Our services Reachout Reachout During Covid19 we are adapting our Reachout services to provide telephone and online support to our clients in the community. Please contact Jill on 07989 219185 to receive this support. Please select a donation amount: * £5 £10 £20 Other Set up a regular payment Donate Reachout If you live in Kent and are looking for some support for your mental and emotional wellbeing, Mental Health Resource provide a free community outreach service, called Reachout where you can meet new people and make new friends. Support within this group, is built on shared personal experience and empathy, focusing on your strengths with the goal of achieving wellbeing and recovery. What to expect from a reachout session: It's really easy to join one of these free outreach groups, which are held fortnightly. When you come along, you can: Help yourself to refreshments Receive confidential self-help support in a caring, non-judgemental environment. Make friends & share experiences with people who understand what you are going through. Express opinions about your treatment and care. Take part in our Reachout trips out. It's completely confidential and anonymous; we also make sure to use your feedback to help improve local mental health services. Locations: We currently have Reachout groups in: Southborough: Tuesdays 12-2pm Paddock Wood: Wednesdays 11-1pm Edenbridge: Tuesdays 12-2pm Please contact us for further details of each group including times, days and locations. Any questions? Get in touch! Name Phone Email Jill, (Reachout Project Manager) 07989 219185 [email protected] Download our Reachout Referral form "I avoid many social settings but feel safe with the format of the Reachout group. This helps me cope with my mental health difficulties." Reachout client, 2018. Engaging Kent Our Reachout projects are supported by Engaging Kent, who were commissioned in 2018 to facilitate a co-production process to develop a new model to ensure the voice of mental health service users is heard in the right way, by the right people to generate change within Kent. To find out more about this process, you can download their 'Co-production for the mental health community in Kent' document.