We are part of UOK Brighton and Hove
(previously known as Community Roots partnership)
UOK is citywide network that brings together 16 separate organisations to strengthen, develop and integrate mental health support for different levels of need.
UOK Brighton and Hove is co-ordinated by housing, care and support organisation Southdown, in partnership with Allsorts Youth Project, Assert, Brighton Women’s Centre, Cruse Bereavement Care, Fabrica, Friends, Families & Travellers, Grassroots, The Hangleton & Knoll Project, Mind in Brighton and Hove, Mind Out, Money Advice Plus, Trust for Developing Communities, Rethink, Switchboard and The Clare Project.
The freephone service is available on 0808 196 1768 is open Monday to Friday between 9am to 5pm. Callers will be given help to navigate and access relevant services.
A review of Community Roots’ first year is now available.
TDC works with people and groups from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities. We provide support for community groups to flourish which in turn supports the well-being of their members. We also work with individuals, supporting them to improve their well-being by connecting them with useful services.
If you or your group would like support around well-being please contact us using the form below or on