Working for better mental health in the community

Crossways Community is a Christian charity which provides residential care and support for adults with mental health issues.


We offer a variety of accommodation including residential care, also suitable for those who need a period of rehabilitation before moving onto semi-independent or independent living or floating support for those in our independent flats

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Working in our community

We run various Mental Health Awareness support days and provide drop-in sessions at our Cafe for people in need of support whether that be family members or directly. We also run rehabilitation sessions throughout Kent and at our accommodation sites.

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Join the team

We’re always on the look out for new volunteers or charitable donations for events. We’re extremely grateful for the many people who conbribute both directly and indirectly to Crossways, if you would like to help please visit our support area.

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Help support Crossways Community with donations

Donations are incredibly important to continue providing support to our community members. If you could spare even a little it’s greatly appreciated. Donate securely through Virgin Money Giving.

Crossways Community News and Events

Resident Hosts ‘Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning’ Event at Moxham House

Crossways Community resident, Hope, recently organised a coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Research. Hope says: “To raise money for Macmillan Cancer Research, a sale of homemade cakes, biscuits and cheese turnovers took place on Monday 7th October. I know that many people like me share the experience of knowing people affected by…

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Mental Health Awareness Training For The New School Term

Crossways Community is offering Mental Health Awareness training to Primary and Secondary Schools in West Kent. Our lessons have been developed to help Primary and Secondary Schools comply with the upcoming Statutory Guidance for PHSE for mental wellbeing. The topics can be tailored to suit each year group and there is no charge to state…

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The Kitchen Table aims to challenge the stigma of mental health in Tunbridge Wells

Tunbridge Wells charity, Crossways Community, have today announced the opening of their latest project ‘The Kitchen Table’. The first of its kind, the café is open to everyone but will be a versatile modern space designed to reach those in the community who are experiencing concerns around their mental wellbeing and need a listening ear.…

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