Trinity Medical Centre

1 Goldstone Villas, Hove, BN3 3AT

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Telephone: 01273 736030

Changes to phone queing system

Information about the COVID-19 Booster Vaccination

If you are enquiring about a COVID Vaccination Passport, please do not ring the surgery. Please click here for more information

If you are eligible and you have not yet had your 1st COVID Vaccine you can call 03003038060 to book, please DO NOT call Trinity Medical Centre as the booking is out of our control. Further information can be found at

Please see the coloured tiles below for information on what we offer at the surgery and other guidance.

Mental Health Support

Mental Health (inc Money Worries Information)


If you feel you are getting worse, please make an appointment to see your GP.

Out of hours, the following sources of support are available:

Samaritans 116 123

Sussex Mental Health Helpline 0300 5000 101

or you can call NHS111 if you urgently need help or advice but it is not a life-threatening situation.

If you feel you are not able to keep yourself safe, and do not need immediate medical assistance, you should contact the Mental Health Rapid Response Service which is able to offer immediate support.  They can be reached on 0300 304 0078 (open 24/7, Mon – Fri. weekends and bank holidays).

For free 24/7 mental health support text ‘shout’ to 85258 or click here.

Outside of these hours you should make contact with A&E. 

Self help – on line information, resources and tips about how to support your well being.

Every Mind Matters

Every Mind Matters – NHS (

Adult E-Wellbeing

Support for young people: Rise above Rise Above

YMCA’s E-wellbeing Home – e-wellbeing

Sussex Mental Healthline – provides direct support for mental wellbeing and signposting to other services. Sussex Mental Health line 24/7 telephone service: 0300 5000 101.

Mental Health Rapid Response Service (MHRRS) provides support for adults (18+) experiencing a mental health crisis. Anyone can refer: 0300 304 0078 – if the line is busy, an advice message will be given.

Community Roots is a group of sixteen community groups working together to provide prevention, wellbeing and recovery support for people with a range of mental health issues. Support for carers and families is also available. A Freephone Central Access Point phone number is operated by a team of Community Navigators who can guide people through the support available and provide professional advice.

Self-refer online Tel: 0808 196 1768. Open Monday to Friday 9-5pm

Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service The wellbeing service supports people with mild to moderate mental health difficulties. The service provides talking therapies to adults (18+) with mild to moderate depression, anxiety disorders and some trauma. The Children and Young People’s (CYP) service provides a range of treatment for young people from 4-25 who require support for anxiety, low mood, stress and phobias. The Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service is not an emergency service and does not pick up messages outside of normal working hours of 8am – 6pm Monday to Friday. The service offers an open access Advice and Information Service to the public as well as to Wellbeing clients.

Self-refer online Tel: 0300 002 0060 Email:

Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust (SPFT) is the specialist mental health service. Access to support is via GP and primary care team and other professional referral routes. Find more information about the Trust

Suicide Need someone to talk to?  Call Samaritans on 116 123  and look at the Preventing Suicide in Sussex website.

Grassroots Stay Alive App A suicide prevention resource if you are having thoughts of suicide or are concerned about someone else who may be considering suicide.  Download the suicide prevention app

Together Co Support to navigate local services and make connections with people and places to support your health and wellbeing. Social Prescribing Brighton & Hove | Together Co 01273 229 382

Drug and Alcohol Services  To contact call on 01273 731900 or email Brighton and Hove Recovery Service

Brighton & Hove City Council provides support for social care, education, housing, finance and related public services. Go to the Brighton & Hove website for more Information

Breakeven Sussex Free gambling counselling. Breakeven Sussex: free problem gambling counselling in East Sussex, UK

Are Money Worries affecting your mental health? Information and support available here: (link to the pages below)

Mental health and money Website offering practical advice, tips and a toolkit. Mental health and money : Mental Health & Money Advice (

Mental health and debt guide The guide to mental health and debt

Online money advice resources Benefits Calculators Turn2us Benefit Calculator – About You – Turn2us

Entitled 2 Benefits Calculator – entitledto – independent | accurate | reliable

 Budgeting tools

 Policy in Practice Benefit and budgeting calculator | Policy In Practice (

Money Advice Service

Budget Planner – Free online daily, monthly and yearly budget planning tool – Money Advice Service

