Crosslight Advice is a free debt advice service. It supports people struggling with debt through face-to-face advice, money education and ongoing support.
On the Streets of Tunbridge Wells
Street Pastors is an inter-denominational church response to urban problems, engaging with people on the streets to care, listen and dialogue.
Life & Soul
For Young Lives
A local Christian charity working with children and young people aged 5-25, delivering Bible-based assemblies, mentoring, resilience workshops, relationships education and Play Therapy in local primary and secondary schools and at a hostel for homeless youth.
Support for the Older Generation
Good Neighbours is an established local Christian charity supported by Churches Together in Tunbridge Wells.
We tackle social isolation amongst the older generation by helping clients reconnect with their local community through our Befriending service or Falls Prevention programme.
Youth For Christ
A local charity that works with young people.
We demonstrate the love of God, declare who Jesus is, encourage a decision to follow Him and disciple young people to live their lives to the full.
Caring for Families
Fegans cares holistically for children and families by providing counselling, parenting support, and emotional support for children in their schools.
Crossways Community is a Christian charity which provides residential care and support for adults aged 18-65 with acute to moderate mental health issues. Crossways offers a variety of accommodation to cater for all needs. We also run regular mental health awareness programmes in schools, businesses, churches and community groups in West Kent.
The Recovery Course
Sixteen session course based on the twelve-step programme bringing freedom from addiction
The Recovery Course is a Christian charity established to reach those suffering from the effects of addictions of all kinds, including alcohol, drugs, gambling, pornography, food, social media and other compulsive habits. The charity does this through enabling, equipping and encouraging churches to run the Recovery Course. The course is suitable for people of faith or no faith; the key requirement for a successful outcome is that course attendees have a desire to overcome their addiction.