Sussex Support Group
Lisa, Naomi and Sheridan are the group leaders for the Endometriosis UK Sussex support group.
"We wanted to become group leaders so others could get that same strength and experience that has been so valuable to us."
Our story: Lisa, Naomi and Sheridan each have different experiences of endometriosis and treatments but are linked by a common desire; the need to be understood by someone who knows what it means to have endo. By joining the group they've found brilliant friendships and the inspiration to move forward from diagnosis.
Who are the meetings for? The group exists in order to provide support and to offer information and understanding to those with or affected by endometriosis. Whether you've just been diagnosed or have been living with the condition for years, all are welcome. The group is also fortunate to have the support of Endometriosis Nurse Specialist Lizzy Johnson.
How often are the meetings? Meetings are monthly and usually held at the RSCH, but there are also regular meetings with more of a social focus held at various cafes across Sussex.
If you are interested in joining the Sussex Support Group or finding out more information, fill out our local group enquiry form.
Please note: if you have not heard back from the support group since sending your enquiry and are interested in an upcoming meeting, do feel free to come along!
We look forward to seeing you there!
The next group meeting will be:
|Tuesday 30th Janury 2018||M&S Cafe, Holmbush Centre, Shoreham||7-9pm||General Support|
|Wednesday 14th March 2018||M&S Cafe, Holmbush Centre, Shoreham||7-9pm||General Support|
There's plenty of free parking at the Holmbush Centre as well as regular buses (see http://www.holmbushshopping.co.uk/gettinghere.html for more information). Please feel free to bring along supportive family/friends/partners, although we cannot accommodate children due to the nature of the group. If it is your first meeting you will be very welcome. You will know who we are as we will discretely have Endometriosis UK leaflets on the table.