Clinics and Locations

All clinics have disabled access
If you are feeling unwell and have upper respiratory health symptoms such as a cough, runny nose, sore throat, sneezing, muscle aches or fever, remain at home and phone NHS 111 or phone your local GP practise (do NOT go in person). Thank you very much.

TUESDAY: 10.30am to 12.30pm
Mind
51 New England Street
Brighton BN1 4GQ
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This clinic is shut until further notice.


WEDNESDAY: 10.15am to 11.15am
•  for people with mental health issues
Preston Park Recovery Support Centre
18 Preston Park Avenue
Brighton BN1 6HL
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You will need to be registered with Southdown Recovery Services. Further information and registration forms are here

This clinic is shut until further notice.


THURSDAY: 12.30pm to 3pm
CGL
Richmond House
Richmond Road
Brighton BN2 3RL
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This clinic is shut until further notice.


FRIDAY: 4.30pm to 7pm
Cornerstone Community Centre
Church Road
Hove BN3 2FL
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A restricted clinic will re-open on Friday, 17th July 2020. Please see the News & Events page for further information.




Pathways to Health works in association with
Pavilions, Mind and Southdown Recovery Services
in Brighton and Hove

Medical Advisor to the Board of Directors: Dr Rebecca Jarvis GP
Patron: John Tindall, Director, Yuan Traditional Medicine College
 



Our Charges
Pathways to Health is an independent charity that receives no direct statutory funding. We rely heavily on your contributions which are related to your household income.
Unwaged £5.00
Income under £12,000 £6.00
£12,000 to £15,000 £8.00
£15,000 to £20,000 £10.00
£20,000 to £30,000 £13.00
£30,000 + £15.00

Paying as much as you can afford helps us to ensure that this unique service continues.
 

The Team
Pathways practitioners and volunteers
Practitioners and volunteers
The practitioners working at Pathways to Health clinics are all highly qualified professionals with experience of working with people affected by drug and alcohol addiction, mental and emotional health issues, and Hepatitis C and HIV.

We are committed to offering a high quality, low-cost and effective service which is open to everyone.

We wish to be accessible to client groups who would not otherwise be in a position to receive these complementary therapies and thus benefit from a holistic approach to their health care.

We believe that people are empowered by being given choice in their treatments, and this enables them to take more control of their lives.

We liaise closely with other health professionals and voluntary and statutory agencies involved with our clients' care to ensure that the most beneficial service is being provided.