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.
Mental Health Resource run a "Serenity" Crisis Cafe for anyone experiencing a mental health crisis to prevent escalation. It is funded by the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner's 'Mental Health & Policing Fund'.
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 a community outreach service called Reachout. These groups take place throughout West Kent. By joining a Reachout group you’ll meet new people and make friends, gaining peer support and providing support to others.
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.
The Adult Mental Health Aware (half day Zoom training) course provides an introduction to mental health and the factors that can affect people's wellbeing.