Somewhere House Somerset appoints Second Mountain


Therapeutic service provider Somewhere House Somerset has appointed charity comms specialist Second Mountain to provide purposeful PR, content and social media support to enable the charity to expand its reach and impact.


The Somerset-based charity’s therapeutic interventions and community projects are currently experiencing high demand in the Sedgemoor area and beyond.


Somewhere House Somerset supports over 130 clients a week via a combination of in-person and virtual sessions, delivered by a growing team of professional and highly experienced counsellors.


The purpose-driven charity, established in 2011 by Angie Clarke, CEO of addiction treatment centre Somewhere House, operates with a clear mission of providing therapeutic services to anyone who chooses to access support in the local community.


Somewhere House Somerset takes a professional and flexible approach to low cost counselling, educational workshops and community projects. The charity specialises in helping people with their mental health, covering a range of issues including self harm, trauma, anxiety and depression.


Angie Clarke, CEO of Somewhere House Somerset, comments:

“Therapeutic services are not easily accessible or available to everyone, because of funding cuts and changes in the way services are rolled out to the public. As a charity, we exist to help bring new perspective to people’s lives and offer choices to individuals. With our knowledge and specialist skills, our aim is to help people in the local community realise their potential and bring about positive changes in their lives.”

Ben Veal MCIPR, director of Second Mountain Comms, adds:


“It’s a privilege to have the opportunity to support Somewhere House Somerset, a charity with a great heart that’s committed to supporting individuals to feel heard, cared for and acknowledged. We’ll be helping to grow awareness of the charity’s work and its impact and expand its reach, using communications meaningfully to reach the right people with the charity’s important offering.”

To find out more about the charity’s work, visit somewherehousesomerset.org or follow on Facebook or Twitter.

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