The Fulfilling Lives South East project is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and led by BHT who are the overall accountable agency, and is made up of local delivery teams from different partner agencies; currently Equinox and Oasis Project.

Equinox Brighton are a local service providing assertive outreach and engagement, working with the street community to address substance use related issues. They aim to reduce street presence, sustain tenancies and reduce harm while helping people work towards recovery. More information can be found on their website

Brighton Oasis Project

Oasis Project is a substance misuse service for women and their children in the heart of Brighton. They exist to support and empower women who have difficulties with drink or drugs to make positive changes in their lives. More information can be found on their website

Making Every Adult Matter

Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) is a coalition of national charities – Clinks, Homeless Link, Mind and associate member Collective Voice. Together MEAM represents over 1,300 frontline organisations across England.

MEAM supports 39 partnerships across the country to develop effective, coordinated approaches to multiple disadvantage. These include the 12 partnerships that make up the national Fulfilling Lives programme.

MEAM uses shared knowledge and practical experience from their work to influence policy at the national and local level.

For more information, visit their website.