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A NEW counselling service for the most vulnerable people in Newport has been set up.

The University of Wales, Newport, has been awarded a Big Lottery grant of almost pounds 500,000 to provide the free community counselling service.

The funding will allow the Newport University Community Counselling Service (NUCCS) to provide high quality therapy, including counselling and arts therapies, across Newport and beyond.

Blanka Hubena, the project's service manager said: "The work the service will be doing in the diverse Newport communities in terms of providing extra capacity and a type of provision that may otherwise be unavailable is incredibly important."
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Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:May 21, 2012
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