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Super Siblings
SuperSiblings is a UK Registered Charity - Number: 1181061
SuperSiblings is a UK Registered Charity - Number: 1181061


Below is a selection of groups and organisations operating in the local area that provide services and support to children, young people and adults.


Sibs exists to support people who grow up with or have grown up with a disabled brother or sister. It represents the needs of over half a million young siblings and over one and a half million adult siblings. Services include peer support networks, workshops, guides and online support groups.

NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

Chalkhill in Haywards Heath is one of the country’s leading hospitals for treating children and young people with serious mental health problems. With a catalog of documents and podcasts and a highly qualified team at hand.  

Carers Support

Offering services including counselling and access to relaxation therapies as well as a Carer Wellbeing fund, Support Groups and Carer Response Line, Carers Support knows how important that carers look after themselves as well as those they support. It runs more than 60 support groups across West Sussex every month, catering for all types of caring situation.

Young Carers

Identifying If you are a young Carer, highlighting the help that is available and how to get help.


A place to grow, to learn, to create…
A place to have fun or simply a safe place to be.


Young Minds parents Hotline

A hotline for any parent of anyone under the age of 25 who is concerned or is in need of advice about there child’s mental health