We provide safe spaces & person-centred mental health support in our community.


Our services

The Hub

Mental Health Resource runs 'The Hub', our vibrant wellbeing centre in the heart of Tunbridge Wells, Kent, where people can access wellbeing activities and a safe space to talk for as long as they need.

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Location: Mental Health Resource,2a Grosvenor Park, Tunbridge Wells

What we do

Mental Health Resource is a local charity, operating across Kent, which supports people who have complex and enduring mental health conditions.

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Assert

When a person is detained under the Mental Health Act it can be distressing. Sometimes patients who are being detained feel unable to ask questions or get information. The support of a trained Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA) can help.

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Reachout

Mental Health Resource run 'Reachout' groups in Southborough, Paddock Wood and Edenbridge. These groups offer a free service for adults who are looking for some support for their mental health and wellbeing.

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Reachout Youth

Reachout Youth is a free support service run by Mental Health Resource for young people aged 13-19 who would like to access a fun & friendly safe space.

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Location: Mental Health Resource,2a Grosvenor Park, Tunbridge Wells

Mental Health Service Feedback

Mental Health Resource uses feedback from users of the mental health system to improve peoples’ lives and situations.

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Author: Jen Williams

Our impact

931

people helped from April '22- March '23

365

people helped through community projects

566

people helped through advocacy project

We're facing a mental health crisis. 

But together, we can support wellbeing in our community. Support us with a one-off or monthly donation today.

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