Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service

Wellbeing Service for Adults (age 18+)

What we offer

How can we help?

The Wellbeing Service offers therapeutic support to people through our Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service. The service provides different types of talking therapies if you are experiencing mild to moderate depression, general anxiety and worry, panic attacks, social anxiety, traumatic memories and obsessive compulsive disorder. 

You can refer yourself to the service by completing the online form below. 

If you would prefer to complete the form on paper, please call us on 0300 002 0060 or email us at and we can send you a copy of the form.

Alongside our IAPT service, our Primary Care Practitioners are able to offer you short-term support if you're at a difficult time in your life. They can also discuss with you what other services are available to you in the city.

If you are seeking Advice and Information about yours or someone else's emotional wellbeing, we have a dedicated team of people at MIND in Brighton and Hove who are able to help. Please call us on 0300 002 0060 to get in touch or email

Our Work and Learning advisers based within MIND in Brighton and Hove offer advice to people using the service who are currently working or who are off sick from work that may require help to manage their health issues in the workplace.



If you feel you are not able to keep yourself safe, and do not need immediate medical assistance, you should contact the Mental Health Rapid Response Service which is able to offer immediate support: 0300 304 0078 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week including bank holidays).                            

Out of hours, the following sources of support are available:

  • Samaritans 116 123 (free number) or 01273 772277
  • Saneline 0300 304 7000 Open 4.30pm-10.30pm daily.
  • Sussex Mental Health Line 0300 5000 101 Open 5pm-9am on week nights, and on a 24 hours basis during weekends and Bank Holidays.

You can also call the NHS 111 service if you urgently need help or advice but it is not a life-threatening situation.