Mental Health Resource services update 

Covid-19 has deeply heighted many of our clients’ anxiety levels, with a high proportion now experiencing deteriorating mental and physical health compounded by challenges including food and benefit issues, loneliness, bereavement, housing problems, anti-social residents and isolation.

Although we can't run as many face to face groups as we'd like, we're still providing essential telephone & online support as well as 1-2-1 face to face support (by appointment only), to help people stay connected with the community, to give information on how people can maintain their mental wellbeing and to signpost to other key local services if needed.

Below is a list of activities currently being offered. For further details, please click on each project link.


The Hub/ Serenity Cafe


Reachout Youth


The Hub

From 10.30am 1:1 with Staff member (by appointment only)

2-3pm Creative writing (by appointment only)




The Hub:

From 10.15: Allotment day at Sherwood.


11am-12midday Telephone Group Calls with Edenbridge / Tunbridge Wells & Southborough Group.




The Hub:

From 10.30am 1:1 with Staff member (by appointment only)

2-3pm Women or Mixed group (by appointment only)

2.30-2.30pm Men's conference call


Weds 25th Nov only 11.15-12.45pm. Face2Face seated meeting Paddock Wood group.

11am-12: Paddock Wood, Edenbridge, Tun Wells & Southborough Zoom group meets twice a month.

Reachout Youth: 

Term tine only 5-6.30pm, term-time only. Group video call


The Hub:

11am – 12pm Zoom 'Mindwell Art' group

10am - 3pm 1:1 sessions (by appointment only)


Reachout Youth

Term tine only 5-6.30pm, term-time only. Group video call


The Hub:

From 10am 1:1 with Staff member (by appointment only)

2-3.30pm Mixed Interest talking group



Saturday No activities

Serenity Cafe

3-6pm: 1:1 calls and conference calls.

Other organisations which can help at this time

Release the Pressure: For urgent assistance with your mental and emotional health 0800 107 0160

Release the Pressure provide free expert advice from trained counsellors for every mental health concern, including:

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • low self-esteem
  • money worries
  • relationship troubles
  • stress
  • suicidal thoughts.
'Shout' 24 hour Text Service
Text the word “Kent” or “Medway” to 85258.

A 24 hour service. Texts are free to send.

Mental Health Matters Webchat with Mental Health Matters

An independent charity, available 24/7.

If you use any of MHM's services nationwide, you can also use their webchat service at any time.

Kent Together 03000 41 92 92 A 24 hour helpline launched by Kent County Council to support vulnerable people in Kent who need urgent help, supplies or medication.

    Help in a crisis