A voice and a choice for our mental health
We provide a number of digital support services for anyone to access anywhere.
We run 3 support service websites, as well as social media pages. This allows us to expand our reach to people all around England.
Where To Go For is a support service database and online map for support in Brighton and Hove. Covering areas from mental health, to physical activity, to money, employment, parenting, and volunteering to name a few, Where To Go For enables 13-25 year olds to find the help they need in any area of their life. We are extremely lucky in Brighton and Hove to have a strong support community for young people, but finding help isn’t always easy. Where To Go For allows young people to browse through over 100 services in the local area, finding the services that are close to them.
Find Get Give is part of the Innovation Labs initiative. It’s an England-wide database of mental health support services that work with young people aged 16-25. The site allows young people to find help in their local area, and offer their feedback to those services once they’ve accessed their help. Find Get Give allows young people to make informed choices about the services they access. It also enables services to gather much-needed feedback and opinions on what is working for young people, and what isn’t.
The website is now live and is currently receiving some exciting updates during 2016.
Doc Ready is part of the Innovation Labs initiative. It was developed in partnership with young volunteers from Right Here Brighton and Hove. It contains advice and information about visiting a GP about a mental health issue. It also allows people to build a checklist in order to prepare for the meeting itself.
With GP appointments lasting a maximum of 15 minutes, it’s useful to prepare in advance to ensure you say everything you need to as quickly as possible. This gives your doctor more time to effectively diagnose and treat you. Doc Ready can help make that happen.
Connect with us and join in the discussion.
Right Here Brighton and Hove is affiliated with various social networks, and you can choose how you’d like to engage with us.
- Like us on Facebook – you can talk to us directly, keep up to date on the latest Right Here news, and keep an eye out for regular competitions which you can take part in.
- Follow us on Twitter – we tweet the latest news about both Right Here and mental health. Keep up with the discussion.
- Subscribe to our YouTube channel – we post videos about our work and short films that can help you.