Nearly all of our beneficiaries initially come to us with one specific need. This could be needing support with parenting, help with school or relationship issues, struggling with poor mental health, or having difficulty in finding employment.
However, the truth is more complicated, and the challenges are more difficult to overcome.
Our research (found here) shows just how interconnected people’s problems are, and how vital it is that we support them holistically. It is only by helping people to address as many of their needs as possible that we can help them to secure lasting change.
We are committed to understanding people’s needs and our own impact to help inform what we do.
Everyone struggles sometimes, and everyone can do with some help. Find out more about how our trained staff and volunteers can help you.
Volunteers are at the heart of Surrey Care Trust – we could not continue without them. If you would like to make a difference to your local community, get in…