Monday, September 21, 2020

Kent Mental Health Support

Find dedicated Kent mental health support and services offering telephone support and advice plus a range of related self help information by checking out this dedicated ABLEize section. The charities, self-help groups, NHS resources and organisations listed below offer Kent confidential advice and support for adults and teens as well as all family members in all areas of mental health and wellbeing.   The handpicked resources and organisations below ensure that all adults and children struggling with mental health issues and general wellbeing problems can get advice and guidance throughout Kent.

Includes the mental health and wellbeing issues caused by isolation, loneliness, fear and anxiety over Coronavirus (COVID-19),  learning to control suicidal thoughts, relationship problems or marriage problems as well as the stress caused by debt, sexuality identity and all manner of family, work and everyday issues.

Check out the ABLEize hand-picked Kent based websites highlighted below that include coverage for Bexley, Ashford, Folkestone, Tunbridge Wells, Rochester and all other towns and villages throughout the Kent areas. Mental health support is an important area of ABLEize and the sites below ensure that help and advice is there when it is needed both locally and nationally.

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Providing mental health support and carers support as well as advocacy and psychological therapies. Includes details of their Bexley Mind Cafe in Devonshire Rd, Bexleyheath, telephone contacts and how to become a mental health volunteer.

Offers details and contacts for mental health help and support in Kent. Includes wellbeing support for money and debt issues, LGBTQ support, homelessness and domestic abuse as well as a range of self help articles and resources.

Provides free and confidential mental health services, commissioned by the NHS for people in Darford, Gravesham, Swanley, or Swale and East Kent. Offers support and assessments over the phone during COVID-19 (coronavirus) isolation.

Live Well Kent provide a free advice, support and training service for anybody over the age of 17 experiencing mental health problems in life, relationships and work. Site includes contacts, resources and self help information.

Providing mental health support to adults and children in mid Kent and Maidstone areas. Also offers counselling, suicide prevention and awareness training and coping with life training courses.

Tunbridge Wells organisation working to improved mental wellbeing for everyone. Includes details of their services and support with telephone and social media contact details.

Details of self help and emergency crisis support offered to adults and children suffering with family, work or relationship mental health problems. Includes details of free counselling and offers a range of online self help leaflets.

Canterbury based organisation offering advice and support to anybody in Kent feeling lonely or isolated. Includes a 24 hour helpline available 7 day a week. Includes a Coronavirus update section for anybody that is homeless, experiencing mental health issues or social isolation.

The Folkstone based Shepway Community Mental Health team provide support in the community to adults between the ages of 18-65 who are experiencing a mental illness. Includes telephone contact.

A drop-in centre located in Canterbury set up to help improve mental health in the community. As well as support, advocacy and dedicated counselling they offer a host of social activities from pool, table tennis, recovery groups, quiz nights and much more to improve your overall wellbeing.

Details of mental health support for students and staff al the University of Kent. Includes 24 hour support contacts including their Nightline and White Wall trained student volunteer support services.

Provides West Kent with a broad range of mental health support, training and services as well as social activities. Includes contacts to get urgent help and training and counselling in Sevenoaks.


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