It was known as the 73a Centre in London Road but though the address is the same, the name is different, and Bexhill Your Way wants everyone to know what new support it has on offer.
Bexhill Your Way is part of Together Working for Mental Wellbeing, a national charity offering a range of services to adults with mental health needs.
It has taken over the premises in London road where the team offers flexible, personalised mental health day support and guidance.
Manager Nicola Brockhurst said: “We can support adults with mental health needs to learn to manage their illness, return to work, enter education, find new hobbies and social activities organise their finances and plan for the future.
“We promote community participation wherever possible.
“We offer a drop-in facility from 10 till 2pm Monday to Friday where people can drop in to socialise or join one of the supportive groups we run. “Since transforming to a Your Way service we also offer personalised one to one support that is determined by the individual.”
She highlighted that individuals have choice and control about the level of support they need and where they meet their case worker - this can be in the service, or anywhere in the community, including rural Rother areas.
Nicola said: “It is easy to link in with the service, we accept referrals from GPs and other services, but individuals can also refer themselves by contacting us by phone, text, email or dropping in.
“On a Wednesday afternoon we have a drop in coffee afternoon at The De La Warr Pavillion from 1.30 to 3.30pm.
Arts and crafts here at the centre on a Monday and Wednesday morning 10 till 12.
“There is a gardening group, and we won Bexhill in Bloom last year.”
The service is open to anyone experiencing mental health problems.
An open day will be held at Bexhill Your Way next Wednesday, August 28, from 11-2pm.
It will be a chance to see what is on offer and will be a fun event with bric-a-brack, cake stall, raffle and access to health information such as smoking cessation, recovery partners, and health trainers. All ages welcome to the event.