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.
Not only do we provide a reassuring environment for the young person in crisis; we also understand the importance of support for the family, and have designed our services for all.
All the people involved in the Hope Charity Project have been touched by this (sometimes terrifying) emotionally challenging issue. With the public health system in crisis, we have taken it upon ourselves to fill this niche, providing accessible support networks for children between the ages of 10-18 and their families.
Our long-term vision is not only to unite our own local community, but to bring together other families in communities throughout the UK. The aim is to build a network of HOPE Charity Project groups across the country, helping each other at times when there is nowhere else to turn. If you would like a lifeline or to help us build this network and achieve our vision for change, please register with us here.
We are here to listen to young people when they most need to be heard.
We are at the beginning of this journey to help young people & their families struggling to deal with their day to day life.
We know that early intervention is absolutely key to prevent a young person developing serious additional symptoms.
However, the problem is escalating. The NHS (CAMHS) system currently in crisis not able to give the help & support that's needed for so many, at the time they are reaching out for help.
You can help us to make a difference & prevent these young people getting to such desperate states due to not being acknowledged and heard . Help us to help our next generation & their families now.
Please spare a small amount to make a big difference today.