East Kent Mind Digital Timetable

COVID-19 STATEMENT

At Mind in Bexley and East Kent Mind, we wanted to keep you up to date with our plans due to COVID-19 and the recent government advice.

Firstly, we are absolutely committed to you, our clients/customers, and we will continue to support you in these unprecedented times. Our dedication to all our people, both our own and our clients, is paramount and we remain here to help.

We have worked on our risk assessment to ensure a safety led environment for our service users and staff and as a result we have started to resume some of our activities under strict safety measures. However, going forward this is dependant on there not being a significant rise in infection rates and we are monitoring the situation closely. In the mean time, we will continue to provide most services remotely.  Please contact us for updates and further information.

Take care

Dr David Palmer (PhD) CEO Mind in Bexley and East Kent Mind

East Kent Mind Wellbeing Support Line 0808 196 3898

Welcome to East Kent Mind

East Kent Mind is an independent, charity providing quality outcome-based services to make a positive difference to the Mental Health of the people of East Kent which includes the Canterbury District and Thanet.

East Kent is affiliated to Mind in Bexley. Our charity is affiliated to National Mind but is run independently and has its own constitution and board of Trustees.

Who we Are

We’re Mind, the mental health charity. We’re here to make sure anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn to for advice and support.

Mission

Our purpose is to promote better mental health and wellbeing across East Kent including the Canterbury District and Thanet.

Charitable Objects

To promote the preservation and the safeguarding of mental health services and provide relief to those suffering from mental health disorders.

How We Do It

  • Delivering services offering support focussed on individual needs through a Person Centred approach.
  • Helping and supporting people to build resilience to improve and sustain their mental and physical wellbeing.
  • Seeking funding to deliver a range of services to meet a variety of needs both short and long term.
  • Developing better support for people who are at risk of self-harm and/or suicide.
  • Assisting in the promotion, support and maintenance of good mental health in the community.