Our Charity Work

We strive to extend our support to everyone that needs it.

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We strive to extend our support to everyone that needs it.

Safe, healthy and happy relationships are the bedrock of good emotional wellbeing.

We deliver as many of our services as possible cost-free so that everyone has access to support — not just those that can afford it.

Many of the people we work with are in particularly vulnerable circumstances.

Some have experienced domestic abuse and need space to recover and rebuild their lives with professional help. Others need mental health support and can’t pay for private sessions or suffer years-long waiting lists.

We don’t want anyone to fall through the cracks.

That’s why all the money we raise goes back into developing a robust network of support.

Find out how we’re helping the North of England maintain safe, healthy and happy relationships below.

Social housing is designed to provide people who are on lower incomes, or need extra support, with a safe and affordable place to live. If you are unemployed or on a lower income, you may be two to three times more likely to develop mental health problems.

We provide free counselling sessions to tenants of social housing providers. We help ensure tenants are looked after in a more holistic way, so that our more vulnerable community members don’t feel disengaged or left behind.

We are currently partnered with Arcon Housing Association, Guinness Northern Counties, Jigsaw Housing, 54North Homes, Equity Housing, and ForHousing.

Cancer can devastate lives, and being diagnosed with cancer can leave you feeling stressed, anxious and depressed. We help ease the experience of cancer diagnosis with free mental health support.

Those we’ve worked with say it’s enabled them to reduce fears, regain control during rough days, and continue to live more presently and positively.

We provide free counselling services to young people in care via a programme called The Right Angle.

Children in alternative provision may have experienced complex and turbulent living conditions, and may need an extra boost to achieve their full potential.

We partner with The Tutor Trust to ensure children in care have access to one-to-one educational support for key school subjects, and access to a counsellor who provides a safe space for discussion, reflection and the nurturing of good emotional wellbeing.

We never want to turn anyone away, which is why we offer the opportunity for those on lower incomes to pay less for counselling sessions.

Anyone that earns under £25,000 per annum is free to call us and discuss how we provide fair and affordable emotional support.

"Last year there were days I couldn't get out of bed. Nobody will ever really know how much of a difference this has made to me. I've had counselling before and they said they couldn't help me . Everything was muddled, but now it's all clear — I could never have imagined that I'd get to where I am today."

We offer integrated support to people who have been harmed by anyone participating in our programmes. This can come in the form of counselling or other therapeutic services.

We know the best way to tackle domestic abuse is to pool our expertise together, so we work with a number of organisations across Greater Manchester and beyond to ensure that anyone referred to us gets the help that they need.

Nobody who has experienced domestic abuse pays a single penny for our support.

We want to end cycles of abuse by ensuring children don’t learn unhealthy behaviours from people they’ve seen harm others. We also want children who’ve witnessed domestic abuse to be able to process their experiences in a safe and comfortable space.

We provide free counselling sessions, play therapy, and other therapeutic services to children who’ve witnessed domestic abuse. We adapt our services so that children benefit from what best suits them and their circumstances.

Ending cycles of abuse requires people to unlearn harmful behaviours. We provide free behaviour change services across the North of England for people who want to stop causing harm to partners and family members.

Our behaviour change programmes are all-inclusive. We work with men, women, individuals who identify as LGBTQIA+, and people for whom English is not their first language.

"It really helped to get things off my chest and talk to someone who understands what I've been through. I now realise that I'm not the only one going through this, I'm not to blame for the situation I'm in, and I'm confident that I will get out of it."

Help us help those in need.

If you'd like to support our work and ensure as many people as possible can benefit from safe, healthy and happy relationships, follow the link below. There are many ways you can donate to our organisation; find out what works for you.

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