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.

Understanding Anxiety

World Mental Health Day

Saturday 10th October

Understanding Anxiety

As part of North Kent Mind’s programme of events for World Mental Health Day, we are offering a 90-minute workshop on Zoom to help those who are dealing with issues related to anxiety. The sessions are educational and will offer participants a chance to discuss what Anxiety is and ways we can begin to manage it.

There are two timeslots available:

11am – 12.30 pm

2pm – 3.30pm

To apply for a space, please follow this link:

Please note: Spaces are limited, so we will be offering this service on a first-come first-serve basis.

The NHS ‘Test and Trace’ app launch

You may be aware that the NHS has launched its ‘Test and Trace’ app on Thursday 24 September.

As part of its introduction, venues such as pubs, restaurants, hairdressers, leisure centres, gyms, theatres, cinemas, local councils, places of worship and more will, by law, have to display an NHS Test and trace QR code poster from Thursday (24 September).

The app is available for smartphones only – not tablets, smartwatches or other devices.

To get started, go to Android’s Google Play or Apple’s App Store and search for “NHS Covid-19“.

The handsets must have Android 6.0 (released in 2015) or iOS 13.5 (released in May 2020) and Bluetooth 4.0 or higher. That excludes the iPhone 6 and older versions of Apple’s handsets.