Current Projects

All projects work with Children, young people and adults.

Within out therapy team we have play therapists for children over 5 years old, child and adolescent psychotherapists, EMDR therapists , Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapists and counsellors.

Sa18 Project

This Project is funded through the fundraising that is completed for the foundation.

All monies raised within the foundation is allocated to the SA18 project to ensure Jac’s local community has easy quick access to mental health support.

Anyone living within the SA18 postcode area can self-refer in to access free counselling sessions.


The foundation is funded through the NHS to provide a counselling service to  the following GP surgeries:

Amman Tawe Partnership

Brynteg Medical Practice

Coalbrook Surgery

Meddygfa Minafon

Meddygfa Penygroes

Meddygfa Sarn

Meddygfa Tumble

Patients can ask GP’s to be referred into the foundation for Free counselling.

Bereavement through Suicide Project

The foundation currently receives Community Lottery funding to provide a Wales wide Bereavement through Suicide counselling/support service.

Any resident of Wales can self-refer into the foundation if they have been bereaved through suicide for counselling/support.

Swansea City Football Mental Health Hub

The foundation provides residents of Swansea with the opportunity to walk into a weekly ‘One Stop mental health hub’ held every Friday 9am-5pm at the stadium.  This hub is funded by Swansea City Football’s majority shareholders, Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien, together with director and investor Jake Silverstein.

Sessions will be hosted every Friday between the hours of 9am and 5pm at the Stadium, with the first being hosted on Friday, February 4. During these times, there will be members of the Jac Lewis Foundation, South Wales Police, Samaritans and Swansea City Council in attendance and available to provide professional support. An appointment can be made in advance by emailing, or alternatively you can attend on the day of the hub to speak to someone.

West Glamorgan Counselling Service

The foundation provides a West Glamorgan Counselling Service for Residents living in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot that are or have been suicidal and do not have any support in place. This project is funded by West Glamorgan Partnership Fund.

Youth Service Project

The Jac Lewis Foundation is currently developing a youth arm to the foundation to provide a youth service for the increasing amount of young people that are being referred into the service for support.