Our Commitment to Your Well-being

At GCHA we understand that mental health is as important as physical health. Our Mental Health Hub is designed to support, educate, and empower our residents with resources, tips, and access to services that promote mental well-being. Whether you’re seeking information, support, or ways to help others, you’ll find valuable resources here to guide you.

We believe everyone deserves access to mental health resources and support. Here, we offer a safe space to explore services and gain knowledge about maintaining and improving mental health, all tailored to meet the needs of our community.

Wellbeing Service

Learn about the Tenant Support and Wellbeing Service (TSWS), a free resource for all GCHA residents. Discover how it can help you with personal and financial issues, providing support exactly when needed.

Tips for Mental Health Resilience

Building resilience can transform your ability to handle life’s challenges. Our tips and strategies for enhancing mental health resilience can help you cope with stress, recover from setbacks, and maintain a positive outlook.

Creating a Positive Home Environment

Enhancing your living space to support your mental health can profoundly impact your daily well-being. Simple changes can help create a sanctuary that reduces stress and promotes relaxation. Check out some of our top tips.

Local Support in Gravesham

Connect with local mental health services and support groups. Our guide offers information on accessible local resources, ensuring you know where to seek professional help within the Gravesham area.

Why Mental Health Matters

Good mental health enhances your ability to:

  • Engage with life: Enjoy participation in community activities and experiences.
  • Live fully: Embrace opportunities, work productively, and build strong relationships.
  • Deal with challenges: Manage stress and bounce back from hardships.

We’re Here to Help

If you have any questions or need further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

For additional support or in urgent situations, please do not hesitate to contact the appropriate services. Remember, reaching out for help is a sign of strength, and numerous resources are available to support your journey to better mental health.