The Manna House Trust

The Manna House Trust

Charity information

The Manna House Trust

The MHCS offers a professionally trained service to people with problems which might include a troubled marriage, bereavement or redundancy, depression or suicidal feelings, emotional trauma, abuse.

Founded 1982

  • Mission statement

    To provide a well respected counselling service freely available to all communities throughout the county of Northamptonshire.
    To provide recognised counsellor training courses to potential counsellors on a local, national and international basis.
    To help and advise, where appropriate, other groups around the country to establish counselling centre of quality.
    To provide five flats for the homeless in partnership with the local Borough Council and a Housing Association.

  • Aims

    The Manna House Trust aims to:

    • The MHCS helps and advises, were appropriate, other groups around the country to establish counselling centres.
    • The MHCS offers a professionally trained service to people with emotional, psychological, or situational problems.
    • The Stonewalls Project is a service operates within a number of schools for children (approx. aged between 9 and 15) who are having difficulty with the loss of a parent for whatever reason.
    • The MHCS provides counsellor training courses to potential counsellors on a local, national and international basis.
  • Overview

    Established: August 1982

    Registered Charity Number: 286358

    Board members: 8

    Full time staff: 3

    Part time staff: 12

    Volunteers: 29

    Phone number: 01604 633304

    Address: 73 St. Giles Street Northampton NN1 1JF

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