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Kent Community Foundation


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Information, Guidance & Support for Carers, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support, Additional Needs & Learning Disabilities Support Services, Grant Support

Description

Via Refer Kent, KCF is looking to connect with professionals in the county who support individuals and families. KCF has three funds that can offer grants to individuals and families. Our grants focus on funding: - respite activities for young carers - respite activities for adult carers taking care of another adult and - equipment for young people with disabilities, long-term illnesses and/or life limiting conditions, where the equipment benefits their mental and physical health. General criteria for our grants: the individual must live in Kent or Medway, be able to demonstrate financial disadvantage and items / services cannot be for something that local/national authorities have a statutory duty to provide. More info here about our grants and their criteria can be found on our website. If you contact KCF via Refer Kent, about an individual or family you think could benefit from one of our grants, you will still have to complete our nomination form. We cannot accept any nominations directly from the beneficiary or their family and friends. (KCF is not accepting referrals via Refer Kent for our grants to organisations. To apply for funding for organisations, visit KCF's website: https://kentcf.org.uk/funding.)

Kent Community Foundation Evegate Park Barn, Evegate Business Park, Ashford, Kent, TN25 6SX

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kentcf.org.uk/funding/individuals

Kent Coast Volunteering


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Advice & Support for Elderly People, Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Transport Services, Volunteering Services, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

1) We support people to find volunteering opportunities across Dover district, Folkestone & Hythe and Thanet, we share volunteering opportunities on behalf of volunteer-involving organisations (VIOs) i.e. charities, community groups and CICs operating in these areas. We often say we are like a job centre for volunteering. We also support VIOs by bringing them together for Networking and Knowledge sessions, and with bespoke best practice training and resources on the topic of volunteering. At the time of writing this listing, we also run two-in house projects to help alleviate loneliness and isolation, support health and wellbeing - and to support our local health services. 2) A Community Transport Service across Dover district, Folkestone & Hythe and Thanet, with volunteer drivers taking isolated older people who cannot use public transport to essential medical appointments - and where possible to social appointments. This is a membership service. We are always looking for new drivers across all areas. 3) A befriending service across Dover district, Folkestone & Hythe and Thanet. This is called the Good Neighbours Service and usually involves a volunteer befriender making a weekly visit to an isolated older person for tea and a chat. Please check our website to see which areas are taking external referrals and where we need volunteers.

Kent Coast Volunteering, 3 Park Street, Deal, Kent, CT14 6AG

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www.kcv.org.uk/

Involve Kent


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Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Information, Guidance & Support for Carers, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

• Navigation and social prescribing; short term services building skills, confidence, resilience and linking people to groups, services and support • Community wellbeing; groups, activities and services to promote inclusion and independence and prevent frailty and health decline. • Support for unpaid Carer; Carers assessments, support with emergency planning, information and advice, practical support on hospital discharge or when health is affected, peer support groups and forums.

30 Turkey Court, Ashford Road, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 5PP

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www.involvekent.org.uk

Invicta Community and Leisure - West Faversham Community Association


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Benefits advice, Advice & Support for Elderly People, Food Advice & Support, Family Services, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

West Faversham Community Centre provides a range of community activities for all ages. We run activities for older people allowing them to socialise with others meaning they are not isolated at home. We have a Community Fridge which is accessible for everyone, our volunteers pick up the food that supermarkets are unable to sell and bring them here so that members of the local community can access the food for free.

West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent, ME13 7RH

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www.westfavershamca.org/

Inclusive Sport


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Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support, Additional Needs & Learning Disabilities Support Services

Description

WE BELIEVE THAT ENJOYING SPORT AND EXERCISE IS A SIMPLE RIGHT FOR ANYONE. We work with children, young people, adults and people in later life. And we specialise in working with people with additional needs and disabilities. We offer a wide range of sessions for adults and young people catering for a mixture of abilities, needs and support. We also offer inclusive physical activity and wellbeing sessions for charities, care homes and community groups.

Unit 122 Joseph Wilson Industrial Estate, Millstrood Road, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 3SN

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inclusivesport.org.uk/

Hi Kent


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Advice & Support for Elderly People, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

Hi Kent is a registered charity set up to help people live well with hearing loss. We help people by encouraging them to look after their hearing, get early diagnosis of hearing loss and get it corrected if possible. We then offer services and support to people so they can manage their hearing loss, avoid isolation, improve communication and keep doing things they enjoy. Our services include: information and advice, assessment and provision of equipment, maintenance and support for NHS hearing aids, private equipment demonstration and sale, Ear Care Services including wax removal, Social Groups for people with hearing loss, Tinnitus Support Groups, Lipreading courses, Deaf Awareness training and British Sign Language courses.

