Creative Minds – Medway (Drop-in group)

Starting from the 6th November, you will be able to join us at the
Nucleus Arts Café for our new weekly drop-in group.

Creative Minds is open to all residents of North Kent (Gravesham, Swanley, Dartford and Medway.)

This is a safe space for those who wish to come along and engage in creative activities and wellbeing discussions.

We will provide tea, coffee and biscuits.

Every Monday (except bank holidays)  


Nucleus Art Café

272 High Street

Chatham, ME4 4BP

World Mental Health Day 2023

The raffle has now ended and the draw will take place on 20th October.
Good luck!

The 10th October is World Mental Health Day and the theme for 2023
(set by the World Foundation of Mental Health) is ‘Mental health is a universal human right’.

North Kent Mind are hosting a stall at Bluewater from the 8th—10th October to raise awareness around this important day.

We will be on hand to engage in conversations with the local community about what support we can offer
those who feel they are struggling.

It is important to talk about your mental health and everyone should know that they are not alone.

We will also be holding a raffle.

Tickets start from as little as £2 and we have some amazing prizes to be won, just in time for Christmas!

Tickets can be purchased in person at our stall in Bluewater or through our website at the link below.

All money received goes back into our charity and towards running our services for our local community.

We hope to see you at our Bluewater event and thank you for your continued support.

Kent & Medway Partnership Domestic Abuse Strategy 2024-2029

The new Kent & Medway Partnership Domestic Abuse Strategy 2024-2029 is now out for consultation. The strategy represents the work and ambitions of 20 partners across Kent & Medway and has been written based on detailed feedback from people who have experienced abuse.

The Strategy aims to: ‘reduce the prevalence of domestic abuse, and ensure that where domestic abuse takes place, all those affected get the right support, quickly’.

The commitments in the strategy are presented in three key priorities informed by people with lived experience of abuse:

1.        Early intervention and prevention – identify domestic abuse as early as possible and get support in place.

2.       Immediate needs – services, interventions, and support during episodes and immediately after.

3.       Recovery – support to recover from harm, heal and become resilient.

Help shape our Domestic Abuse Services in Kent and Medway. Share your views on the #Kent and #Medway Domestic Abuse Strategy which sets out the new five-year plan to develop and improve our services?

Visit to complete the online questionnaire.