Climbing Out of Depression
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About Climbing Out of Depression:
Climbing can provide some light in the dark for those who are grieving and who are suffering from depression or any other form of mental illness. It's not a cure but focussing on something enjoyable and all-encompassing can provide relief from the pain and anxiety that people experience.
Climbing Out of Depression aims to reach individuals in need of support and provide an activity that creates structure, teaches new skills and team work and provides relief and distraction.
To provide a service to anyone suffering from any form of depression. To lease with councillors and other charities, hospitals, schools etc and offer climbing as an activity that is know to improve ones mental health.
Offer heavily discounted or free sessions to those referred to us to learn to belay and climb with others in similar situations. We will aim to have a trained psychologist present at these sessions as well as the qualified instructor, to help, advice and support if necessary.
Funding will pay for the organisation of these sessions, instructors, helpers and to pay the climbing walls.
Steven Whitehead contributed £320
Matt Glendenning contributed £5
Charlotte Dobson contributed £10
Simon May contributed £10
Nadia Strappelli contributed £5
Matt Bayly contributed £5
Rike Jones contributed
Lydia Benjamin contributed £18
Ruth Hartley contributed £20
Dave Rattue contributed £11
Bill Burridge contributed £50
David Bishop contributed £15
Karen Caby contributed £10
Wayne Clark, well done superheros Lucy R & Lucy G contributed £10
Hazel MacLean contributed £20
Janette Garlick contributed £10
Andy Moos contributed £45
Mari N contributed £20
Sarah Leon contributed £30
Robb Haze contributed £15
Jay Patterson contributed £20
Emma Jones contributed
Graeme Rivett contributed £50
Abby Rudland contributed £20