Covid 19 update. In light of this and in line with current government advice, HOPE continues to provide all our counselling support and soon to announce of more groups to attend.
WE would also like to ask for donations to help us to carry on providing all our services during this difficult time.
As time goes on & lock downs persist we are struggling more & more to cover costs due to our regular fundraising events not able to take place, putting us sadly at risk of closure. Being a small charity we are often not thought about. HOPE needs regular donations to keep afloat through this time. Please help if you can.
Please take care of each other, stay safe & well. Be kind and remember we are here to offer support where we can.
From the Hope Charity Project Team
Welcome to HOPE Charity Project
The HOPE Charity Project has been set up to help families in Sussex and surrounding areas, who are worried or struggling to support their children suffering from mental health issues, or Emotional Health as we prefer to call it. We offer a very real, compassionate approach to providing advice, support, and comfort to the children, parents and siblings who are all affected by this growing nationwide problem.
Managed by people with a very personal experience of how a child's failing Emotional health can affect everyone's lives, the charity aims to provide support for the whole family and even friends. At HCP, we ultimately provide a listening ear, many different and effective therapies that will aid healing, promote positivity and inspire emotional calmness. We aim to bring people together, remove the stigma attached to Mental Health, promote change and overcome each day together.
Have HOPE together
You are not alone
Help for Families
We are here to work with families with current and growing concerns. They may be struggling at home, behind closed doors, or are already in the overwhelmingly stressful hospital admittance system, struggling to cope with everything. We are here for all affected. Everyone needs to be given hope
As a young person, you can experience a range of emotional problems, when faced with difficult situations and challenges.
Maybe you are just trapped in your own thoughts and feel no-one could or would understand.
Occasionally, your feelings or mood may be so extreme or upsetting that you may need urgent help.
If you're self-harming, feel like running away, or saying you no longer want to go on living, then you may need immediate support. Don't be alone.