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Mental health, physical health, wellbeing

If you no longer feel able to cope, we're here for you

We offer free support with mental health and wellbeing for people anywhere in Kent.

You might be struggling with anxiety or depression, experiencing stress, feeling hopeless, isolated or overwhelmed.

Whatever you’re facing, we are here to listen to you.

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Worried about someone? Call our free helpline on 0800 567 7699 or tell us online.

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Need to get help for yourself today? Call our free helpline on 0800 567 7699, we're open 24/7.

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Like to know more? Email us here, you can ask for a callback.

What we offer

Our range of services include support to help you:

  • Feel more in control of your mental health
  • Feel more confident in yourself or with your relationships
  • Connect you with free talking therapies near you, such as counselling
  • Find work, volunteering, or education
  • Access support with drug or alcohol dependency
  • Learn coping strategies by connecting you with therapy services and peer support near you
  • Find out about wellbeing and physical health activities near you such as arts and crafts, yoga and keep fit.

How we work with you

We understand it can be very difficult to take the first step to reach out for help. When you’re ready, we will be here.

Our helpline advisors will listen and won’t make judgements. They can help you understand your options and guide you through the process of getting the help you need.

Live Well Kent is our largest mental health service, offering free help to anyone who lives in Kent. We also have a range of other mental health services available depending on your needs.

All our services are running and have been adapted to reflect the latest government coronavirus safety guidelines. Once you're referred to one of our mental health services, our staff will work with you in the safest way that works best for you.

We offer emotional support and practical help. This includes being able to liaise with your GP or other health professionals also involved in your support if you wish.

We can also help with things that may be adding to the pressure you’re under, such as housing problems, work, or money.

We offer a range of services, including:

If you're in emotional distress and need urgent help

Life can get tough sometimes, but talking can help. The Release the Pressure team in Kent is available 24/7. They provide urgent support with trained counsellors who will listen, no matter what you are going through. You can text the word KENT to 85258 or call 0800 107 0160

You can also webchat with Mental Health Matters, an independent charity, who are available 24/7.