We are Maidstone & Mid-Kent Mind and we are passionate about supporting people with mental health issues. We believe in recognising people as unique individuals and not as a diagnosis or a label. We aim to equip people with the tools they need to work towards positive wellbeing.
We offer a range of services that support recovery and wellbeing from a person centred approach. We are linked with other agencies and services that can further support each individuals’ needs.
Young Persons Work & Wellbeing
A FREE bespoke training programme that supports young people aged 16-25 who are not in education, training or employment and are experiencing mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and stress.
This 5 week course is a fantastic opportunity to find therapeutic creativity through music.
Whether you are a complete beginner or trying to get back in touch with your creative side, joining this short course could be just the thing for you!
Women at risk of self-harm
A 4 week course designed to offer women healthier coping strategies and distraction techniques alongside peer support.
Work & Wellbeing lite
A bespoke training course for individuals who are unemployed and experiencing mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and stress. This course is a 6 week lite version of Work & Wellbeing.
Coping with Life
Five week courses aimed at helping you cope with depression, anxiety & stress
Our new, low-cost Counselling and Guided Self-Help service is now available Mon-Fri.
Garden Shed Project
A recent merge of our previous 'Breakfast Shedders' and Gardening Project' sees the creation of the Garden Shed Project.
Our range of social groups offer opportunities for supported socialising.
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Release the Pressure
If you are beginning to feel the pressure, don't suffer in silence. Support is free and confidential, provided by an independent charity and funded by Kent County Council.
Time to Change
Time to Change is England's biggest programme to challenge mental health stigma and discrimination.
Follow these 8 simple tips to help manage your wellbeing.