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  • Beginagen Community Project

    A small community project based in Cape Hill providing facilities for the local community. A Charity Shop run at prices set as a community service and a weekly time of Ecumenical Christian Worship.

  • Bethel Care Centre

    Bethel Care Centre provides a multi-faceted centre which serves it's local community through a playgroup, open doors luncheon club, after schools club, visiting service for those lonely, housebound, less fortunates.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Bethel Christian Fellowship - West Bromwich

    Christian Church

  • Bethel Church Oldbury

    Local Church providing Sunday worship, Sunday school and Youth Clubs on Fridays

  • BID Services

    BID Services is a charity. We work in partnership with people with a sensory impairment, as well as those with a physical disability or mental health. Our mission is to provide high quality services and opportunities that make it possible for people to have choice and control over their lives. Our specialist service areas include Advocacy, Employment, British Sign Language Interpreting and Training, Specialist Equipment, Residential Placements, Social Work, Support for Tinnitus and Housing Related Services. We work with children, young people and adults

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Birmingham Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre

    Offering individual, couple & group therapy, workshops and training courses. Approx. 50 independent practitioners work at the centre, which is open seven days a week, daytime and evenings. A variety of theoretical approaches offered, including Gestalt, person-centred, psychodynamic, integrative, transactional analysis, cognitive behavioural therapy. We undertake brief solution-focused work with employees for a number of statutory, voluntary and commercial organisations. The centre adheres to the code of ethics & practice of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

  • Birmingham Parents' Support Group

    Supporting parents and families of lesbian and gay men.

  • Black Country Women's Aid

    Black Country Women’s Aid is an independent charity which has been supporting victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence in the West Midlands for the last 25 years. BCWA offer sensitive and holistic support services which help victims of abuse to escape from violence, cope with trauma and move on with their lives. Support services include: • Domestic Abuse team supporting victims (female and male) in the community and at court; • Domestic Abuse Refuges offering a safe place to stay for women and children escaping their abusers; • Black Country Rape and Sexual Violence Service supporting victims (female and male) of rape, sexual violence and childhood sexual abuse with practical advocacy and specialist counselling; • Young People’s Team supporting children and young people who have suffered domestic abuse, rape and child sexual exploitation and providing education work in Sandwell schools; • Modern Day Slavery Service offers safe refuge and community support to people under the NRM (National Referral Mechanism) who have been trafficked to the UK; • Women’s Justice Services providing support to female offenders. BCWA also provide training and awareness sessions to professionals and community members across all of these specialist areas. BCWA work in partnership with statutory and voluntary services to support victims, raise awareness of issues of abuse, and develop new approaches to reaching the most vulnerable victims.

  • BlackCountry African Club UK (BlacUK)

    We promote community integration and empower all Africans in the Black Country regions to be part of mainstream society and play active roles in the local communities where they live. We support our beneficiaries in releasing their full potential skills and live active, fulfilling and healthy lives.

  • Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University

    Originally founded in India in the 1930's BKWSU (UK) was established as a UK charity in 1975. It is known for both its grass roots work in its role as a convener of international projects and dialogues working toward a better world. Bringing together people of all religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds the University encourages the development of the spiritual dimension in life and with it a sence of well-being, dogmotu and self-reliance

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