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Asbestos Support West Midlands

Asbestos Support WM exists to help those suffering from asbestos related diseases and to campaign for the strictest possible enforcement of regulations and legislation to protect current workers and communities. Asbestos is the biggest single work-related cause of death in the UK. It kills thousands every year and wrecks the lives of many more; we aim to end this misery.
At Asbestos Support WM we provide: expert help and advice about DWP and other state benefits associated with Asbestos related diseases;practical assistance in the completion of all appropriate paperwork; referrals to reputable and experienced firms if you need legal advice;a home visiting service to anyone who can not travel in addition to appointments at our office. We also provide services to the victims of Asbestos related diseases and/or their families at no cost; provide links to reputable organisations that are able to offer additional help, for example in explaining cancer and its consequences to children:strictly complies with the Solicitors' Introduction and Referral Code; campaigns and informs people on the asbestos issue, helping to ensure the strictest possible enforcement of regulations and legislation to protect current workers and communities.

Address details

Address
138 Digbeth
Postal Town
Birmingham
Postcode
B5 6DR

Organisation Contact Details

Phone
0121 678 8853
Email
asbestosinfo@wmht.co.uk
Website
http://www.asbestossupportwm.org
Charity Commission registration number
1125322 - West Midlands Hazards Tru

Contact Person Details

Contact Name
Julie Carney
Role
Project Administrator
Email
juliec@wmht.co.uk

Services

  • Environment
  • Law, crime, human/civil rights and information
  • Social services

Main Beneficiaries

Services focused on particular beneficiaries do not imply that they are offered exclusively to these persons only.

  • Specific Need or Circumstance

    • People who have terminal illnesses
  • Specific Faith Focus

    • People from all faiths / multi-faith / inter-faith people
  • Sexual Orientation Focus

    • People of all sexual orientations
  • Household

    • All households
  • Gender Focus

    • All genders
  • Ethnic Focus

    • People from all ethnic groups
  • Age Focus

    • Young adults aged 19-25 years
    • Adults aged 26-64 years
    • Older people aged 65 years and over

Organisation last updated: Tue, 23rd July 2013

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