Mental Health Directory
Access information on mental health services in Kensington & Chelsea
This guidance pack brings together sources of assistance available, and a broader update for those assisting people affected by the Grenfell fire.
Local community members have developed a database of volunteer emergency interpreters and translators.
Information on where to find emotional support for all those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster including; community support, tools and useful information and listening support for staff and service users at local organisations
Trustees and staff at Kensington and Chelsea Mind are shocked at the terrible news of the fire at Grenfell Tower.
There are still spaces available on either a 2 day Mental Health First Aid Youth training course or on one of four half-day Lite courses.
Side by Side have published the early findings of their report into the impact of peer support on people's mental health.
Find out about social peer support available in your area this May. Download and read our May magazine, packed full of exciting events and meet ups + some tricky quiz questions!
Former K&C Mind employee and mental health service user raises funds in aid of Mind.
We are consulting local people, and organisations representing local people, to find out what sort of peer support people need, want and would find useful to support their mental health. Take part with the chance to win high street shopping vouchers!
Live or work locally? Interested in peer support? Join us at our FREE event, Peer Fusion on 23rd January... Book your free ticket now!