Fulfilling Lives

Supporting People with Multiple and Complex Needs.

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Fulfilling Lives

Supporting People with Multiple and Complex Needs.

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Fulfilling Lives South East is led by BHT Susssex and supported by a number of voluntary and statutory sector partners, providing intensive and tailored support to people with multiple and complex needs, helping the most vulnerable and hard to reach.

It also works alongside people with lived experience of multiple disadvantage, to achieve positive changes in services and make them better connected and easier to access. The Fulfilling Lives South East Project started in 2014 and is funded until July 2022 by the National Lottery Community Fund, and operates in Brighton and Hove, Eastbourne and Hastings.

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Latest News

Fulfilling Lives team presenting at Pathways From Homelessness 2021

Fulfilling Lives South East Partnership will be leading a webinar on our new report, ‘The Perspectives Project: Discussions on psychological support and complex trauma pre-substance misuse treatment’ at the Pathways ...
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Fulfilling Lives launches the ‘Perspectives Project Discussions on psychological support and complex trauma pre-substance misuse treatment’

Fulfilling Lives South East Partnership, with the kind support of many contributors from a range of contexts, have published ‘The Perspectives Project: Discussions on psychological support and complex trauma pre-substance ...
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Support BHT by buying something beautiful!

BHT employee Michaela is selling beautiful hand-made toys, decorations and baby mobiles online, to raise much needed funds for BHT this Christmas. All proceeds from sales will go directly to ...
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Fulfilling Lives finds new ways to support people affected by Covid-19

Fulfilling Lives South East is finding new ways to support vulnerable people during the Covid-19 pandemic, and has published an insightful report on its impact on clients and staff. The ...
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Feature on Fulfilling Lives research published in top journal

Kerry Dowding, Research and Evaluation Officer for Fulfilling Lives South East, has had an article published by the journal Social Research Practice. Her article looks at co-production in research, and ...
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Fulfilling Lives launches new mental health campaign

Fulfilling Lives South East, a partnership led BHT with partners Equinox and Oasis Project, is working with organisations up and down the country to increase access to mental health support ...
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Fulfilling Lives launch their Manifesto for Change

Fulfilling Lives South East have launched a new report, Manifesto for Change: Changing systems for people facing multiple disadvantage. It outlines the 6 key themes that have arisen from their ...
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Collaborative project aims to improve services for homeless women with experience of domestic abuse

Fulfilling Lives have gained valuable insight into new ways of providing specialist domestic abuse support for women with multiple and complex needs, through a collaborative pilot project with RISE and ...
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New report released on developing staff support

Fulfilling Lives have collaborated with Stopover, a Brighton-based service supporting young women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness , to evaluate the impact of staff support initiatives. They ...
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New FLAG Magazine published for Co-production Week

This week is Co-Production Week, and Fulfilling Lives have produced a special issue magazine with a spotlight on co-production.Co-production is central to BHT's work and is at the heart of ...
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