- Children & Youth
- People with Disabilities
Location390 Caledonian RoadLondon, Greater London N1 1DNUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
Growing Hope provides free therapy for children and young people with additional needs and their families in partnership with local churches across the UK. We have a vision to see 20 clinics set up by 2030. We aim to grow hope for children, hope for families and hope in Jesus. Growing Hope is motivated by the Christian faith and runs clinics in partnership with local churches. Our services are open to everyone of any faith background.
Growing Hope was set up in 2017. As a charity we aim to grow hope for children, hope for families and hope in Jesus.
We want to positively impact as many children, young people and their families as possible across the country. We want families to know their value, have courage put back into them, and experience hope where things can be difficult.
We currently have three Growing Hope clinics: King’s Cross, Brockley and High Wycombe with another due to open in early 2023. The clinics offer varied therapies depending on resource in each location but can include: occupational therapy, music therapy, speech and language etc. We provide support groups for parents and siblings of children with additional needs through our clinics as well as offering facilitator training. We also support churches through accessibility training and auditing.