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WHAT WE OFFER

The Charity provides a holistic in-house service, offering a wide variety of services, aimed at supporting beneficiaries through life changing situations.

Inaddition, in-house therapy and activities are organised to encourage beneficaries to engage in peer to peer hobbies.

The success of this approach can be evidenced by the comments of beneficairies taking part by way of example, one who took part in cooking sessions: “While busy baking I felt I could join in conversations with other cooks.  After a few sessions I began opening up about things that were bothering me. It felt safe with no pressure to begin, continue or end a conversation.  If I wanted to stop talking or gather my thoughts, I could easily be distracted with what needed to be cooked or to do the washing up!” 

The “no appointment required” and non-judgmental approach of the Charity offers a life line to many suffering real hardship or with significant mental health issues, some of whom see no way out of the dark place they find themselves in. The service provided by the Charity thows light where there is darkness and in many cases provides the first tentative steps on the road to recovery and integration back into the community.

If you or someone you know are in need of support please contact either:

Monday to Friday 10 am – 4 pm the Bridge Centre located in King’s Lynn at 52a South Clough Lane, PE30 1SE.

Monday to Friday 9 am - 4 pm Tel: 01553 760230 or 0300 111 2030

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Cart empty
BFH web Get Support
 

WHAT WE OFFER

The Charity provides a holistic in-house service, offering a wide variety of services, aimed at supporting beneficiaries through life changing situations.

Inaddition, in-house therapy and activities are organised to encourage beneficaries to engage in peer to peer hobbies.

The success of this approach can be evidenced by the comments of beneficairies taking part by way of example, one who took part in cooking sessions: “While busy baking I felt I could join in conversations with other cooks.  After a few sessions I began opening up about things that were bothering me. It felt safe with no pressure to begin, continue or end a conversation.  If I wanted to stop talking or gather my thoughts, I could easily be distracted with what needed to be cooked or to do the washing up!” 

The “no appointment required” and non-judgmental approach of the Charity offers a life line to many suffering real hardship or with significant mental health issues, some of whom see no way out of the dark place they find themselves in. The service provided by the Charity thows light where there is darkness and in many cases provides the first tentative steps on the road to recovery and integration back into the community.

If you or someone you know are in need of support please contact either:

Monday to Friday 10 am – 4 pm the Bridge Centre located in King’s Lynn at 52a South Clough Lane, PE30 1SE.

Monday to Friday 9 am - 4 pm Tel: 01553 760230 or 0300 111 2030

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

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