Kenward Trust Services
About Kenward Trust
At Kenward Trust we help those affected by addiction, homelessness and crime. Since we opened our doors in 1968 we have helped over 10,000 people to transform their lives and create a new future away from their addictions. Our work spans from sessions in schools delivering early education and interventions, through to residential rehabilitation and providing support to those resettling back into the community.
A team of experienced, dedicated and caring professionals, provide personalised interventions and one-to-one support, addressing alcohol and drug dependence and related issues.
Therapeutic Garden's & Workshops
Our Therapeutic Garden's & Workshops offer an exciting range of activities for our residents, recovery graduates and volunteers to improve their social interaction, achieve greater personal development and acquire new skills and qualifications.
Kenward Trust News & Articles
Volunteers Week 2021
Happy Volunteers Week 2021! This is a really important week to us at Kenward as without our team of volunteers we would just not be able to continue our life-changing work.
Nominate Kenward Trust to receive £1000
Help us create a workshop for our Homeless Project at Kenward Trust by nominating us for Ecclesiastical's Movement for Good.
Kenward Trust welcomes a new Chair of Trustees
Kenward Trust, a charity based in Yalding which provides support to individuals affected by addiction, homelessness, and crime, is delighted to announce the appointment of their new Chair of Trustees, Chris Munday.
Our Alpacas are Excited to Welcome You Back
From April 12th Kenward Trust’s Alpaca Experiences will be back up and running via their commercial enterprise, Kenward Place following the most recent governmental guidelines.
Nationwide Building Society supports our Resettlement Project
We are proud to announce that we have been supported by Nationwide Building Society for our Resettlement Project, providing a safe place to call home to those in recovery from their addictions in locations across Kent and East Sussex.