The Langford Centre, part of specialist care provider Glen Care, has supported 13 service users to enhance their skills.
They have completed a 12 week employability course organised by Albion in the Community, with qualifications comparable to an NVQ Level 1 and GCSE grade D – G.
The courses will equip service users with some of the necessary skills to enable them towards more independent living.
The Langford Centre is on De La Warr Road and has 50 beds in low secure and locked rehabilitation accommodation.
It is part of the Glen Care Group, which is a specialist provider of low secure hospitals, locked rehabilitation hospitals, enhanced Residential services and Supported Living for detained and informal patients.
Albion in the Community uses the power of football and the reach of Brighton & Hove Albion to deliver projects in the areas of health, education, disability and social inclusion with the aim of increasing participation, creating opportunities, tackling inequalities and improving health.
Vanessa Ling, hospital director at the Langford Centre, said: “We are pleased to be working in partnership with Albion in the Community, which delivers these courses which provide vital skills for service users to ensure they can integrate into the community or work environment with our support.”