Get Help

We're here if you have nowhere to go and no one to turn to

We help adults, young people and families across Kent and the south east. Every person's situation is different and we help in lots of different ways.

Some people are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless. Others are struggling to cope with the pressures in their lives, often affecting their mental health, and need our support to keep on track.

You might be sleeping rough, have no permanent place to live, face losing your job or home, be struggling with your mental health or wellbeing, feeling isolated, or having difficulties with money, benefits or feeding your family.

Whatever it is you're going through, you can call our free helpline at any time and from any phone.


Worried about someone else? Call our free helpline on 0800 567 7699 or tell us online.


Need to talk to someone now? Call our free helpline on 0800 567 7699, we're open 24/7.


Want to know more but can't talk right now? Email us here, you can ask for a callback.

If you are in emotional distress

Life can get tough sometimes, but talking can help.

The Release the Pressure team in Kent is available 24/7. They provide urgent support with trained counsellors who will listen, no matter what you are going through. You can text the word KENT to 85258 or call 0800 107 0160

You can also webchat with Mental Health Matters, an independent charity, who are available 24/7.