Kenward Trust's services provide support to those affected by addiction, homelessness, and crime.
Kenward Therapeutic Community
Kenward's Therapeutic Community, based on the Recovery Model empowers our residents to take control of their lives and their experiences in order to enable them to transform their lives and create new futures.
Kenward's Day Treatment provides confidential support which fits in with busy lifestyles
Is your drinking or drug use impacting your life?
At Kenward Trust, we provide effective, person-centric support to help you address addictive behaviours. Our services include:
Our Therapeutic Community is a residential addiction rehabilitation centre for those affected by addiction to alcohol and substances. The typical length of stay is anywhere between 4 and 24 weeks dependent on the needs of the individual and incorporates recovery focussed group work, individual counselling and key-working, art therapy, Therapeutic Gardens & Workshop sessions and education sessions.
Our Day Treatment offers a discreet, confidential, and flexible level of support for those with busy lifestyles. We offer two programmes within this treatment, one involving group work covering topics such as exploring triggers and also one-to-one counselling.
We offer supported accommodation to those who have been through a recovery programme but would like some further support in re-integrating back into the community. The length of stay is generally up to two years, where we help the resident look for long-term accommodation and employment.
Kenward Lodge provides supported housing for homeless individuals who were struggling to access community drug and alcohol treatment services due to a lack of accommodation. The length of stay in the Lodge tends to be around 12 weeks, but we offer a referral through to our Move On accommodation for those who would benefit from longer-term support.
Our Youth Team provide education and early intervention to young people across Kent to help raise awareness of the risks associated with substances. A large part of this service is our Think Differently service which provides sessions in schools.
If you feel a loved one, or yourself would benefit from one of our services give us a ring on 01622 814187 or email firstname.lastname@example.org