Other Organisations That Can Help You

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Partner Organisations

The work we do at Climbing Out isn't suitable for everyone, and if you don't fall under our criteria, rest assured there are many other organisations you can turn to for support.

Whether you're under the age of 18 or have a higher level of disability than we can accommodate, whatever the reason, if we can't help, we want to point you in the direction of some amazing organisations and charities that can help you.

Here is a list of official partner organisations that we have connected with, all offering something different.

So, don't give up on your way to moving your life forwards again. Follow the links below to find out more about these incredible organisations!

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Organisations That Can Help

We have partnered with the following organisations and charities to provide more places for you to seek help. This isn't an exhaustive list of available options, but these organisations have been vetted by our team.


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Brightstar is a not for profit organisation that uses boxing, mentoring and education to empower vulnerable young people to make positive changes to their lives - helping them to thrive. They work with community partners, educators, funders and the young people themselves to achieve this.



Cavalier Centre

The Cavalier Centre is a Shropshire based charity which provides Riding for the Disabled activities and improved wellbeing through horses for people of all ages. The horse-based activities include riding, carriage driving, vaulting (gymnastics on horseback), hippotherapy (physio on horseback) and horse care. It also has a range of other programmes and activities that help people develop life skills, emotional intelligence and wellbeing.




Bendrigg Trust challenges perceptions of disability and brings about social change through fully accessible outdoor adventure activities. Bendrigg enables over 3,000 people with disabilities each year to achieve through adventure; developing their independence and discovering their full potential. 


Go Beyond


Go Beyond gives children and young people aged 8-15 who have been bereaved, abused or bullied, who are living in poverty or caring for loved ones, the chance to escape their worries and pressures. Their breaks give them the moments they need to believe in themselves and think beyond the day-to-day for a bigger, brighter future.





Online Resources!

We have lots of online resources available from videos to podcasts, that provide advice on building mental resilience and motivation.

Online Resources