400 people come to Crisis Intervention Centre every year. Part of them are experiencing instant and unforeseen crisis situations, others are living in lasting difficulties.
Sometimes these are people, who suddenly lost someone close, all their assets or just were diagnosed with a severe disease, which demans all of their financial resources. It is obvious that people facing these difficulties feel a lot of anxiety, get depressed and even suicidal thoughts appear.
Volunteers of Crisis Intervention Centre announce about a new initiative and seeks to create a fund. This fund will finance lasting consultations for clients, who have strong motivation to solve their problems and seek to receive lasting psychological support, which they can not afford because of the underlying circumstances.