Help for all - because every worry is valid.
2020 has been a universally tough year so far, and we've all been impacted by Covid-19, sudden change and uncertainty. It's understandable that so many of us will be finding it difficult to manage our grief, fear, stress and challenges such as heightened anxiety, loneliness, burnout or concerns about the future as lockdown eases. That's why The Help Hub is here for you, no matter what your current challenge is as a result of coronavirus. Every worry is valid. If you need to talk, we encourage you to sign up for a confidential conversation with one of the 800 volunteers in our Hub. Whether you'd prefer a phone or a video call, our service is free and every Help Hub member is a trained therapist or counsellor. We promise to listen without judgement, support you and signpost ways to manage moving forwards where we can. Please get in touch.
Every worry is valid
If you have found yourself on your own and feeling isolated and fearful - we are here to help. If you are worried about your health or the health of another. If you have concerns about your job or about money, are feeling loss and confusion or grief – it’s all valid
We are a group of qualified therapists who are giving our time freely to help people in your situation. If you would like a 20 minute chat on Skype, FaceTime or on the telephone, you can book a session with us through our calendar and we will contact you at the relevant time.
Job Vacancy -Programme Manager
This is a new and exciting role with a high degree of autonomy, requiring the successful candidate to work imaginatively and on his or her own initiative.
The Help Hub awarded recognition by The Prime Minister
The daily Points of Light award recognises outstanding individual volunteers - people who are making a change in their community.
We can help...
Coronavirus has hit us all differently. Whatever your worries and concerns, they’re valid. You’re valid. Go to www.thehelphub.co.uk and book a free 20 minute call or video call with one of our qualified therapists. Emotional support is for everyone. We all need someone to talk to – particularly now.