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WPCM Services

Helping adults and children recover from abuse with our recovery and support service

WPCM is a joint-venture between WillisPalmer and Think Therapy 1st. WPCM Services was created in 2018 to help survivors of childhood abuse recover from their experiences through focused rehabilitation, recovery and support services provided by social workers, personal support workers and occupational therapists. Together, the three companies make up the WP Group.

WPCM aims to provide survivors of childhood abuse (and their families where appropriate) a safe and supportive environment in which to discuss and develop their vision for themselves in their future; offer a wide range of support from very practical help to psychological services. WPCM works collaboratively WITH you to support you in your recovery and re-establishing the life you deserve to have.

Please note that WPCM is a sister company to WillisPalmer, and although the Management Team remains; it is an independent and private company within its own rights. This helps keep all three sister companies impartial and separate to one-another.

To find out more about this groundbreakingly innovative company, click here to visit their website.

WPCM Services

Working collaboratively with survivors of childhood abuse (and their families) to provide a safe and supportive environment in which to discuss and develop their vision for themselves in their future.

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NSPCC raises fears over rise in domestic abuse during lockdown


The NSPCC has raised concerns about an increase in domestic abuse as the average monthly contacts to the children’s charity has soared since last March when the first lockdown began.

The children’s charity helpline is receiving an average of over 30 contacts a day from adults worried about children living with domestic abuse. The monthly average [...]

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Roadmap needed for re-opening of schools


The prime minister is being urged to set out a roadmap for re-opening schools to all pupils by the children’s commissioner for England and Solace, the members' network for local government and public sector professionals throughout the UK.

Anne Longfield and Ade Adetosoye, Solace spokesperson for Children and Families, have written to Boris Johnson outlining what [...]

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Barnardo’s calls for foster carers as pandemic exacerbates need for stable foster homes


The number of children urgently requiring foster care from Barnardo’s has risen by over a half, the children’s charity has reported.

Between April and December 2020, the number of children referred to Barnardo’s fostering services in England rose by 57% compared to the same period in 2019. The number of referrals to the children’s charity’s fostering [...]

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