18 Brewer Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1RU

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hikent.org.uk/

Folkestone Rainbow Centre


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Benefits advice, Money management & Budgeting advice, Debt advice, Housing Advice & Support, Employability Support, Food Advice & Support, Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Addiction Advice & Support, Homelessness Services, Volunteering Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

The Folkestone Rainbow Centre Homeless support service offers advice and advocacy as well as day centre and breakfast club. The umbrella organisation also offers Food bank and Foodstop services as well as money advice support and a charity shop.

69 Sandgate Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 2AF

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www.rainbow-centre.org/

Cast A Thought


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Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Education Services, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support, Additional Needs & Learning Disabilities Support Services, Support for young children in care and care leavers

Description

We support children, young people and adult's mental health and wellbeing along with those who have long term health conditions or are at risk of social isolation through fishing sessions. These sessions help build confidence, resilience, communication, decision making and problem solving skills. Our fish and chat session for adults runs from 10am-2pm with the final hour being spent sitting and chatting over tea and cake to make new friendships.

Gloucester, Orchard Drive,, Weavering, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 5JG

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www.castathought.co.uk

Beyond The Page


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Family Services, Immigration Advice & Support, Digital Inclusion & Skills, Education Services, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

Beyond The Page provides free ESOL English language classes to migrant and refugee women in Thanet. The United Mothers project provies a space to learn the skills to communicate in the workplace, with their children's teachers and health services, ultimately building friendships and integrating into their local communities. The language classes are supplemented by a wide variety of well-being and creative workshops, including painting, yoga and dance, and are curated by the women themselves.

Kent Innovation Centre, Broadstairs, Kent, CT10 2QQ

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beyondthepage.org.uk/

B.S.L Community


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Money management & Budgeting advice, Housing Advice & Support, Advice & Support for Elderly People, Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Family Services, Digital Inclusion & Skills, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support, Additional Needs & Learning Disabilities Support Services

Description

B.S.L Community are committed to empowering the community and reducing isolation across Kent, Medway and the surrounding areas through our impactful specialist PA support services. We specialise in: · Supporting deaf people – sign language users, deaf people with speech and deafblind people. · Bespoke support for people with a wide range of additional needs or disabilities including, people with learning difficulties and autism. · Specialist deaf parenting services We’re proud to reinvest our profits into our amazing community events and projects, like Deaf Together and Youth Projects.

Milwood House, 36b Albion Place, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 5DZ

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www.bslcommunity.org.uk

Arthritis Action


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Advice & Support for Elderly People, Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

Arthritis Action a UK charity giving practical help to improve the quality of life of people affected by arthritis. We offer an integrated self-management approach, which looks at both the physical and mental health impact of living with arthritis. We support people living with musculoskeletal conditions through healthy eating advice, mental health resources, pain management techniques, Online Groups, employment support, and exercise advice and resources. We also offer one-to-one nutritional consultations; access to clinical appointments with our network of osteopaths, physiotherapists, and acupuncturists; and a personalised pathway for goal setting, through our Membership, to help people take control of their arthritis and enjoy life to the full.

56 Buckingham Gate, London, SW1E 6AE

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www.arthritisaction.org.uk/

Stroke Association - West Kent


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Advice & Support for Elderly People, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

We provide free information advice and support to stroke survivors and their families or carers usually in the initial period after their stroke but with further ongoing support if required.

C/O Northampton Resource Centre, 1 Sterling Business Park Salthouse Road, Northampton, NN4 7EX

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www.stroke.org.uk/

Stroke Association - North Kent


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Advice & Support for Elderly People, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

We provide free information advice and support to stroke survivors and their families or carers usually in the initial period after their stroke but with further ongoing support if required.

C/O Northampton Resource Centre, 1 Sterling Business Park Salthouse Road, Northampton, NN4 7EX

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www.stroke.org.uk/

Stroke Association - East Kent


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Advice & Support for Elderly People, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

We provide free information advice and support to stroke survivors and their families or carers usually in the initial period after their stroke but with further ongoing support if required.

C/O Northampton Resource Centre, 1 Sterling Business Park Salthouse Road, Northampton, NN4 7EX

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www.stroke.org.uk/

Stroke Association - Medway and Swale


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Advice & Support for Elderly People, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

We provide free information advice and support to stroke survivors and their families or carers usually in the initial period after their stroke but with further ongoing support if required.

