BHT’s Women’s Support Service Celebrating International Women’s Day

Brighton Housing Trust’s (BHT) Threshold Service, which supports women and their children in the community with varying issues including maternal mental health, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress, celebrated International Women’s Day.

threshold_logo_2015_RGB(medium)They had a stall at the Brighton Dome’s annual International Women’s Day celebration on Saturday the 4th of March promoting Threshold’s services and distributing an amateur publication of artwork completed in their drop-ins which celebrates women’s wellbeing.

The Manager of Threshold Women’s Services, Melanie Barnard, said: “We know that there are many women in the local community who are challenged with dealing with issues such as abuse, violence, post-natal depression and trauma.   We believe a  women’s wellbeing is vital and as a service we attend events like this to ensure people know that women’s voices are heard. We offer one to one maternal mental health counselling; drop ins, wellbeing groups and workshops and much more. You can find out more by visiting  https://www.bht.org.uk/services/mental-health-and-wellbeing#threshold