Currently, CCVS-Uganda has been extending its services to different communities, schools, Health Centres, the mental health unit of Lira Regional Referral Hospital and Lira Main Prisons. Divergent working methods are used such as mental health sensitisation, individual counselling, group/couple/family counselling, support groups, community dialogues, play therapy. Also, CCVS-Uganda is involved in research and training (e.g. community contact persons, teachers, social workers from other organisations in the psychosocial field) and cooperates on the radio programme "Healing Our Wounds" (Radio Wa).
The driven CCVS-Uganda team consists of 11 members: Vincent Alele (Programme officer), Ponsiano Okalo (Clinical director),
Jennifer Ateng, Denis Eyalu and Rebecca Rachel Akadu (Mental health social workers),
Harriet Awor, Sheila Ochan and Lawrence Ogwal (Mental health social worker volunteers),
Evelyn Acoko (Office attendant), and
Nicolas Ocen and Denis Okullu (Guards).
Supporting their activities are
Kizito Wamale (Clinical supervisor),
John Galabuzi (Accountant),
Leen De Nutte (Board representative),
Lieve Milissen (Board member),
Ilse Derluyn (Co-director CCVS) and
CCVS awlp (Parent organisation).