Our telephone line is not constantly manned. Our office hours are 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday.
We do offer Crisis provision, but this service is only available on Fridays from 5pm – 9pm, and Sundays from 1pm – 5pm. For more info please click here.
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.
Learn more about the Youth Services offered by MMK Mind.
FREE 3-Hour Sessions on Suicide Prevention & Awareness.
MMK Mind Run MHFA courses year-round. Click here for the latest courses.
Improving Access to Psychological Therapies through the NHS.
Out of hours mental health support for those in crisis.
Low-cost Counselling services are available in Maidstone, Medway and Swale.
A programme providing access to youth services for young people and parents.
Funded by Children in Need, we are delivering bespoke courses designed to support young people with their mental wellbeing in schools, colleges and youth organisations.
Our social group offers the opportunity for supported socialising.
Coping with Life Courses
Different courses designed to support you living with your mental health condition.
2018 Fun Run
Sign up for FREE for our 2018 Fun Run on the 21st of October.
Feed Back Form
Click 'Find out more' to leave your comment, compliment or complaint
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.
An out of hours Wellbeing Café based in Ashford facilitated by our Wellbeing Workers and volunteers.
Time to Change
Time to Change is England's biggest programme to challenge mental health stigma and discrimination.