Browse by local area / wards

To browse a range of voluntary & community organisations in a specific area / ward use the links below.

Search results for Friar Park

Pagination

Items 91–100 of 116 | « previous | 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 | next »

  • Sandwell Visually Impaired (SVI)

    Sandwell Visually Impaired (SVI) is a voluntary self help organisation consulting with the council and other service providers to improve the lives of all visually impaired people living or working in Sandwell. Additionally we seek to limit isolation of the visually impaired community by encouraging social interaction, presently with the production of a quarterly newsletter, invites to quarterly speaker led / social meetings; and a fully accessible website of information on visual impairment issues, social enterprise training in visual impairment awareness and consultation.

  • Sandwell Young Carers

    Registered Charity set up to identify & support young carers aged 5 -18 yrs. Whose education, health & social lives are affected by caring for a dependant family member. We provide one to one & group support, youth & play clubs, offsites & residentials.

  • Sense - Community Support Service

    National Deafblind Charity Provides residential and day service care for people with sensory impairments and associated disabilities

  • Sikh Community & Youth Service UK

    One stop employment, education and welfare advice centre

  • Sikh Helpline

    The Sikh Help Line was set up to offer counselling to young children teenagers and adults who may require assistance or guidance issues ranging from grooming, domestic abuse through to racism and substance addiction. With an understanding of these cultural issues and barriers, the Sikh Helpline offers a support network for these victims.” The 24 hour helpline - 0845 644 0704 or 07999 004 363 - is manned by trained individuals who speak both English and Punjabi and are equipped to handle problems faced by individuals today.

  • Sikh Mission & Study Centre (UK)

    Enhance understanding of Sikh religion and community. Aim to run mela and community radio

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Smethwick ASRA (Asian Shelter & Residential Association)

    Provides and maintains accomodation, day care, domicilary care, housing and transport services for elderly disabled and family particularly, but not exclusively, of Asian ethnic origin.

  • Somali Disability & Elderly Support Group

    The Somali Disability & Elderly Support Group (SODES) is a registered charity based in Small Heath, Birmingham and provides advice, information and practical support and campaign for improved service to the Somali community in the West Midlands. Advice and information service on wide range of issues including employment opportunities, social care and health, welfare benefit, mental health and pension rights. We aim to support refugees, disabled children and elderly people and their families who are in need of assistance in order to take control of their daily living conditions. Interpreting/translation, an informal mentoring, advocacy, support service and information relating to disability issues. Children educational activities such as homework clubs, adult education (ESOL) and youth leisure activities. Monthly health awareness and workshops for Carers.

  • SonShine (UK)

    Youth & community project supporting young men aged 9 -19 years old (and their families) residing in Sandwell and Birmingham

  • St Hildas Pre School (Smethwick)

    Pre-school play group that provides an environment where children can develop, socially develop and co-operative policy.

    This organisation is dormant.

Pagination

Items 91–100 of 116 | « previous | 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 | next »