Do you live with, or care for, someone with a mental health problem? We recognise the importance of supporting people who are supporting others, so we are running a Mindfulness course specifically for you. This 5 week course will introduce you to Mindfulness Meditation practice, and simple techniques to help you cope with the stress of daily life, which will help you to improve your mental health wellbeing and build your resilience. The course will take place online via Zoom and each session will last for 90 minutes.
(I.T support for Zoom is available).

TUESDAY 23RD MARCH – 20TH APRIL 2021 – 12PM – 1.30PM

For further information, please contact:

01322 291380

or email

Online registration is also available via

University Support Group

A friendly online group for young people in 6th form or their 1st year of university. This is a safe space to support each other and prepare for the challenges that come with starting university. Topics may include; challenges with COVID-19, Mindfulness skills for managing stress, creating an effective coursework structure etc. This group is peer led which means we focus on whatever you want support with (to download poster please click here).

Wednesday’s 1-2pm via ZOOM (starting 13th January 2021)

To register, please complete the form

Mental Health Crisis Survey, can you help us?

If you or the person you care for has had a mental health crisis we would like to hear from you. 

We have developed a short survey to hear about your experiences as we are looking to improve mental health crisis care in Kent and Medway.We are looking to hear from you if you or your loved one has:      

  • Been taken to a place of safety (usually a hospital) by the Police, otherwise known as S136·        
  • Been hospitalised as a result of mental ill health       
  • Been under the care of the Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Team ·         
  • Attended A & E when experiencing a mental health crisis to receive support·         
  • Attended a safe haven or a crisis café

Please follow this link to the survey

This survey is open until midday on the 4 January 2021.

The survey is anonymous and the results will be shared with the S136 Improvement Group as well as the Local Mental Health User Voice Networks

Thank you in advance for completing the survey and please share as appropriate.

Young Persons – Wellbeing Workshop (17-25’s)

North Kent Mind is running a digitally based programme throughout December to help address the challenges people face in experiencing mental health and emotional issues. Our goal is to work together to learn and develop coping mechanisms and create positive change.

These sessions are designed for people who are looking to increase their knowledge of common mental health issues and want to become more self-aware, through group workshops and additional self-help resources. For further information please download the Wellbeing Workshop poster.

Attendance is by booking registration. Please register via this form