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Counselling, Advice & Help

Centre for Relational Care

Are you feeling alone? Depressed? Are you going through family or relationship difficulties; at home, in the family, at work, with neighbours, friends? Is anxiety or stress making your life miserable? Are you suffering loss through bereavement?
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We can help you.  An experienced counsellor is now available at Warwick Gates Community Centre
to help with any of the above or other personal issues. The Centre for Relational Care offers counselling and training in relationship issues for individuals, couples or families.

We provide:

  • Support for couples facing difficulties and challenges in their relationship
  • Opportunities for those who are married to enrich and strengthen their relationship
  • One to one care with an experienced counsellor for those facing specific challenges
Arrange a confidential appointment today

To arrange a confidential appointment or to receive details of our workshops please call us on 01926 430 901 or email heather@relationalcare.co.uk.

Warwick Gates Community Church and The Centre for Relational Care

Warwick Gates Community Church is pleased to partner with the Centre for Relational Care in offering this service to the people in our area.

The Centre for Relational Care, which is based in the Church and Community Centre building, offers a professional, confidential counselling service to the wider and local community.It is staffed by a team of experienced and trained counsellors who can offer help for a wide range of problems, including anxiety, depression, bereavement and relationship difficulties.

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Problems with Neighbours?

Help is at hand with MACS (Mediation And Community Support). We offer the services of trained mediators in the Warwick Gates and Whitnash area. We are a totally independent, voluntary organisation. Our services are free of charge and confidential. We have a proven track record in the Leamington and Warwick area.

Mediation is a way of dealing with conflicts or disputes, with the aim of enabling the people involved to reach an agreement that satisfies everybody. Mediators do not take sides, make judgements or lay blame. We also offer information and advice about where to go for further help. Don’t let disputes get out of hand, contact us and talk with one of our friendly trained staff.

Contact us

Contact Judith Halliday on 02476 602 650 or visit the web site at http://www.mediationsupport.org.uk/

Local Police Contacts:

Our local Comunity Support officer is:

PCSO Emma Turner based at the Warwick Police Station,

Priory Road, Warwick. CV34 4NA Tel: 01926 684361

You can visit the Warwickshire Police web site at http://www.warwickshire.police.uk/

 

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Want to Help Others?

Traidcraft

Traidcraft is a Christian response to poverty and has as its mission, fighting poverty through trade. With the opportunity and support Traidcraft supplies, thousands of producers in the developing countries, their families and communities are working their way out of the poverty which otherwise blights their lives and stifles their hope.

For more information about how you can help contact Traidcraft by phone or visit their website www.traidcraft.org.uk

Address and contact numbers:

Traidcraft, Kingsway North, Gateshead, NE11 0NE,
Tel: 0191 4910591 Fax: 0191 4976563
You can buy fair trade products online at www.traidcraftshop.co.uk
Alternatively you can come along to the Community Centre where we have a fair trade store.

Compassion

Compassion exists as an advocate for children: to release them from their spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty; enabling them to become responsible and fulfilled Christian adults.

Compassion began its ministry in Korea in 1952. Now, over 50 years on, Compassion works in 22 of the world's poorest countries, aiding over 500,000 children through sponsorship. Compassion links one child with just one sponsor with whom they can develop a personal friendship through letter writing.

For more information visit the website at www.compassionuk.org