Mental health, health, wellbeing services
Mental health, health and wellbeing services
We offer a range of services to support people with their mental health and wellbeing.
Live Well Kent
Through Live Well Kent we help people improve their mental health and wellbeing. It is a free service run in partnership with Kent County Council (adult social care and public health teams) and clinical commissioning groups across Kent. Porchlight is one of two strategic partners, the other is Shaw Trust.
The service includes supporting people with everyday living, to become more independent and confident, meet new people, get better skills or find a job. We have a ‘no wrong door’ approach. This means that people can get help from us through any community service, via their GP, by contacting us direct, or a friend can refer them to us.
We will talk through how we can help each individual and give the support and advice they need.
To make a referral
Aspirations is a free service available for people who are unemployed in Kent and East Sussex that can help if they feel that their mental health is standing in their way.
We can help people using the service:
- Feel more in control of your mental health
- Feel more confident in yourself
- Find work, volunteering, or education.
Aspirations is funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery, through The National Lottery Community Fund.
To make a referral
You can get in touch about a referral by calling the Aspirations team on 0333 880 2730, sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or filling in our contact form.
Porchlight Integrated Community Hubs (PICs)
People who feel lonely or isolated are more likely to develop mental health problems that put them at risk of homelessness. That’s why we support vulnerable people in the community who may be feeling isolated, or lonely.
We help people build and strengthen relationships with families and communities, widen their social networks and reduce isolation. As well as one to one support, we do this through our Porchlight Integrated Community Hubs (PIC Hubs) where group activities take place and we create opportunities for people to develop new support networks.
How to refer to Porchlight Community Integrated Hubs
For more information call 0800 567 7699.