We’re proud to be part of the #NETCharityChamps campaign and celebrate as one of many charities who have adapted and responded to the new needs of our communities with creativity and compassion, helping to reduce isolation, and support vital mental wellbeing services.
Our counselling and bereavement service features as one of the charities that is transforming NET Coronavirus Appeal donations into making a difference in their communities.
Thanks to Fearne Cotton for highlighting the work of our charity and the importance of mental health in her tweet!
Funding from the National Emergencies Trust (NET) Coronavirus Appeal, through the Hertfordshire Community Foundation, has enabled our charity to offer even more heavily subsided counselling sessions and bereavement support via telephone or video, reaching those in urgent need of it.
We’re able to support people across Hertfordshire by offering counselling, counselling training and bereavement support. It gives people on low incomes access to affordable long-term therapy which isn’t widely available in the area. We strive to help people struggling with their mental health and to eradicate the stigma attached to it.
Individuals experiencing poverty and on low-incomes have been disproportionately affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and face greater risk to their mental health. The need for quality and subsidised counselling and therapeutic interventions has never been more important.
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