COMMUNITY hubs have begun operating across East Sussex to bring extra help for people who need support in coping with the effects of coronavirus.
The hubs provide online forms and phone lines which anyone can contact to seek help if they are isolated, anxious or unwell at home and do not have family or friends they can call on.
Specialists from Public Health England (PHE) are working with East Sussex County Council and NHS colleagues following a confirmed case of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The case has recently returned home from a cruise. Continue reading
A SUPPORTED living service which helps people with learning disabilities or autism live independently in the community has opened after a major refurbishment.
Greenacres, in Mill Lane, South Chailey, now provides six self-contained one-bedroom flats with gardens for long-term tenants and two units for short stays. Continue reading
PEOPLE in East Sussex are being asked to give their views on how support for people with drug and alcohol disorders is delivered in the county.
East Sussex County Council is asking people to join a ‘conversation’ about drugs and alcohol which it hopes will help break the stigma surrounding the subject and support those in need. Continue reading