C/O Northampton Resource Centre, 1 Sterling Business Park Salthouse Road, Northampton, NN4 7EX

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www.stroke.org.uk/

Disability Assist for Independent Living Ltd


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Benefits advice, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

Disability Assist is a charity which supports adults with physical disabilities and disabling long-term health conditions across Kent. We provide advocacy, help with benefits and peer support as well as information, advice and guidance on anything to do with independent living. Disability Assist is run by disabled people, so we understand the challenges and can help to support disabled people to have choice and control in all aspects of life.

Disability Assist, Star Unit 9 & 10 Nimbus Enterprise Park, Liphook Way, Maidstone, Kent, ME16 0LQ

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www.disabilityassist.org.uk/

Connect Well East Kent


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Benefits advice, Housing Advice & Support, Advice & Support for Elderly People, Food Advice & Support, Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Information, Guidance & Support for Carers, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

Social Enterprise Kent is working with voluntary and community sector organisations across the East Kent area to provide access to services via this social prescribing platform that enables trained professionals to refer individuals to non-medical support to maximise social, emotional and practical wellbeing. The service is available to all East Kent residents aged over 55 years, regardless of whether or not they are receiving any other services from Adult Social Care. It is also available to those under the age of 55 years, who meet the eligibility criteria and have complex needs.

0300 302 0178

connectwell@sekgroup.org.uk

The Marigold Centre,, 65 Shaftesbury Avenue,, Cheriton, CT19 4NS

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'Care' Primary Care Network


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Information, Guidance & Support for Carers, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

The team consists of two Occupational Therapists, Clinical Care Coordinator, two Social Prescribers and Care Coordinator we cover six GP Surgeries, Ash Surgery, Minster Surgery, Westgate Surgery, Birchington Medical Centre, Broadstairs Medical Practice and St Peters Surgery. What we offer Our aim is to prevent unnecessary hospital admission and to promote health and wellbeing for our patients and their families/carers. We also aim to empower and support patients to take responsibility for their own health and wellbeing. We complete holistic and comprehensive assessments and have very good links with many other services in the community to ensure we are meeting all the needs of the patients we see. We also aim to reduce GP appointments, reduce the need for GP time and reduce frequent calls to the surgery thus reducing the surgery workload.

Minster Surgery, 75 High Street, Minster, Ramsgate, Kent, CT12 4AB

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Sheppey Matters


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Advice & Support for Elderly People, Food Advice & Support, Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Family Services, Addiction Advice & Support, Transport Services, Volunteering Services, Digital Inclusion & Skills, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support, Additional Needs & Learning Disabilities Support Services, Financial Vulnerability Advice & Support

Description

Sheppey Matters is a health and wellbeing charity that supports the residents of the Island. We coordinate a wide range of community activities at Sheppey Healthy Living Centre and across the Isle of Sheppey. Our projects include: Sheppey Wheels - Community Transport, Young People Matter - a youth provision for those aged 8+, Legacy - Providing befriending support to the over 60's, Inspire Me - building confidence within our community, Well-Life - bringing together cooking, gardening and physical activity, Miles and Smiles - an accessible minibus that supports residents to medical and social appointments for those that are disabled, Sheppey FM - 92.2 community radio station and the Sheppey Healthy Living Centre - providing room hire, accommodating initiatives that encompass health and wellbeing in its broadest sense. ADHD Sheppey - Providing support for parents, carers and children. Eastchurch Community Hub - a group that meets on a Wednesday to craft, chat, socialise and learn.

Sheppey Matters, Sheppey Healthy Living Centre, Off the Broadway, Sheerness, Kent, ME12 1HH

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Headway Kent


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Money management & Budgeting advice, Information, Guidance & Support for Carers, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support, Additional Needs & Learning Disabilities Support Services

Description

We provide support, guidance and information to adults in Kent that have sustained a brain injury. We operate support groups in our hubs in Thanet, Canterbury, Ashford and Folkestone; carer support groups, online support groups and free drop in sessions.

01227864118

info@headwaykent.org

Headway House, Kent and Canterbury Hospital, Ethlebert Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3NG

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headwayeastkent.org.uk/

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council - Housing Solutions


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Benefits advice, Housing Advice & Support, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

We are the Statutory Homeless Service for Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council, Gibson Building, Gibson Drive, Kings Hill, Kent, ME19 4LZ

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Swale Community Leisure - Health and Wellbeing


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Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

We operate leisure facilities throughout the borough and aim to improve health and wellbeing and achieve high social impact values.

