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  • Advocacy

    Services and Groups |Last updated: 17/11/2023

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  • Worthing Rethink Mental Health Carers Group

    Services and Groups |Last updated: 08/12/2023

    We are a peer-led support group for the carers, family members and friends of people with lived experience of mental illness. We also welcome people living with mental illness who wish to attend, as both sets of people share similar issues. We have three groups running: 1. A virtual meeting runs on the 2nd Monday of each month at 7pm. Contact us for details. 2. A face-to-face meeting is held on the 4th Monday of each month from 7pm at Meadowfield Hospital, Swandean, Arundel Road, Worthing BN13 3EF. Every month, we try to arrange for a guest speaker to talk to the group about their specialist area but always leave time for people to share concerns and receive support. 3. A drop-in session takes place on the first Wednesday of the month between 10:30am and 1pm, at The Happy Teapot Cafe, 7 Richmond Rd, Worthing BN11 1PN (opposite Worthing Library). Stay for 5 minutes, the whole time, or anywhere in between.

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  • Rethink Advocacy London Hub

    Services and Groups |Last updated: 17/11/2023

    Rethink Advocacy provides services under the Care Act, Mental Health Act, Mental Capacity Act, and in other situations where advocacy is not a legal right.

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  • Rethink Advocacy Essex Hub

    Services and Groups |Last updated: 17/11/2023

    Rethink Advocacy provides services under the Care Act, Mental Health Act, Mental Capacity Act, and in other situations where advocacy is not a legal right.

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  • Rethink North Advocacy Hub

    Services and Groups |Last updated: 17/11/2023

    Rethink Advocacy provides services under the Care Act, Mental Health Act, Mental Capacity Act, and in other situations where advocacy is not a legal right.

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  • Wider policy network

    Campaigns and policy |Last updated: 28/03/2024

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  • Policy and influencing

    Campaigns and policy |Last updated: 26/04/2024

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  • Ciara's Tribute Fund

    1 min read |Last updated: 20/06/2023

    In her life, she touched so many people with her warmth and caring personality and her sensitivity to the needs to of others. Ciara was born in the South London Hospital on 1st April 1981. She lived in Balham all her life moving to Hydethorpe road when she was a baby. She attended Henry Cavendish primary school where many remember her as a chatty and...

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  • Prime Minister urged to create new Mental Health Renewal Plan for England

    1 min read |Last updated: 26/06/2020

    Prime Minister urged by major coalition of charities to create a new Mental Health Renewal Plan for England to support the nation’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic The devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic demands an urgent renewal plan for the nation’s mental health to avoid crisis, according to an unprecedented coalition of over 50 voluntary...

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  • John Pringle's Letter

    1 min read |Last updated: 20/06/2023

    Fifty years ago, one newspaper article changed the way society talks about mental illness and led to the creation of Rethink Mental Illness. On the 9th of May 1970, The Times published an anonymous article by John Pringle. In it, he wrote honestly about his experience of caring for his son who had been diagnosed with schizophrenia, and the ways in which...

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  • Psychosis

    Advice and information |1 min read |Last updated: 22/05/2024

    This section covers what psychosis is and how you can get treatment. You might find this information useful if you experience psychosis. Or if you are a carer, friend or relative of someone who does.

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  • People and governance

    1 min read |Last updated: 01/05/2024

    Our people and governance Every single person who is part of our incredible team plays a vital role in helping us deliver our mission: to lead the way to a better life for everyone severely affected by mental illness.

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