Helping people in Cheshire West & Chester with mental illness since 1991
We're getting much better at talking about mental health
Slowly, we are seeing signs that the stigma of mental illness is beginning to fade.
Prince Harry, Rio Ferdinand and Mariah Carey are among the many public figures who have spoken candidly about their mental health in the last 12 months. In May, the Prime Minister lit up Downing Street in green to mark Mental Health Awareness Week.
None of this has led to more funding
In fact, the opposite is happening.
Over just the last three years, Chapter has lost more than 50% of our government funding.
We are a small charity that has provided support to people in Cheshire West and Chester with severe mental illness since 1991.
We have helped over 2,500 vulnerable and isolated people to grow in confidence, enjoy better mental health, make new friends and feel hope for the future. All this despite having just two full-time members of staff.
Without help, this vital service could be under threat.
We are asking the community for donations towards our one-to-one support for people with severe mental illness. Our film shows you why Chapter matters to the people we support.
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