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Kent & Medway
Crisis support for Kent & Medway
24 hour confidential emotional support
Life can get really tough sometimes, but talking can help. We have a highly trained and experienced team available 24/7 to provide you with confidential support to get you back on track. So if you are beginning to feel the pressure, don’t suffer in silence. Make the call.
Confidential emotional support
Whatever you're going through, call us free any time, from any phone. We're here round the clock, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This number is FREE to call. You don't have to be suicidal to call us.
Specialist mental health services
If you are concerned about your mental health, speak with your GP and they can refer you to the right place for help.
If you are already receiving care and treatment from KMPT's Community Mental Health Teams (CMHT), please contact your local team between 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.
If you need URGENT SUPPORT please follow your CRISIS plan or contact the Single Point of Access number provided at any time.
Mental health advice and support in Kent
The Children and Young People's Mental Health Service (CYPMHS) provides emotional wellbeing and mental health advice and support for young people and their families across Kent.
This service is available to young people from the age of 0-18. If you would like to speak to someone for more information about the services we offer and to find out more about what support might be available for you please call our team.
Mental health advice and support in Medway
The Medway Young Persons' Wellbeing Service provides emotional wellbeing and mental health advice and support for young people and their families across Medway.
Mental health support for pregnant women
This service is for pregnant women with a pre-existing mental illness or those at risk, and women who encounter problems for the first time during or after their pregnancy.
A professional (such as your GP, midwife, health visitor, children’s centre staff or similar) can refer you to the MIMHS.
If you are concerned about your own mental health, or that of a friend or family member, please talk to one of these professionals about making a referral.
Alternatively you or a family member can self-refer to the service. MIMHS accept self-referrals from those experiencing significant mental ill health.