Healing Hands Network

    
    HHN's therapies have helped me physically and psychologically, I can only say that I am reborn. Thank you HHN.

    Bosnian Client treated by HHN

    It was a beautiful, touching, rewarding and hugely profound experience. One I will never forget and one I am extremely grateful to have been able to have experienced.

    A.R, HHN Volunteer

    These wonderful therapists thrill me with their desire to come and spend two weeks in Sarajevo and help someone they have never met before.

    Nadija Pinjo, Co-ordinator HHN Sarajevo

Dedicated to the relief of suffering from the mental, physical and emotional after-effects of war. Treating people overseas and in the UK forces

Healing Hands Network is a UK based self-funding charity that is made up of volunteer Complementary and Holistic Therapists.
Our members offer their healing hands to support those who are suffering from the mental, physical and emotional after-effects of war, and who may be suffering from PTSD.
We offer support in our clinic in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina and several outreach locations to people suffering after-effects of the Balkan War.
We also work in the UK supporting Veterans, Serving personnel of the UK Armed Forces, and their families.


Newsletter:

Read the latest news from Healing Hands Network in the Newsletter "Headlines".
Click Here to view July '16
Click Here to view April '16


Projects

You can find out more information on the Charity generally by clicking here
Alternatively, read more about the individual projects we are involved in by clicking their icons below:




 

The next Induction workshop is Sunday July 24th 10.00-16.00 at the Quality Hotel Coventry. Rooms available Saturday night at special rates to our members. Please email healinghandsnetwork@gmail.com for more information.

Support Us:

You can support the work we do overseas or with the UK Forces as a charity, whether you are a therapist or not.
Click Here to find out how you can support us

Dedicated to the relief of suffering from the mental, physical and emotional after-effects of war. Treating people overseas and in the UK forces