Mental Health & Wellbeing | Sevenoaks District Council

Mental Health & Wellbeing

One in four people will experience poor mental health at some point in their lives. Generally, this will develop over time, so it’s really important to be aware of our thoughts, feelings and behaviour and to take steps to look after our mental wellbeing.

Local Mental Health support services

West Kent Mind

North Kent Mind

Release the Pressure mental health support


How are you?

Take the “Every Mind Matters” quiz today. The quiz will ask you five questions about your mood, sleep, anxiety, stress and worries and provide you with steps and tips on things you can change.

Take the quiz


Six Ways to Wellbeing

There are six practical strategies you can adopt to improve your own mental wellbeing, why not try any number of the six below and see if it makes a difference to you: 

1. Be Active. Exercising is well known improve our mood, find an activity you enjoy that suits your level of ability and fitness. Take a moment to explore local green spaces

2. Keep Learning. Take up a new interest or rediscover an old passion. 

3. Give. Volunteer your time, perform a random act of kindness. Making others happy can be incredibly rewarding and can improve our social connections.

4. Connect. Build your connections with family, friends, colleagues and neighbours. 

5. Take Notice. Pay attention to the little details and savour the beautiful moments that make up your day. 

6. Care for the planet. Look after your environment and take pride in the contribution you make to a healthier planet. 


Looking for local support?

We are commissioned by Kent County Council to deliver the One You Lifestyle service. The service is for residents aged 18 and older who are looking for some help to feel more positive.

The support we offer is free of charge and offered on a one-to-one basis.

If you are interested in registering for the One You Lifestyle service, just fill in our registration form below.

Complete our form

If you need help to complete the form, please call us on 0300 020 0636 and a member of the team will help you to register.

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