Our services Serenity cafe Serenity Cafe Unfortunately we are unable to offer face to face support at the present time. However, the Hub staff can continue to offer telephone and email support for Serenity Cafe clients. If you would like support for the duration of the Serenity Cafe closure, please get in touch: Carol (Hub Manager) 07526 203899 Hub Office 01892 539422 Email [email protected] What is the Serenity Cafe? Our Serenity Cafe is an out of hours service for those at risk of developing a mental health crisis and is currently funded by the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner's 'Mental Health & Policing Fund'. Our experienced staff and volunteers are on hand to help you improve your immediate wellbeing and we provide a safe and welcoming venue for you if you are in need of support and guidance to prevent escalation. "The Serenity Café has given me a safe space to come to and this has helped me to develop my graphic design projects. I don’t have to worry that I wouldn’t be accepted – I feel safe there." Serenity Cafe Client, 2019 What can you expect at the Serenity Cafe? When you arrive, you can expect a warm welcome from Staff who will need to complete an informal initial assessment chat. You will receive: 1-2-1 support from our Qualified team A chance to talk and share experiences in a caring environment A range of wellbeing focused activities Signposting and help to access continued support All with a free hot drink + snack When is the Serenity Cafe open? For an update on our services in light of Covid-19, please visit our News page. Location & contact info Venue: Mental Health Resource, 2a Grosvenor Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 2BD. Any questions? Get in touch! Name Phone Email Serenity Cafe staff 01892 539422 [email protected] "The Serenity Café is a valuable local resource and it means so much to them (residents) in different ways. From being somewhere they can discuss problems in an a relaxed and friendly environment, to having somewhere they can make new friends and socialise, and even get involved with preparing food for everyone. It’s also something of a unique service, with people coming from far and wide because of everything it has to offer." (Greg Clark, MP).