At bccs we believe that every child should be loved and supported. However, some children experience great hardship and suffering – from bereavement and bullying, to anxiety and abuse. bccs provides counselling for children and young adults whose wellbeing, mental or emotional health could be at risk.
bccs cares for over 1,600 new children each year and will be caring for around 3,500 at any one time. bccs employs only qualified and dedicated Social Workers and Counsellors to care for these children, which enables us to handle almost any problem that might arise without delay. We work in partnership with over 100 schools and provide our service on site at school. Our unique approach is to intervene as soon as problems are identified and work with the children for as long as it takes to put things right.
What we believe
To provide a caring professional response to the child in need, irrespective of their background, race or religion.
We receive no national or local statutory funding of any kind. Neither do we draw from Diocesan funds. We are proud of the fact that we raise our own finance with the unstinting help of our supporters and benefactors.