pathfinder is an alliance of organisations providing a single point of access to mental health support across West Sussex. To find out more, visit www.pathfinderwestsussex.org.uk
What we do
Short term Outreach – For people living independently and who need support on a short term basis with a specific goal. We work with a mutually agreed support plan to work towards a specific goal e.g. to resolve a housing issue, to apply for further education. This support can be delivered wherever is most appropriate, including in hospital. People can access this service many times but for those who need frequent and ongoing interventions then our long term service might be more appropriate.
Long term Outreach – This service is for people with serious and enduring mental health problems who have complex needs. Support for those that qualify for self directed support: The service primarily aims to address social exclusion, day to day issues e.g housing and benefits and relapse prevention.
Who we help
Our service is for adults aged over 18 with mental health support problems who are registered with a GP and/or are resident in the areas served by Horsham and Crawley Borough Councils.
Please contact the service for more information.
Download our Horsham Outreach leaflet.