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North Kent Mind, The Almshouses, 20 West Hill Dartford, Kent, DA1 2EP

  • General Office: 01322 291380
  • Fax: 01322 285294
  • Housing Enquiries: 01322 222256



North Kent Mind is a growing mental health charity with over 60 years’ experience of providing mental health services to local people.We are now recruiting for the following:


North Kent Mind is a key provider of mental health support services in North Kent. Due to our recent and ongoing expansion of services we are now recruiting for the following post:

Building Better Opportunities, ‘Aspirations for Life’

Employment Support Worker

16 hours per week – £20,846 pro rata.  Fixed term contract ending 30.09.19

As Employment Support Worker, you will be responsible for supporting hard to reach individuals with or in recovery from mental health problems to engage with activities, placements, group-work, signposting to partner organisations and individual support in order to join the employment market, training, or volunteering. Working within Kent, predominately North Kent, at times you may be required to travel to other areas.

Based at our Chatham office, some travel throughout North Kent will be required.

Deadline for applications 05.02.18

CV’s without completed application forms will not be considered.

 Aspirations-SW-JD-v3   NKM Application Form 2017

Contact us for further information or an application pack regarding the above;

email, call 01322 291380.


North Kent and Medway Mind are expanding their Peer Support Project and are looking for Peer Support Volunteers (PSV’s) to further develop its service for adults with, and recovering from mental health problems living in these areas.

North Kent and Medway Mind is looking for adults with lived experience of mental illness, support and recovery, who want to contribute to their community and help others by joining our group of Peer Support Volunteers (PSVs).

Peer Support is widely recognised as an effective method of support for anyone experiencing mental distress. Being a peer support volunteer (PSV) allows you to rebuild your confidence and to use your experience to assist other service users.

Have you a trade, skill or interest that you would like to share with like minded people on their mental health journey? Can you offer a listening ear as a peer volunteer buddy to others experiencing mental illness?

Peer support volunteers (PSV’s) will receive full training and support to run activity and special interest groups in accessible community venues. For more details email:

We are presently seeking volunteers for our shop ‘made in kent’. For further details please contact;

We are presently seeking  volunteers for our agoraphobia support project. For further details contact;

We are presently seeking  volunteers for our employment support project ‘Springboard’. For further details please contact


North Kent Mind's fee-paying counselling services can also be found on The Counselling Directory

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