Kent County Council have kindly funded a Kent Youth Wellbeing Cafe.
This service aims to give young people access to a little bit of extra mental health support during these challenging periods of time.
Virtual Services from Mid-Kent Mind are facilitated by our team of Wellbeing Workers – with two Wellbeing Workers hosting fun activities including a digital quiz and other activities to help to promote social interaction. It provides young people with an opportunity to still speak to others – and to still benefit from the peer-to-peer support which they may not be able to access currently.
This is a safe space for young people to come and seek support from others – providing them with an opportunity to share the concerns they may have that they don’t feel able to talk about currently.
This service has been designed with young people between the ages of 9 and 16 in mind.
The service will be available every Wednesday night from 4pm – 6pm.
For additional details on this Cafe service, you can e-mail email@example.com.
Alternatively, you can use the contact form found below.
As part of this funding, Youth Recovery Action plans are also available to young people – providing them with access to tailored one-to-one support over the course of six weeks. Click here to learn more.
We are also offering a Friday Night Virtual Cinema for young people. Click here for more details.
Made possible by generous funding from