Please note: WE R HERE is not a 24 Hour service.

If you are in need of crisis support (outside of our normal opening hours) call Samaritans on 116 123 for free, any time day or night or the new Nottinghamshire Mental Health Helpline on 0300 555 0730 open from 9am until 11pm, 7 days a week.

COVID-19 Update!

Our service has now reopened and we are working with adherence to government guidance on Social Distancing. We operate a purely appointment based system so any contact with our service must be pre-arranged by contacting the office on Tel: 0115 9206241.

We are following the latest government guidance and any changes to our service delivery will be in line with Covid-19 strategy, and will be announced via our Social Media accounts and website.

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Our service is an Organisational Member of BACP and our counsellors work in accordance with the BACP Ethical Framework

Latest News

WE R HERE is absolutely honoured and delighted to receive The Queens Award for Voluntary Service.

This is the highest award that can be given to a voluntary organisation in recognition of the invaluable part played by the volunteers that serve our community. WE R HERE is one of only 230 charities, social enterprises and voluntary groups to receive the prestigious award this year. Our volunteers are at the heart of our service, dedicating their precious time and energy to ensure that our specialist team is able to deliver this life changing service.
This award recognises the dedication and commitment of our unsung heroes. We would like to join in giving a big thank you to all our volunteers.

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Established in 2011, We R Here offers support for families who are struggling. Families that have experienced domestic abuse, bereavement or where there is conflict following a divorce. We offer support not only for parents but specialist support for children is also available.

About WE R HERE

We are here to bring support to children, young people, their families and carers. Many people experience significant traumatic life events such as domestic violence, grief, loss and bereavement. Access to therapeutic support makes a significant difference to the sense of emotional well-being experienced after such life impacting events. Our objective is to be here when this support is needed. Our counselling is free to access and person-centred.

Our journey has been achieved with the hard work of a small team of staff, volunteers and Trustees who are committed to ensuring that this service grows to meet the continuing rise in demand for the specialist service we offer.

We believe that it is possible

to make a difference

one life at a time.