Brighton & Hove Inclusion Support Service (BHISS) Schools Wellbeing Service

Our team works with schools to help them provide support for children and young people 0 to 25 years old who have mental health needs.

Examples of mental health problems include anxiety, depression, eating disorders, phobias, psychosis and suicidal feelings.

Our team:

  • provides training for schools and other professionals to support children and understand their mental health needs
  • helps schools be more proactive in meeting mental health needs of children and young people
  • gives advice and support to parents, including consultations and workshops
  • provides group work with children and young people
  • works closely with other teams in BHISS

If you're concerned about your child's emotional mental health and wellbeing, get in touch. We are offering telephone consultations with a primary mental health worker while schools are closed due to Covid-19.

Please note, this is not a crisis line. If you need immediate support, contact your GP, call CAMHS on 03003 040 061 or go direct to A&E.

Schools Wellbeing Service Consultation Line [.DOC 36KB] 

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How to get support from us

Get in touch and leave your name and phone number if you want to speak to a primary mental health worker.

Your child's school will contact us if they need support from us.

Talk to your child’s teacher or Special Educational Needs Coordinator if you think your child needs support from BHISS.


10 County Oak Avenue, Brighton, BN1 8DJ

Contact information

Opening times

Phone lines are open 9am to 5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 4:30pm on Fridays.

Please leave your name and phone number and a primary mental health worker will call you back. We aim to return your call within two days, but if there is high demand this may be longer.


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