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  • AB Plus

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

    This organisation is dormant.

  • African French Speaking Community Support (AFSCS)

    AFSCS is a front line voluntary organisation which principally operates in the Soho/Victoria area of Smethwick. Its beneficiaries are mainly from French speaking countries of Africa living in Sandwell and Birmingham. It provides a comprehensive range of advice and information on a wide range of issues such as applying for citizenship; benefit checks and money matters, housing matters; immigration matters; anti-social behaviour, Job search, reducing social isolation and Befriending.

  • 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.

  • Bangladeshi Women's Association Ltd

    We provide an advice and advocacy service to the local community with workers who speak local languages. We also provide training for people to enhance skills and job opportunities. We organise activities and outings for families and undertake environmental projects to improve the area.

  • Basera

    A place to socialise with others. For the elderly throughout United Kingdom and across the border to help elderly.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Beacon Centre for the Blind

    To help local people lead fuller and more independent lives.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • British Polio Fellowship - Walsall & District Branch

    We are a group for people who have had polio and the group was formed in 1948. We provide welfare, socials, outings and support for these members. We are self supporting, holding street and store collections, no grants are received from anywhere. Our branch headquarters is situated at 42 Upper Rushall Street, Walsall WS1 2HA where we have been for over 30 years, but we expect to be moving shortly to the Annex at the Handicap Centre, Field Close, Bloxwich. No date has yet been advised by Walsall Council.

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