We provide a number of different mental health services to people aged over 14 living in Kent and Medway. Our services are more specialised than services provided by your GP. Most of our mental health services are more provided through:
- Community based teams
- Outpatient clinics
- Inpatient units
You can also view our services by A-Z
We provide services to adults of working age (18 to 65) with severe long term enduring mental health needs.
We provide services to people aged 65 and over with a mental health problem, and people under 65 with Young Onset Dementia.
Canterbury and Coastal Psychological Therapies Service offer assessment and treatment to people who are under the care of the secondary mental health services, especially to those who are experiencing more severe and enduring mental health problems.
We provide mental health services for adults with learning disabilities.
This service is for people who are worried about problems with memory and other abilities, and want to find out the cause.
Pharmacy Services are responsible for medicines management. They provide advice to Board, Executive Team and Clinicians on the use of medicines and provides input to risk management and clinical governance.
The service covers people over the age of 65 with mental health problems, and their families as well as people with young onset dementia.
Please contact us for more information about our services.
This service provides inpatient care to adults with complex mental health issues.
Providing spiritual care for service users of all faiths or of none.