Funding from NHS clinical commissioning groups provided the initial funds for the Eating Disorder (PETS) project.
KCF funding has allowed us to provide 1:1 and group therapy support for children and young people struggling with their mental health across Kent.
The Molly McLaren Foundation continue to provide funding for 1:1 therapy to support people in Kent with Eating Disorders into recovery.
Awards for All has allowed us to develop the new RWYS website, Eating Disorder Awareness video resources & enabled us to communicate with potentials recipients of our services via Social Media
Mrs Smith & Mount Trust funding has allowed us to provide 1:1 support for children and young people struggling with their mental health across Kent.
KCC funding has allowed us to provide 1:1 and group therapy support, run therapeutic and dramatic projects in schools enabling students to focus on their mental health around exams, and the R U OK? project (link to project page), aimed at raising awareness, reducing mental health stigma and preventing suicide within the Transport and Logistics Sector
Involve have provided funding to enable us to maintain our Men2 Mental Health Support Group (link to Men2 project page). A lifeline for its members.
As their chosen charity, student raised funding received from Invicta Grammar School has enabled us to continue providing further support through our Whole School Approach.
Working in partnership to support their members and offering supervision.
Therapy Partners are a fully trained and accredited team of multi-agency professionals offering counselling, training and wellbeing support to business.
We recognise that it is a privilege to be the funder of hard-working voluntary organisations.
- Frank Brake Community Fund
The Frank Brake Charitable Trust Fund, administrated by Kent Community Foundation, makes grants of up to £5,000.
Counselling In Spain is a website offering information about therapists who provide a confidential service in an area near you and there are other therapists on the website offering other types of therapy.
FreeWills is an online will-writing service.
The National Counselling Society (NCS) was first set up in 1999 by a group of counsellors, psychotherapists, hypnotherapists and psychologists.
A true partnership both in name and in nature, united by a shared responsibility.
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