What does CURVE stand for?
Together, we hope to break down stigma, raise awareness and shine a light on some of these often-misunderstood conditions and issues.
C – Caring
U – Understanding
“Just because you can’t always see it doesn’t mean it isn’t there”. We understand that not all illnesses/conditions or differences are visible. Curve Foundation specialises in raising awareness and understanding of these invisible conditions. We understand that it can be challenging for children and young adults to open up about how they feel or what they are going through.
We understand the impact both physically and mentally when things are left and unaddressed.
With an understanding, expert knowledge and compassion that Curve Foundation creates a safe space where our service users can feel comfortable and build strong, lasting and ongoing relationships.
R – Reacting
Curve Foundation is incredibly proactive in reacting to what is going on in the world and the current climate.
We tailor our workshop content and sessions accordingly across all our social media channels.
V – Vision
Our mission is to motivate, educate and inspire children and young adults on mental health issues.
We will provide regular support through workshops, interactive sessions and signposting them for further help and guidance.
We will raise awareness of mental health issues through our fundraising campaigns and projects.
Providing NHS Mental Health Nurses to Schools
We provide students with access to much needed mental health guidance and support to help tackle the expanding NHS waiting lists for mental health services. This service impacts local children and young people sooner by directly providing preventive action.
£8000 Donation to the Phoenix Ward 2019
In December, we often are lucky enough to visit the Children’s Phoenix Ward, Broomfield hospital and take with us the talented Trevor Cline, who does some balloon modelling for the children on the wards.
We often buy presents for them all, taking along lego sets, teddy bears, books and dolls for the children to wish them a Merry Christmas and a speedy recovery.
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