Right Here

Works with:

NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training), Young parents, Young carers, Those who have been bullied or bully others, Young people who feel isolated, Homeless or separated from families, Those who misuse substances, LGBTU (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, or Unsure), Young people with physical and/or learning disabilities, Young offenders, Young people in or leaving care, Asylum seekers or refugees, Black and minority ethnic young people

Description of Project:

Right Here works with young people in Brighton and Hove around mental wellbeing. The project

  • Hosts free activities such as Creative Arts For Building Confidence, Keep Calm and Carry On (Anger Management) and Walk and Talk (group walk and counselling session.
  • Runs a Mental Health Promotion group – They aim to reduce the stigma still associated with mental health and encourage more discussion between young people and their GP.
  • Runs a Young Men’s Health Champions group – works to improve the provision and promotion of health services to young men in the city.
  • Develops digital tools such as Find Get Give and Doc Ready


Brighton and Hove


T 01273 222580

For more information please take a look at our website www.right-here-brightonandhove.org.uk.

We are also on Facebook and Twitter.


Activities are held in various locations in Brighton and Hove (you will be provided with more information when signing up). Other work takes place in GP practices, colleges, universities, and youth clubs. Right Here is based at Reed House.