Central Avenue, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 4NT

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Take Off


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Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Addiction Advice & Support, Domestic Abuse Advice & Support, Volunteering Services, Digital Inclusion & Skills, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

We have facilitated peer support groups since 2014 and their success supporting individuals can be seen by the replication of groups from just Canterbury in 2014 to now the whole of East Kent. Welcoming anyone aged 16+, we support individuals with mental health problems to improve their wellbeing and help them live happier and healthier lives. No diagnosis is needed as a lot of our group conversations are based on prevention as well as managing mental health. Most of our services take the form of self-help groups, which are either “talking” or “doing” focused. Our groups run at various times of the day and at weekends to accommodate many people's lives. Check out our calendars on our website on each area page (Canterbury & Coastal, Thanet, Folkestone, Dover) for group days and times. We also have a number of online groups running on Zoom. Some examples of groups include but not limited to: Managing Depression, Peer Support Crisis Group (Sunday evening), IT Group, Creative Group and more. We are also the User Voice for Ashford, Canterbury & Coastal, Folkestone and Dover where individuals or groups can talk to us directly, stay anonymous, and give feedback about their experiences using services. "Whether you've used one organisation or a few, just sussing out support or used services / voluntary organisations for a while, let us know how it's been. Your experience will help decision makers to understand what works, what doesn’t and what could be improved. We want to hear your experiences and use them to help shape services and improve them for others". We aim to get in contact with new referrals within 2 business days.

01227788211

referrals@takeoffworks.org

Take Off, 34 Military Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 1LT

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www.takeoffworks.org

Sports Connect UK


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Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Volunteering Services, Education Services, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support, Additional Needs & Learning Disabilities Support Services, Support for young children in care and care leavers

Description

At Sports Connect we are delighted to run the Holiday Activity and Food programme during every major school holidays in partnership with KCC, The Education People and Kent Children and Young People organisations. Our focus is on sport, physical activity, and health sessions and these are held at both our Aylesford Bulls site in Aylesford near Maidstone (ME20 7DS) as well as The Appleyard Sports Club based in Sittingbourne (ME1 1QN). We have a timetable that encompasses some structured activities to aid development of learning the skills associated with the different activities as well as free time to allow children to explore their imagination and play.

Banky Farm, Mierscourt Road, Gillingham, Kent, ME8 8PH

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Romney Marsh Community Hub


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Benefits advice, Advice & Support for Elderly People, Information, Guidance & Support for Carers, Volunteering Services, Digital Inclusion & Skills, Armed Forces Support & Advice, Dementia and MS Advice & Support, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

At The Romney Marsh Community Hub, we wish to help the health and wellbeing over the over 50’s. We support people in trying new experiences, meeting new people and have access to a range of services to keep people engaged and active within the local and surrounding communities. Whether people want to meet friends for a coffee or bite to eat, enjoy a hobby or interest with like-minded people or navigate your way through benefits and allowances, we are here to help. If people are looking to improve their health and wellbeing, we have a range of different activities and friendly classes that they can try such as Pilates, Tai Chi, Yoga, Keep Fit or even our seated exercise class. We aim to help people engage in activities both physical and non-physical with an emphasis on enjoyment and fun. We encourage those over 50 to become more active and try new things to help improve their overall wellbeing in a supportive and friendly environment. We run a number of craft classes for those that wish to learn new skills or continue practicing skills they have. Our day service provides a place where older people can meet with others of a similar age group for friendship and social interaction. We can also provide transport to and from a client’s home to help. Our information and advice services are here to help and support people. Benefit checks may reveal they are entitled to more than what they thought, we can help with the paperwork and or help submit forms online for them if they struggle with this. Our information and advice is impartial, easy to digest and is offered freely. We offer a selection on home cooked meals prepared daily in our kitchen. People are welcome to enjoy these meals here with friends, or if preferred we can deliver direct to the customers door to have at home. For people that need help at home with household tasks such as cleaning we have a Home Support service whereby we will send a fully DBS checked employee to you to help with household chores. We run a number of services including Dementia Coordinators to support people living with dementia and their careers. Anyone that has been affected by cancer is welcome to come along to one of our support groups and meet others that have had similar experiences to know they are not alone. We also host a number of clinics and support groups at the hub including footcare, diabetic eye screening, rheumatology, smoke free support and hearing clinics along with diabetes groups, ex armed forces meet ups and help with digital support. We have held a number of social events here, such as quiz nights, Race Nights and special luncheon’s

Sunflower House, Rolfe Lane, New Romney, Kent, TN28 8JR

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Moving Memory Dance - Theatre Company


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Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

Led by older women, Moving Memory brings older people together,moving and making, creating movement pieces that animate their stories and experiences of the everyday, celebrating and valuing participants for the dynamic vibrant human beings they are. We put the older body and voice 'centre stage', reaching marginalised and isolated communities by running 'Moving Well' sessions in public spaces such as libraries and shopping centre. We know that our creative approach hits all 5 ways to well being, beyond which participants talk about feeling empowered with new skills that equip them to make and whenever possible, to perform, affording a new sense of purpose and belonging to a distinctive community.

