Aurora Foundation for People Abused in Childhood

Aurora's mission is to help adults abused in childhood to heal and move on with their lives. It aims to help reduce the emotional and psychological pain that adult men and women suffer as a result of childhood abuse, by providing support, counselling and healing therapies. These are geared to help them recover from their difficulties and to build a more positive, healthy relationship with themselves, with others and with the world around them.
Helping ten victims of childhood abuse in London
 
James and Julie are victims of childhood sexual abuse. They suffer from anxiety and depression making it very difficult for them to hold down jobs.There are no free specialist services in London to help them so they have to find the money themselves to get support. They began counselling at the Aurora Foundation, but had to stop as they could no longer afford to pay for sessions. This project provides the means for them and eight other victims to get the help they desperately need. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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