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MH4 Community Champions is a new project to raise knowledge and skills about mental health in the local community. We are looking for volunteer champions who are passionate about mental health and about challenging the stigma around it. Do you have time to engage in a supportive and empowering training programme? Do you want to play your part in raising awareness and tackling stigma?

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Coming events

The next meeting of the Mental Health Action Group (MHAG) for South West Kent will be on Thursday 24 November at 12.30pm. It will be held at

Royal British Legion, Unity Hall
High Street
Hawkhurst TN18 4AG

Mental Health Action Groups (MHAGs) provide a local forum for mental health information, support and expertise.

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Latest news

We are looking for a Fundraiser and Bid Writer with a track record of success who shares our ambitions and can help us realise them. With 1 in 4 people experiencing a mental health problem at any one time there is no shortage of needs to be met and we are buzzing with ideas! This new position will major on writing bids to win new income for new and existing services and projects.

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Please support us

We work to ensure that no-one faces a mental health problem alone, and you can see here all we do to help people with mental health problems and to promote better mental health. If you share our passion then please support us!

You can do this is many ways and not just through volunteering or donating though of course we depend on volunteers and on donations.

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Time to Change

Time to Change is an ambitious program to end mental health discrimination in England. It aims to change behaviour, not just attitudes.

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The aim of the two-day Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training is to give everyone the knowledge and confidence to recognise signs of mental health problems, encourage someone to seek the right help, and to reduce the stigma around mental illness.

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