Embrace has received its first referrals from those who were caught up in the recent terror attacks in Manchester and London.
The atrocities have special meaning for Embrace CVoC – we were established in 1993 following the Warrington bombing which killed two children.
The charity, which started in Cheshire, quickly grew to include child victims of all types of crime and today offers a range of practical and emotional support, including access to specialist counselling therapies. Initially working through police officers, the charity now works with a number of partner agencies across the UK.
Anyone struggling to get help locally should contact us immediately on 0345 60 999 60 – we’ll work with you to enable you to speak to the most appropriate counsellor for you.
We’re proud to be standing with Manchester and London – our national database of counselling therapists have confirmed their willingness to prioritise those families caught up in the recent terror events.
We’re also able to help with a range of other services including practical support.