PHAROS’ Partners


Pharos is pleased to associate with the following partners.  Some are current partners; others have been of help and are a useful sources of information, advocacy, or action.

Lotus tal Qalb – A place for the local community where like minded people can meet for Workshops/Classes/Therapies/Meditation.  Alongside Salvina’s Restaurant – Gharb.

Mental Health Association Gozo. An organization which aims to promote positive mental health and to actively support persons with mental illness, their families and carers by identifying their needs and advocating their rights.

Gozo NGO Association   The Association’s primary aim is to promote cooperation among non-governmental organizations and to promote their interests.

Richmond Foundation: a local NGO in the provision of community services for persons with mental health difficulties and in the promotion of mental health and the prevention of mental illness amongst the public in Malta.

Authors of “Shattered Soul Patrick Fleming and Sue Lauber-Fleming integrate spirituality and psychology to facilitate and empower personal and group transformation in response to a variety of needs including relationship and community building, healthy sexuality, and abuse.

Association of Child Abuse Lawyers: lawyers, experts and other professionals involved in the field of obtaining compensation for the physical, sexual or emotional abuse of children and adults abused in childhood, as well as the mentally handicapped and others directly or indirectly affected by that abuse.

Bolt Burdon Kemp (Solicitors) represent both children and adults often traumatised by recalling events of sexual, physical or emotional abuse in their past. Head of department Jonathan Wheeler is singled out for acclaim for his handling of complex serious injury and abuse claims. Clients describe him as “very supportive” and an “expert in the field.”

Serious Media Gill Sandell

Missing Persons Helpline

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)

Survivors UK

South West London Recovery College

Care Leavers’ Association

Emergence: Personality Disorder

Personality disorder programme:  The national personality disorder programme supports improvements in the treatment of personality disorders across the health and social care workforce.

SLaM Recovery College



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