News and events News Mental Health Resource project changes Coronavirus update Due to recent Government advice, we are sorry to announce that we will not be able to provide face to face support for our services, including the Hub, Serenity Cafe, Reachout and Reachout Youth for the forseeable future. We are extremely sorry for any stress this may cause and we will aim to update you as soon as we can about when we hope to be back open. However, we are committed to providing support via telephone and email support to our existing clients across our groups. For further details please take a look at the project pages on our website. The Hub Reachout Reachout Youth Assert Serenity Cafe There are also other organisations in the area supporting people 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. 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.