MindOut, in partnership with Allsorts Youth Project have been successful in their application for a £389,599 grant to provide a hardship crisis advocacy service for Brighton and Hove’s LGBTQ communities, running for the next five years.
In partnership with Brighton & Hove Healthwatch, this service will work with LGBTQ people who are in economic hardship, work to prevent hardship crisis and help people recover from crisis. Together, Allsorts and MindOut can offer a service across age ranges, responding to the differing, and similar, needs of young people and older adults.
Helen Jones, MindOut CEO said: ‘We are delighted to have been successful and secured this grant from the Big Lottery Fund. More and more people are coming to us in hardship, this service is much needed.’