Every Mind Matters Every Mind Matters – NHS (

Local Debt and Money Advice

Money Advice Plus Specialist debt and benefit advice, casework and support. 01273 664 000

Money Advice Plus | Community Roots

Moneyworks Here to help Brighton & Hove residents save money, make money and manage their money better. The services are for anyone who is struggling to make ends meet. Drop-ins and helpline support. Helpline: 0800 988 7037 Money Advice Brighton & Hove – Helping Brighton & Hove residents manage their money (

Citizens Advice Brighton and Hove Provide free confidential and impartial advice 08082 78 78 15

Citizens Advice Brighton & Hove

St Lukes Advice Service Provides free advice, information and help with form filling in relation to debt, benefits and pension credit. 01273 549203 Home – St Luke’s Advice Service

Possability People Disability advice centre can help with disability advice, welfare benefits and a range of other issues. Can help with enquiries about; Disability benefits (ESA, UC, PIP, AA, Carers Allowance, WTC).

  • Disability benefits appeals
  • Some pension credit enquiries
  • Some Council Tax enquiries
  • Fuel debt or changing fuel providers
  • Utilities debt
  • Information on equipment or assistive technology
  • Accessible holidays
  • Food bank referrals

Advisors are available by telephone, from 10am – 4pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (closed Wednesdays). 01273 894050. If you are deaf or had of hearing text us on 07718 42 42 14

Disability advice in Brighton and Hove – Possability People

Youth Advice Centre in Brighton Offers housing advice, family mediation, floating support, advice and support around emotional health and wellbeing and debts and benefits. Budgeting and money management advice and support with benefit claims. Access to specialist benefit advice. 01273 624432

YMCA Youth Advice Centre (YAC) in Brighton – YMCA DownsLink Group (

The Financial Support Line for Victims of Domestic Abuse Financial support for victims of domestic abuse. 01323 635 987

National Debt and Money Advice

Money Advice Service Offers free and impartial money advice, set up by the government.

Telephone: 0800 138 7777 Type Talk: 18001 0800 915 4622 Whatsapp: 07701 342744

Free and impartial money advice, set up by government – Money Advice Service

StepChange Online and telephone free, confidential debt advice 0800 138 1111 StepChange Debt Charity – Free Expert Debt Advice.

National Debtline Free independent debt advice on the telephone or webchat and offer online tools

0808 808 4000 Digital Advice Tool | National Debtline

Debt Advice Foundation Debt advice, tools and resources 0800 043 40 50 Personal Debt Analyser | Debt Advice Foundation

Financial Hardship- support and advice

Community hub If you need emergency help with food, energy bills and other essentials, please phone 01273 293 117 and select option 1. You will be directed to the Local Discretionary Social Fund. For queries relating to Covid-19, please phone 01273 293 117 and select option 2. You will be directed to the Community Hub.
If you are over 18, require food or shopping related support and can afford to pay for this, please phone 01273 293 117 and select option 3. You will be directed to Food Support at Impact Initiatives
If you need help to stay safe and well, or if you need care and support, please call Access Point on 01273 295 555.

Request help for yourself or someone else (

Brighton & Hove Food Partnership A not for profit organisation including community organisations, statutory agencies, local business and individual residents. Offering various community food projects, including community gardens, food sharing, food banks and free or low cost meals.

Brighton and Hove Food Partnership – We’re a non-profit organisation helping people learn to cook, eat a healthy diet, grow their own food and waste less food. (

Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project Provides practical support, education and advice to those in poverty, poor living conditions or low incomes. 01273 671 213 BUCFP

Impact YPC City Centre space for drop-in support, affordable meals, activities, counselling, peer support 01273 887886 YPC – Impact Initiatives (

Community Roots is a group of sixteen community groups working together to provide prevention, wellbeing and recovery support for people with a range of mental health issues. Support for carers and families is also available. A Freephone Central Access Point phone number is operated by a team of Community Navigators who can guide people through the support available and provide professional advice. Self-refer online Tel: 0808 196 1768. Open Monday to Friday 9-5pm.