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
20 bed continuing care ward for people with a diagnosis of dementia and associated needs.
We offer training in counselling courses to both internal and external applicants.
Acute admission wards provide inpatient care with intensive support for patients in periods of acute psychiatric illness.
Addresses the needs of adults with autism, including those with Asperger’s Syndrome, who do not meet the eligibility of the learning disability services
The Lakeside Lounge Café at Trevor Gibbens Unit (TGU) is a vocational rehabilitation project providing work experience for the service users at the TGU.
Learning Disability Inpatient and Specialist Services within the Trust operate a full multi-disciplinary team approach.
The Medway Liaison Psychiatry Service aims to provide mental health support to people admitted to Medway Maritime Hospital.
This is an acute admission ward which provide inpatient care with intensive support for patients in periods of acute psychiatric illness who can not be supported at home by the Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Teams or Community Mental Health Team.
We offer library and knowledge services to NHS employees and trainees from any background or profession.
Admiral Nurses are specialist mental health nurses, working within the NHS and trained and developed by the charity Dementia UK.