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

Search results for The West Midlands region

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  • Pancreatitis Supporters Network

    Support to anyone with Pancreatitis. Provides 'holistic' support to anyone with pancreatitis. Life loan of ENM Device for pain relief.

  • PAPYRUS

    PAPYRUS is a national charity dedicated to prevent young suicide. We run a national helpline, HOPELineUK, including text and email services, staffed by a team of mental health professionals who provide practical help and advice to vulnerable young people and to those concerned about any young person who may be at risk of suicide. PAPYRUS offers a range of training sessions aimed at raising awareness of the prevalence of young suicide. We teach skills to people from all walks of life in how to recognise a young person at risk of suicide and in how to provide immediate and effective help. Our training is designed to equip participants with the skills, awareness and confidence to help prevent young suicide. PAPYRUS also delivers talks and awareness-raising sessions in schools, colleges, universities, community groups, prisons and other networks. These sessions are aimed at young people at risk and those who care for or work with them to help reduce the stigma surrounding suicide and encourage young people to be suicide-safe.

  • Partnership for Peace Foundation UK

    We as an organization aim to work to build community cohesion in the Muslim community and the wider community by following through with the below mentioned points: 1. To tackle violent extremism and Islamophobia ideologically 2. To promote dialogue and peaceful co-existence with all communities 3. To promote the peaceful and compassionate nature of Islam and Muslims in the UK

  • SAFS

    SAFS provide a range of quality care, support services and opportunities to enable South Asian children, young people and adults with disabilities, life limiting or life threatening conditions, and their families, to enhance their quality of life.

  • Sikh Community & Youth Service UK

    One stop employment, education and welfare advice centre

  • Sikh School of Arts

    Sikh School of Arts is community cultural enterprise established in 1970 in order to improve community morale and arts educatiion. We implement projects that intertwine the learning of cultural arts with community advancement. It is our aim to empower vulnerable and hard to reach groups by helping them overcome 'barriers' that prevent them from accessing existing and potential opportunities. By engaging in the learning of various arts individuals can channel their unlocked talents away from negative elements and towards developing skills enabling them to enjoy, understand and participate facilitating greater community cohesion. In short: enabling individuals to collectively boost their physical, psychological, spiritual, economic and social health by engaging in diverse art forms. Our services are not exclusive to the Sikh community and are open to all peoples regardless of race or belief.

  • Sikh Women's Action Network CIC (SWAN CIC)

    SWAN CIC delivers bespoke workshops to raise awareness of the impact of Domestic Abuse on children and families and Child Sexual Exploitation/Grooming to: i) Professionals who may come into contact with potential victims of abuse ii) Community organisations iii) Faith based organisations iv) Schools/Colleges/Further Education establishments (PSHE lessons) v) Corporate organisations

  • Somali Community Group

    Our organisation is a voluntary local community group organisation which focuses youth service in region, doing after school activities in all aspects e.g. to advance their education, social integration and crime prevention.

  • 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.

  • The Coffee Shop

    Community coffee shop, with information available to local facilities available. Centre for community meetings. Craft workshop, Christian group for 5-11, bereavement counselling, sign posting available to local and central government agencies. Also provide advocacy. Quinton and Oldbury Foodbank is also operated from the premises of The Coffee Shop. It is open from 10 am to 12.30 pm on Fridays. The Coffee Shop is able to provide information on other local food banks, outside of its own opening time.

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