This includes issues around housing, illness, stress, or money worries - the charity's aim is to help people for the long term. Take a look at how BWC can help here
BWC offer services through in-house client advisors as well as a case worker to support clients with more in-depth issues. The charity also has some great online tools such as Beating Stress Interactive and i-reslience tool, along with lots of information and advice.
Working with experts
Not only do clients benefit from an in-house team, but the charity has also established partnerships with the National Autistic Society, Leonard Cheshire Disability and Arthritis Care to offer independent and confidential information, advice and guidance.
Tony, a BWC client says: 'When I first got in touch with BWC I was struggling to find a way to build a reasonable life for myself. With encouragement and the right financial help, I have regained confidence and am about to begin a new career in which I believe I will flourish. I had, until my period of difficulty, lived a useful and constructive life, and the BWC have given me help to regain this'.