The Wynn Foundation Presents a Grant to the No Panic
Claire Rogers and Richard Wynn presented a cheque for £1500 to No Panic to help them to relocate and to support the upgrade of their telephone systems.
No Panic offers a full range of services for people who suffer from Panic Attacks, Phobias and Obsessive/Compulsive Disorder including: Mentoring & recovery groups, Youth support services, 2 national helplines and extensive online support, literature, CDs and DVDs, a membership scheme and contact book, social events and other types of intervention to ensure that support is provided.
The support they provide is telephone and online based, ensuring that they can reach everyone. People can self refer which means people can access support when they need it. No Panic aims to help everyone and understand the problems people are facing when they need help and aim to help fill the void. The services are free or low cost with concessions for those on benefits.
Richard Wynn and Claire Rogers (far left) present a cheque to Michelle D’Ambrosia and Nicki Brown of No Panic.