The Grand Hotel, The Leas, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 2XL

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Lighthouse on The Marsh


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Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Information, Guidance & Support for Carers, Education Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support, Additional Needs & Learning Disabilities Support Services

Description

We deliver 3 streams of support: 1. Specialist College for young people aged 16 - 18 (19 - 25 with an EHCP) who face social, emotional and mental health challenges and cannot access mainstream education. 2. 'Re-Set' - Free Adult community mental health programmes for anyone 18+ who is not accessing higher tier mental health services/ feels stuck/ has chronic health condition(s)/ not coping - a combination of psychoeducation, therapeutic activities and safe social engagement 3. SEND Services - Free support, information and advocacy services for parents/ carers who are facing SEND related challenges and require help to complete forms, manage relationships with schools or other professional services, want to understand more about SEND conditions, need help to navigate bureaucracy around SEND

01797 367 455

amanda@lighthouseonthemarsh.org

Unit 3, 4 & 12 Mountfield Road, New Romney, Kent, TN28 8LH

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Head In The Game


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Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

Head In The Game is a UK registered charity that offers the invaluable opportunity for people in Kent communities to unite and indulge in the sport they love. These weekly sessions, provided free of charge, cater to anyone between the ages of 18-65, regardless of their footballing ability. Under the guidance of experienced football and talking therapy coaches, each session is meticulously designed to prioritise mental health and overall wellbeing. By creating a secure and trusted environment, these sessions serve as an outlet for participants to address their mental health concerns. We deliver 12 week programmes in mental health, cost of living support and to the construction industry. To make a referral please first visit www.headinthegame.co.uk and see the self referral form under the "Football Sessions" tab at the top of the site.

07507268045

info@headinthegame.co.uk

Suite 2B, First Floor, The Links, Herne Bay, Kent, CT6 7GQ

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www.headinthegame.co.uk

One You Kent - Sevenoaks District Council


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Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

Sevenoaks District Council are working in partnership with Kent County Council’s Public Health Team to fund the delivery of the One You Lifestyle Improvement Service. The service is for Sevenoaks residents aged 18+ who are looking for some help and motivation to change their lifestyle. Our One You advisors will work with you for up to one year to support you to make meaningful changes to your lifestyle, including: Eating healthily and losing weight Getting more exercise Drinking less alcohol Quitting smoking Having a better mental wellbeing As a result of the progression of the coronavirus we have changed our service from face-to-face support to remote telephone based or video call support. We offer our time to clients free of charge.

0300 020 0636

One You Team Sevenoaks District Council, Argyle Road, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 1HG

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www.sevenoaks.gov.uk/info/20069138/health/516/one_you_lifestyle_improvement_service

One You Kent - Dartford Borough Council


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Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

There are lots of reasons to make lifestyle changes, and making simple changes NOW can have a big impact on your health and wellbeing. At One You Kent we can help boost your motivation or kick-start some lifestyle changes if you would like to lose weight, stop smoking, get more active or reduce your alcohol intake.

oneyou@dartford.gov.uk

Civic Centre, Home Gardens, Dartford, Kent, DA1 1DR

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www.kent.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/health/one-you-kent

NBE Fitness CIC


Categories

Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

We provide social activities for residents that can be accessed for free via pay it forward scheme and pay what you can. These activities are great for the family, mental and physical wellbeing.

Twenty Cliff Terrace, Margate, CT9 1RU

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www.nbefitness.com/

Runway Training


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Money management & Budgeting advice, Fuel Advice & Support, Employability Support, Food Advice & Support, Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice & Support, Volunteering Services, Digital Inclusion & Skills, Education Services, Community Services, Physical Wellbeing Advice & Support

Description

We run short courses (1-2 weeks) alongside the Kent Job centers such as customer service, Warehouse and Logistics and Teaching Assistant, these consist of face to face learning where they gain a qualification and get a guarantee job interview at the end. We also run day courses with the Multiply contract on Family budgeting, Helping children with homework and Energy cost savings. Our Neets Team run a study programme for 16-19 year old's who are not in mainstream education. Our functional skills skill run English and math's online courses for anyone wanting to improve their skills and can be funded subject to application. Lastly we run a selection of online learning available to everyone again can be funded subject to application.

Runway Training, 190 High Street, Tonbridge, Kent, TN9 1BE

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