An evening and weekend telephone support service for anyone over the age of 18 living in the Folkestone and Hythe district experiencing challenges with their mental health
Health and Wellbeing
Please find below links to services that can support your health and wellbeing. These links will open in new window or tab.
Kent Community Health has some great resources available for therapies during this time, including OT, Physiotherapy and Speech and Language. Please click below to find out what is available. In addition, if you are able to stay in touch with your therapy teams, please liaise with them so that any therapy undertaken is in line with the goals and work your therapist/school are doing.
School health (Kent)
School health (Kent) school nurses work with children, young people and families in Kent. You do not have to be in school to use this service:Visit website
Plenty of information and support with a focus on well-being and positivity.Visit website
An on-line counselling and emotional well-being hub for children and young people offering free, safe and anonymous online support for young people.Visit website
CXK have an Emotional Wellbeing Service.Visit website
Live Well Kent
Live Well Kent can help improve wellbeing, mental and physical. It is a free service for anyone over age 17.Visit website
Kent Children and Young People’s Mental Health Service (CYPMHS)
Referrals can be made through the GP or you can self refer.Visit website
Find out about common feelings and mental health symptoms, how to cope, and where to get help. There is also a helpline for parents.Visit website
Maidstone and West Kent MIND
Maidstone and West Kent MIND offer a range of services including a new youth services in Maidstone and Sittingbourne.Visit website
For people over age 18 the NHS offers therapies, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), for problems including: stress, anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and phobias. This programme is called Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT). You can ask your GP or self-refer.Visit website
An independent champion for people who use health and social care services. They make sure that those running services, put people at the heart of care.
Healthwatch are there to listen to what you like about services and what you think could be improved. No matter how big or small the issue, they want to hear about it.Visit website
AccessAble provide detailed information you need to work out if a place you are going to will be accessible.
Check out the facts, and explore the details, before you leave home or on the move using their App and Website.Visit website
ERIC The Children's Bowel & Bladder Charity
ERIC is a charity that supports children and young people with a bowel or bladder condition.
MoodSpark is a place where young people can learn about mental health, find tips and resources to keep emotionally healthy and find ways to help them bounce back when life gets tough. MoodSpark has been designed for young people in Kent, with young people in Kent by HeadStart Kent.Visit website
Kent Resilience Hub
The Kent Resilience Hub has been designed to help parents and carers understand emotional health, how to nurture good emotional health and how to respond appropriately if their child is finding life difficult and unable to bounce back.Visit website
Release the Pressure
If you’re feeling the pressure, don’t suffer in silence. Text the word “Kent” to 85258 or Call 0800 107 0160.Visit website
Folkestone and Hythe Haven
Kent and Medway Safe Havens
Out-of-hours mental health support to anyone aged 16+ in the Kent area, from four locations in Canterbury, Medway, Thanet and Maidstone.Visit website
Samaritans Self-help App
Keep track of how you're feeling, and get recommendations for things you can do to help yourself cope, feel better and stay safe in a crisis.Visit website
Big White Wall
Anonymous mental health support service available online for anyone aged 16 and over.Visit website