Health and Wellbeing
Information on local services for health and wellbeing.
Mid Sussex Wellbeing Service
The Mid Sussex Wellbeing Service provides information, help and advice on all things that can affect wellbeing including ways to quit smoking, become more active, eat a balanced diet or to find ways to improve emotional and mental wellbeing. For more information please click on the following link to visit the Wellbeing website.
Mid Sussex Wellbeing Outreach at Burgess Hill Town Council Help Point
Fridays 10am-3.30pm, by appointment only.
Please click on the following link for more information on Help Point Surgeries.
NHS Sussex Partnership
For a full list of local services, locations and information about conditions please click on the following link to visit the NHS Sussex Partnership website.
Local Mental Health Support
For more information on mental health services please click on the following link to visit the NHS website.
For information on Respite Care, please click on the following link to visit the NHS website.
Burgess Hill Carers Support Group is a peer support group provided by the Alzheimer’s Society, giving carers the opportunity to meet with others in a similar situation, based at The King’s Church.
Carers Emergency Alert Card is a credit-card sized laminated card which will identify you as a carer if you are out alone and become ill or have an accident. The scheme is free of charge for West Sussex residents.
Carers UK Digital Resource for Carers brings together a wealth of information and resources designed to support those looking after a loved one who is older, disabled or seriously ill.
Carers Support West Sussex provides information and support for friends, families and partners of people with a long-term health condition including memory loss and dementia.
Jointly is an app that makes caring for someone a little easier, less stressful and a lot more organised by making communication and coordination between those who share the care as easy as a text message.
Neighbourly Care is a support and befriending charity run by volunteers providing practical help to people of all ages experiencing or caring for someone with illness, frailty, disability, social isolation or a sudden crisis.
Pamper Day for Carers is an annual event held at Burgess Hill Girls school, and is free for any local resident who provides unpaid care to a family member or friend. Look out for the next date in the local press, the Town Council’s About Town Magazine, website and social media.
Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust Carers Health Team can offer support for carers over the age of 18 registered with a West Sussex GP.
Companionship and Outings
The Zodiac Club is a members’ social club for single people over the age of 60 who are retired, semi-retired or working, and is for those who would perhaps like to meet new friends and enjoy some of the social events which we organise – but is definitely not a dating agency!
If this is something you’d like to try, please contact:
Allen 01444 455763
June 01825 722539
Helen 07989 935594
Information on local support for young people can be found on the Town Council’s Youth Zone website.