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Trauma Recovery Centre

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The Trauma Recovery Centre (TRC) is a charity that runs projects designed for the creative, fun and purposeful recovery of children facing challenge and crisis.We believe that children are precious and childhood should be fun. Sadly so many children suffer from crisis, extreme challenges and overwhelming emotional pressure.

We exist because we want to:
- Help children process what’s going on in their world.- Help give them a voice.- Give children the time and space to feel safe enough to work out what they are feeling and why, so they can be empowered for a positive,
bright future!

The TRC has 4 project
areas:

1. TRC Therapy Centre

At our purpose-built therapeutic play centre in Bath, we provide play, art and creative therapy for children and their carers who are facing trauma and extreme challenges.

2. TRC Training Centre

Our Training Centre aims to
help develop a better understanding of the issues children are facing, and to provide excellent training to the professionals who work with children.

3. Treehouse Project

The Treehouse Project provides an after-care service in the UK for survivors of human trafficking.

4. Oakside Creative Education Centre

Oakside exists to provide a full-time and part-time alternative curriculum in a therapeutic environment for young people who are not engaging with mainstream education.

The TRC runs through donations, fundraising and grant applications from generous organisations and
invididuals. We are very grateful to all those who support us in doing these incredible and vital projects.

Charity No: 1141659

Find out more

Website
http://www.trc-uk.org
Twitter
http://twitter.com/#!/Trauma_recovery
YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoiWmXqy500

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