Many people experience significant traumatic life events such as domestic violence, grief, loss and bereavement. We are here to bring support to the whole family including carers. Our objective is to be here when support is needed. Our support and therapeutic services including counselling are free to access and all of our support is person-centred and trauma informed.
We are a small charity that runs on donations and does not receive any statutory funding. We are the only specialist therapeutic support service currently working with children and young people across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire who are offering family therapy and can work with the whole family to create stronger families. We rely on a small team of volunteers to oversee the running of the charity and are always looking for people to support our work through donating towards our work to enable us to continue running the services which are all free to access.
Important Service Update
Due to unprecedented demand we have made the decision to close our waiting list to new referrals at this time. We are working tirelessly to acquire the resources we need to continue to sustain our service delivery and meet future increasing demand. We continue to work with our current beneficiaries, providing our specialist therapeutic service whilst making a difference one life at a time.
Our services has returned to face to face
Covid 19: we continue working with adherence to government guidance on Social Distancing. We operate an appointment based system so any contact with our service must be pre-arranged by contacting the office on Tel: 0115 9206241.
If you need to speak to someone when We R Here is closed, you can call The Samaritans for free on 116 123 they are available 365 days a year 24 hours a day.
You can also call The Nottinghamshire Mental Health Helpline on 0300 555 0730 the lines are open from 9am to 11pm 7 days a Week.
WE R HERE is absolutely honoured and delighted to receive The Queens Award for Voluntary Service.
We R Here is proud to be part of the Women’s Aid Federation of England, working together until all women are free from domestic violence