Ceder House Counselling Centre
The charity has managed the Cedar House Counselling Centre for four years. Originally established in 1997 as a pregnancy crisis counselling service, the Cedar House Trustees transferred the management of the service to MANW in October 2012.
The professionally accountable counselling service has expanded from its original area of impact - clients include both men and women who are experiencing issues such historic or on-going abuse, stress & anxiety, miscarriage, eating disorders, depression, childhood trauma, bereavement, low self-esteem and relationship difficulties.
The service is delivered from a property in the centre of Preston owned by the Cedar House Charity Trustees. The service has two dedicated managers, covering general and clinical management roles. The remaining roles are staffed by a team of trained volunteers. The Counsellors have a particular expertise and are all accredited in counselling issues surrounding pregnancy crisis, post termination and pregnancy loss.
We do not charge for the service we provide although clients are asked to make a donation if they are able. Cedar House receives no funding from statutory bodies relying on the generosity of supporters.