There is always hope...

"TRC started with awareness... Then we thought, how can we also support with action... We are proud to say we found a way"

The Revelry Collective are proud to be partnered with Hub of Hope, a service provided by Chasing The Stigma.

When anybody buys any of our clothing, somewhere there will be a QR code that will take you to the Hub of Hope app, where you (Or the person you are supporting) can input a postcode and find out what help is around local to them 

"Everybody should have hope"

What is the Hub of Hope?

The Hub of Hope is the UK’s leading mental health support database. It is provided by national mental health charity, Chasing the Stigma, and brings local, national, peer, community, charity, private and NHS mental health support and services together in one place for the first time.

Initially a simple spreadsheet of local services populated at the kitchen table of Chasing the Stigma founder and CEO, Jake Mills, the Hub of Hope was born out of Jake’s own lived experience of extreme mental and emotional distress. He witnessed first-hand the difficulties in finding relevant, accessible and nearby support when it was most needed and decided to take action.

To date, the Hub of Hope has directed hundreds of thousands of people to life-changing and even life-saving support and it is now the UK’s go-to mental health support signposting tool, with thousands of local, regional and national support groups and services listed

Who is the Hub of Hope for?

Short Answer = Everyone...

If you are here then it is likely that you, or someone you care about, is experiencing mental and emotional distress that – right now - feels unbearable and overwhelming.

We all cope in different ways with experiences that feel unbearable and overwhelming. We may feel low, despairing, helpless, and withdraw from contact with others. We may feel so desperate that we consider taking, or attempt to take our own lives. Alternatively, we may experience the sensation that things are speeding up, with an increased desire to communicate with others. There may be a sense of inner and outer experiences starting to blur, and we may feel as if we’re losing contact with what most people consider to be reality.


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