"Southdown - making life work"

    a leading provider of care, support and housing services for vulnerable people in Sussex


    Southdown is much more than a housing provider.

    Over recent years we have significantly expanded the range of services we provide. Each year we now provide support to over 9,500 vulnerable people across Sussex to help them live their lives to the full.

    Click here to find out about the wide range of services we provide.


    Are you looking for work that is challenging but rewarding and good fun? Can you provide support for vulnerable people to live as independently as possible, in their own homes and in the local community? Do you want a role where your enthusiasm and commitment are really appreciated?

    If yes, we may have a job opportunity to suit you.

    Click here to read about all our current employment opportunities.


    A new mental health learning and community hub has opened in the heart of Brighton.

    Situated on Frederick Place, the hub is home to a range of services designed to help people improve their wellbeing especially where mental health has been impacted by challenges in life. Click here to read more.

    Southdown staff recognised in national mental health awards

    Two Brighton employment specialists for people living with mental health needs have been recognised as providing some of the best care and support available nationally. Samantha Ripley and Lorna Carter, who both work at Southdown, were selected as highly commended finalists in the Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards. Click here to read more.

    Southdown’s supported living service in Worthing celebrate ten years of providing care and support for people with learning disabilities

    To mark the occasion, staff, people supported by the service and their families got together for a celebratory party and shared memories from the past ten years. The Mayor of Worthing, Councillor Vic Walker, joined the celebrations. Click here to read more.


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