City Hospital Behavioural Centre, has extended their hands to create greater capacity to help rape survivors. The need has increased for more central counselling services for rape survivors who use public transport or who stay in remote areas.
With this new partnership, it enables the Jes Foord Foundation to have a greater reach and to aid survivors who call in from remote areas who can only get to Durban CBD. Now City Hospital Behavioural centre will offer professional free counselling services to any rape survivors referred from the Jes Foord Foundation.
With both teams; City Hospital Behavioural team and the Jes Foord Foundation team, having the same vision to help survivors on their inward journey to healing and enjoying a full, happy life after rape. They are both assured this will be a successful partnership.
In the picture:- Jes Foord (JFF), Nonhle Ngwane (CHBC), Wanda Boshoff (CHBC), Trish Buchanan (JFF), Michelle Smith (JFF) and James Sturdee (City Hospital Behavioural Centre)