Mental Health Resource.
We believe in improved mental wellbeing for everyone.

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.



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

Serenity Cafe

Mental Health Resource are currently offering group telephone support on Sundays for their 'Serenity Cafe' clients and anyone experiencing a mental health crisis to prevent escalation.




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.




Mental Health Resource run an online & telephone support community service called Reachout. By joining a Reachout group you’ll meet new people and make friends, gaining peer support and providing support to others.



Reachout Youth

Reachout Youth is a free support service run by Mental Health Resource for young people aged 13-19 who are experiencing emotional or mental health difficulties. The project is currently part funded by the Brook Trust and BBC Children in Need.



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

Mental health training workshops

We deliver Mental Health Awareness training workshops for local companies, societies & schools to help you recognise signs of mental health problems & find better ways of supporting staff.


Author: Jen Williams

Our impact


people supported April 2019-April 2020


number of people helped through the Community Support


wellbeing activities delivered in 2019

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Latest news

  • Running the London Marathon!

    In October 2021, Jemma Moulange will be running the London Marathon for Mental Health Resource! Read more

  • World Mental Health day 2020

    To mark World Mental Health day on October 10th 2020, we've asked local community members to explain why it is important to talk about mental health. Read more

  • Supporting clients during Covid19

    We have adapted our services to provide online and telephone support for new and existing clients. Read more

Latest events

  • Free Online Meditation Drop-in with Flow

    Join Lucy from Flow Tunbridge Wells for this weekly meditation -completely for free or choose to donate to Mental Health Resource. Read more

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