In 2017 HISC began working in partnership with Safe in Sussex a refuge-based domestic abuse charity.
In April and September 2015 HISC took part in open days for Recovery College which provides a range of courses and workshops for people with mental health issues. We promoted our homeopathy service at Preston Park day centre giving people information about how homeopathy can support people challenged by mental health issues.
In November 2014 HISC won 2 prizes in a national competition run by Sheffield University for measuring outcomes of homeopathic treatment http://www.makingcasescount.org/. We were awarded 3rd place for our RISE project and runner up for the our mental health project. HISC was particularly commended for thoroughness of data collection.
In September 2014 HISC submitted 2 entries in a national programme for measuring outcomes of homeopathic treatment using validated outcome measures http://www.makingcasescount.org/ where the emphasis is on a client-centred approach and hearing the patient's voice. The programme is run by Dr Clare Relton a research fellow at Sheffield University who is passionate about recording the work of homeopaths and measuring the results achieved for patients.