The Sussex Beacon charity offers specialist care and support for men, women and families affected by HIV. Open 365 days a year, we help people manage the everyday realities of living with this life-long condition that has no cure. Our inpatient and outpatient services help people living with HIV related illnesses, initiating new drug therapies or struggling with extreme side effects of HIV medication. The Sussex Beacon supports the whole person by addressing the physical, mental and social impact of HIV.
The Halloween Horror Show
Christopher Biggins to host monster fund raiser ‘The Halloween Horror Show’ on behalf of The Sussex Beacon
Actor and television presenter Christopher Biggins was announced as host of fundraising Ball ‘The Halloween Horror Show’, at the launch party for the event at the Brighton Hilton Metropole. The Ball, which will take place on Saturday 1st November of this year, will be raising valuable funds for The Sussex Beacon – a charity offering specialist care and support to men, women and families affected by HIV.
Sussex Beacon furniture store
The Sussex Beacon Shop, 72-73 London Road, Brighton BN1 4JE
We need good quality, clean furniture* and homeware for our charity shop at 72-73 London Road, Brighton. Donate your unwanted furniture to The Sussex Beacon and help us raise money for people living with HIV.
We also accept: clothing, shoes, bags, accessories, jewellery, valuables, books, and soft furnishings.
Call us on 01273 680264 and we will pick up your furniture for FREE.
*Unfortunately, we can’t accept white goods.
A safe and confidential space for women living with HIV
Wednesday 24th September
Volunteering and training event Representatives from organisations in Brighton and Hove will be providing information on volunteering opportunities, courses and back to work support.
Complementary therapies, a healthy lunch and a crèche service are provided. We can support with transport costs, in individual cases, please talk to us before you travel.
To reserve a place please contact: Paula or Claire at The Sussex Beacon Women and Families Service. Tel: 01273 645 698, or click here to email.
For women who have experienced living with HIV and would like to support others and learn new skills to become a Peer Mentor.
9.30am - 2.30pm on 2, 9, 16, 23 October and 6 & 11 November in Central Brighton
Run by the Women and Families service of The Sussex Beacon. For further information and to discuss booking a place on the course please contact Paula or Hattie 01273 645698 or click here to email. Please contact by 4th September.
Women & Families Service at The Lawson Unit
Find out how The Women and Families Service could support the emotional and social needs of you and your family.
To get support from us request an appointment when you are visiting The Lawson Unit.
We will be available once a month in clinic or you can contact us at The Sussex Beacon and speak directly to The Women and Families Team on 01273 645698 or click here to email.
A free course for people living with HIV
Four x 3 hour sessions in small groups to help you gain confidence in using a PC.
Each of the sessions will focus on a particular area of computers.
For further details and informal chat please contact Matt at The Sussex Beacon.
Tel: 01273 694 222 or click here to email.
Anxiety is a normal and natural reaction to something seen as stressful, dangerous, or threatening. Difficulties arise when the feelings of anxiety become excessive, resulting in restriction of our everyday activities.
Our service aims to provide help for people who are HIV+ve and experiencing difficulties caused by anxiety.
Every Tuesday and Thursday at The Sussex Beacon
Meeting the physical, social and psychological needs of people affected by HIV and AIDS, thereby enhancing their quality of life
Aimed at improving the sleep of people who are HIV+ve.
The broad aim of the service is to offer structured sessions so that we can identify what factors are contributing to your sleep problem and then identify ways of helping alleviate sleep difficulties.
Registered as an independent hospital, are designed to provide both clinical and therapeutic care to each client dependent on need.
The aims and wishes of the client are central to the design of such programmes. Our approach to care is one that focuses on empowering people to manage their own health with appropriate levels of support.
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