Building a new future

The Transitional Living Center, Pietermaritzburg

CAD The Palms

Working with our partners, the Pietermaritzburg Mental Health Society, Climb Any Mountain is creating a unique, purpose-built residential facility that not only provides a safe supported living space for people with learning disability and mental illness, but also aids the development of social and life skills.

We have called the facility The Transitional Living Centre (TLC) as it aims to provide a stepping stone for individuals as they move from institutional to community-based care, having achieved their personal goals of attaining the life skills necessary to live independently.  Read More » 

 

    • Mencap partners with Climb Any Mountain

      Mencap partners with Climb Any Mountain

      Mencap, the UK’s leading charity for learning disability, is partnering with Climb Any Mountain to accelerate change in South Africa. Mencap is incredibly excited about our mission to spark a huge and ambitious shift in the way services are provided for people with intellectual disability in South Africa.  They are keen to use their knowledge […]More »
    • A new National Housing Programme for Special Needs Housing

      A new National Housing Programme for Special Needs Housing

      The 2011 census figures show a national disability prevalence rate of 7.55%, excluding children under 5 and those with psychosocial and neurological impairments. The Department of Human Settlements and Social Development have joined forces to investigate the mandate / obligation for the provision of capital for special needs housing facilities in South Africa, and to […]More »

    About us

     

    Climb Any Mountain was founded in 2011. Our mission is to transform what’s available for people with intellectual disability and mental illness in South Africa using global best practice.

    We want to see people with intellectual disability and mental illness empowered by their right to the same opportunities, choice and control over their lives that the rest of the population has.

    • New mental health rights proposed by minister

      New mental health rights proposed by minister

      Proposals to give more rights to people with intellectual disabilities, autism and mental health conditions in the UK are to be unveiled by the government.  Speaking recently, the Care minister Norman Lamb said the changes would put people in charge of their care, and promote community support as an alternative to …More »
    • Presenting our vision at SA steering committee

      Presenting our vision at SA steering committee

      In February this year, Climb Any Mountain was invited to present our vision for those with learning disability to a special Steering Committee in South Africa, co-chaired by the National Departments of Human Settlements and Social Development. This is a huge accomplishment for us, as we continue to work towards transforming …More »

    Be a voice

     

    Be a voice

    We are interested to hear from you, and hear your story. We’re keen to join up voices around the country, so that we can clearly and accurately articulate a collective journey. We will also better be able to work to remove any personal barriers that may have challenged you and your families in your lives so far.

    Please email us if you have a story to tell or a request you want heard. It would make a difference if you also consider adding your name to those who have supported our “Lend your voice” campaign.


© Copyright 2015: Climb Any Mountain | Registered with the UK Charity Commission: 1149311 Unit 14, Pineapple Business Park, Bridport, Dorset DT6 5DB