Jobs at West Kent Mind

We have a new opportunity to join our busy and thriving charity. We are looking for someone to provide excellent administrative and marketing support for our diverse portfolio of therapeutic and training programmes. You will be a highly efficient and proactive administrator who can confidently manage the administrative process and assist with the marketing of our various complex programmes. Location: Sevenoaks 37 hours per week: £17,874 Contract term: 12 months This new role is to provide administrative and marketing support for West Kent...

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World Suicide Prevention Day

10 September is World Suicide Prevention Day. In association with Kent County Council we invite you to an invaluable and vital free community awareness-raising event. At the Oaks Theatre in Knole Academy on Tuesday 10 September at 7pm we will be showing the powerful documentary ‘Steve’ followed by refreshments and a panel discussion hosted by leading...

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The Congo Faith Healers

The Congo Faith Healers are a unique outfit that defy description. Playing mostly their fantastic original music, they perform down and dirty, swamp infested gypsy swing blues and rockabilly! On Wednesday 26 June, 8pm at Walthamstow Hall School Hall. This is the annual Doug Revell Memorial Concert promoted by the Blues With Bottle Club raising funds for West Kent Mind. The Congo Faith Healers live shows are energetic and compelling with a sound all of their own, and which invariably has audiences dancing in the aisles! Fronted by the...

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ASIST

Every year more people die by suicide than from all of the several armed conflicts around the world. How can further deaths and injuries be prevented? How can we support people to choose life? ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) is the foremost practical training for caregivers seeking to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. We’re delighted to offer this important 2 day training in Tonbridge on 24/25...

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Mental Health Awareness Week

13 – 19 May is Mental Health Awareness Week – and what better time to show your support for better mental health. Mental health problems can affect anyone, any day of the year, and Mind are always on hand to provide information and support for anyone that needs it. But this week is a great time to have a chat with a friend, family member or colleague and have think about your own wellbeing too. You could even join one of our campaigns to help make sure no one experiences a mental health problem alone. Visit Mind’s website for more...

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