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  • Community Transport

    CT Passenger Service provides a caring specialist transport service to improve people's quality of life. CT Furniture collects, sells and delivers second-hand furniture to individuals on low incomes and at transitional stages in their lives. The charity aims to encourage recycling and reduce fly tipping, by collecting donated furniture and electrical items, free of charge from residents. Furniture can be found and donated to stores in Sandwell Birmingham, Bilston, Coventry & Wednesfield. The charity aims to bring people and opportunities together to transform lives, build better communities by meeting local needs.

  • Creative Support

    Creative Support is a high quality provider of person centred social care services for people with learning disabilities, mental health and other needs. To support our service users we provide a range of services to meet their differing needs, including supported living, supported housing, residential care, community and home support, floating support, extra-care and day services. We work with people who have a wide spectrum of needs, ranging from those who require short term support to regain their independence to people with complex needs who require intensive support to enjoy a good quality of life. Creative Support also develops and manages high quality housing to provide supported accommodation. As well as owning and managing our own houses and flats, we manage many properties belonging to our partner housing associations. As a not for profit agency (Industrial and Provident Society with Charitable Status) we are committed to using our assets and resources to create opportunities for the people we support. All our services are individualised, person centred and deliver valued outcomes, as we passionately believe that our service users have the right to live lives that are meaningful and which enable them to reach their full potential as individuals. Our services for people with a learning disability are based on person centred approaches and ordinary life principles, whilst our mental health services promote recovery and social inclusion. Over the years we have built up an excellent reputation for working in partnership to provide quality services. We now offer a diverse range of highly regarded services in 43 local authorities. We are very proud of our services, staff and service users and on this website you can find out more about them.

  • Friar Park Millennium Centre

    Friar Park Community Centre provides activities for young people such as youth club,sports activities and dance. There are leisure facilities for retired/vulnerable people, along with dancing, bingo clubs, etc. There is venue hire (function hall, meeting rooms, soft play room etc.) and catering is available as part of room hire, if required. The community centre is generally open from 9 am to 8.30 pm.

  • Fry Housing Trust

    Fry Housing is a supported housing project for offenders and those at risk of offending, run by Accord Housing. Please see entry for entry for Accord Housing Association.

  • Just Call 4 Care Services

    Not for profit domicilary care agency.

  • Life Charity

    Providing supported housing and counselling and support for pregnancy and all related issues.

  • Midland Heart, Murdock Road Project

    Supported housing for young people 16 - 25 years of age. Men and women. The organisation help young people into training, education, work into gaining independence and accommodation. We help young people to sort out their benefits, to contact different agencies and organisations regarding their issues, help with employment, training and budgeting

  • Midland Heart, Rolfe House Foyer

    It's a young people's homeless Foyer, aged 16 - 25 years, both female and males. The organisation help young people into trainings, education, work into gaining independence and accommodation. To help young people into sorting their right benefits, to contact different agencies and organisations regarding their issues, help with employment, trainings and their budgeting.

  • Multistory

    Multistory's mission is 'art celebrating lives'. We work with people to create experiences that are: empowering, diverse, rooted, curious, social, excellent, accessible. Multistory works with the people of Sandwell to make art that reflects their lives. We aim to be nationally recognised for our work so that we can attract brilliant artists to come and work with us. We aim to create work that everyone will want to see, be part of and talk about. Our work is focused on the development of participatory arts projects designed to tackle a wide range of social issues that bring communities and artists together. We have a strong record of delivering projects with partners that enable them to engage people, through participation in the arts, in wider social and cultural issues, such as: housing, community cohesion, health, education, regeneration.

  • Nehemiah UCHA

    Housing Association - Sandwell, Dudley, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Birmingham & Coventry.

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