The difference Relate MTB makes to local residents and communities has been recognised with a grant of £1,260 from Chiltern District Council.
We are committed to providing high quality relationship counselling and those who are unable to pay can apply for support from our Bursary Funding Scheme.
Currently 17% of sessions we deliver are partly or fully funded by the Bursary Funding Scheme, money which is raised entirely by Relate MTB, replying on the support of local authorities, charitable organisations and trusts that value the difference we make.
Fiona Greenfield, Centre Director, thanked the councillors and officers of Chiltern District Council, saying: “We are delighted that Chiltern District Council continues to recognise the difference our relationship counselling is making to people from all walks of life, in so many different circumstances. By improving the relationship skills of local people of all ages and backgrounds, we improve skills in communicating with and building relationships with people across communities. From feedback from our clients we know that our counselling can have a life-long impact.”
In 2017-18 Relate MTB delivered counselling sessions to more than 200 people living in Chiltern District.