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  • 20th Walsall (St Margaret's) Scout Group

    Part of the world wide Scout Association. This is a multi-ethnic organisation staffed by volunteers catering for youths of both sexes aged 6 - 19 (and if you are a leader or volunteer until you are 66). We are moving to our new base at Great Barr Community Hub in September 2010. This is a new building paid for by Big Lottery Grant under the Community Building Fund. The Scout Group won this grant 2 years ago and is open for bookings from any voluntary sector group or charitable organisation subject to be acted by the Great Barr Community Hub Management Group

  • 4th West Bromwich Boy's Brigade & Girls Association

    Christian Organisation for children & young people age 5 - 16 Providing various sports activities, crafts physical, spiritual & community activities etc

  • 6 Towns Credit Union

    A Financial Services co-operative that offers savings and loans to all the residents and workers of Sandwell. Through thrift and sensible borrowing, the aim is to provide a fully inclusive and ethical financial service.

  • 888 Squadron

    The Oldbury Air Cadet group are based in Langley. The air cadets are the countries largest youth organisation. They run various different courses for the young people as well as provide a lot of community work.

  • AB Plus

    Supporting and empowering people who live with HIV, their families, partners and friends.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Abused People's Help in Sexual Trauma APHIST

    We run a group for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. The group is run solely by survivors. We meet three times a week in a safe and friendly environment. We discuss our problems that we face on a day to day living. We also do training which covers all areas of childhood sexual abuse

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Access Alliance

    Access for the disabled in the community Advice and information to individuals and business. We also carry out access audits.

  • Accord Housing Association

    Housing Association providing general needs & supported housing to a wide variety of client groups. Also training & employment initiatives, domestic violence hostels (Birmingham), support & empowerment for resident & community groups. Self - build & co-operative housing. We also offer, in addition to rented units, shared ownership and outright sale units to via bchs, part of the Accord group. We also offer services to residents and tenants groups. Fry Housing Trust (part of the Accord Group) is a supported housing project for offenders and those at risk of offending. For further information about Fry Housing please contact Tina Watson on 0121 559 6406. Accord Housing runs Be Well Community Offer, a social prescription service for people living within Tipton, Princess End and Great Bridge. The service is free of charge and can be accessed by anyone over the age of 65 who has a need for community based support. Be Well covers a variety of areas including supporting access to; • Social opportunities • Carer support • Home Adaptations/ Telecare • Plan for hospital discharge • Meals/ nutritional support • Falls prevention / walk confidence • Information/ advise on specific health conditions • Befriending Ultimately Be Well aims to reduce the need for unnecessary hospital admissions and social care therefore our service will work with individuals to achieve this. Referrals can be made by anyone via our Be Well helpline and email - 0121 385 9030 or bewell@accordgroup.org.uk

  • Action for Children

    UK wide charity which supports children young people and families, in Sandwell we are responsible for children centres, family support and and opportunity they need to reach their potential.

  • Action on Hearing Loss

    RNID aims to support UK\'s 9 million deaf and hard of hearing people by breaking down barriers to opportunity and fulfilment. Our vision is \'A world where deafness or hearing loss do not limit or determine opportunity and where people value their hearing'. Our activities revolve around three strategic themes: ensuring the rights and opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing people to lead a full life:promoting hearing health, preventing hearing loss, curing deafness: removing the stigma of deafness. RNID supports its beneficiary group in a number of ways, for example: campaigning and lobbying to change the laws and government policies: providing information and raising awareness of deafness, hearing loss and tinnitus: training courses and consultancy on deafness and disability: communication services including sign language interpreters, lip-speakers, speech-to-text operators: training of interpreters and speech-to-text operators: seeking lasting change in education for deaf children and young people: employment programmes to help deaf people into work: residential and community services for deaf people with special needs: typetalk, the national telephone relay service for deaf and hard of hearing people: equipment and products for deaf and hard of hearing people: social, medical and technical research. RNID has 97 years experience of supporting deaf and hard of hearing people throughout the UK.

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