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
Drugs & Drink: Know the Risk
We have received some great feedback about our learning resource made available for free to schools in Kent. Get in touch with our team to find out how you can access the resource for your school or youth group now.
Kenward Trust on Business Bunker
Listen to our CEO, Penny Williams talking to one of our Trustees, Paul Andrews on Business Bunker about our work and how we have adapted throughout the pandemic.
Start 2021 alcohol-free and fundraise for us at Kenward Trust
1 in 4 adults who drink want to cut down on their consumption in 2021, so why not start this January and donate the money you would have spent on alcohol to support our work helping those affected by addiction, homelessness and crime?
Kenward Trust are delighted to announce their new Patron, David Easter!
Kenward Trust, a charity which supports those affected by addiction, homelessness and crime based in Kent, is delighted to announce the appointment of David Easter as a Patron for the charity.
A Massive Thank you!
A massive thank you to everyone who supported us with our Christmas Auction!
How mindful drinking can help reduce your alcohol intake
This year has proven to be incredibly difficult for everyone, which is being showcased by the increase in alcohol consumption in the UK. The Royal College of Psychiatrists found that around 8.4 million people are drinking at a higher risk.