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Welcome to Kensington and Chelsea Mind

Covid-19: your safety is our priority.

As we move to Level 5 Alert in England we know that this may be a challenging time for many people and want to reassure you that Mind is here to help. 

In March 2020, we suspended our face to face support and consolidated our services under one Supporting Minds team and changed to new ways of working. We have moved a lot of our services online to keep our service users and staff safe and provide remote telephone support to people who cannot access online services. 

While in lockdown we have been working to ensure that our projects and offices are Covid-19 safe, in preparation for a safe return to face to face service delivery, which we hope will be in the very near future.


Read more about Supporting Minds.


Mind works to improve the lives of people experiencing mental distress.  We are here to make sure anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn for information and support.

If you are in need of support it is important that you know there are people here to help


Take care this weekend

If you’re worried about your own or someone else’s mental health and you need urgent support:

> CNWL NHS Trust Single Point of Access (SPA) advice line: 0800 0234 650

> @samaritans: 116 123

Lockdown has been difficult for many of us, for lots of different reasons.

Take time to readjust, and be kind to yourself.

Read our tips on how to manage your feelings during the easing of lockdown:


The NHS stands alongside the Grenfell community during this difficult time around the Fourth Anniversary; We know this will be a tough time for families and the wider North Kensington community. Read more here: #Foreverinourhearts

Mind's peer support community is called Side by Side.

There's also the Peer Support service run by @CLWMentalHealth

Find information about these, and about how to manage your feelings about lockdown easing, on our website:

If you aren't able to open up to someone close to you, you can call Samaritans any time on 116 123.

There's more information on how to manage your feelings during this time on our website:

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