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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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  • Care Link West Midlands

    Provide general support for people from central african french speaking countries who are seeking asylum or who are granted refugee status and their dependents living in the West Midlands region, mainly in Sandwell area.

  • Centrepoint Christian Church & Support Centre

    Projects and Programmes include: Information, Advice and Guidance, Welfare Rights, Community Outreach Project, Skills and Employment, Street Outreach Team, Performing Arts Department, Education & Training, Young People Services, Schools Work, Health and Wellbeing, Volunteering, Immigration and Nationality, Community Services and Development Initiatives. The Opening Times are: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday - 10 am to 4 pm Wednesday - 10 am to 1 pm Friday - closed Saturday - closed Sunday - Celebration Service at 10.45 am

  • Cerebral Palsy Midlands

    We are a charity that supports people with cerebral palsy. We offer speech and language therapy and physiotherapy, as well as educational classes at the centre. We have a welfare dept which offers advice advocacy services and home visits. We are a user led organisation.

  • Change Birmingham Brief Therapy

    Provide solution focused counselling to those over 16 years and training courses for professionals

  • Circles Network

    Circles Network is a national voluntary based organization based around the key principles of Inclusion and Person Centred Planning approaches. We provide unique personal support for people who are in danger of becoming socially excluded, or who are suffering the consequences of prior segregation and discrimination. We use the tools of Person Centred Planning to facilitate inclusion in the community, principally through the setting up of Circles of Support and through our individual projects

  • Community Foundation

    Our Mission Community Foundation is a grassroots voluntary organisation supporting people in inner city areas to change their lives by improving their conditions and creating opportunities for people to reach their full potential. They are a not for profit organisation. Community Foundation aims: - to encourage civic participation of marginalised and hard to reach communities and provide education and training to build capacity of individuals and organisations to improve themselves, their organisation and their community. - develop projects and services to address underlining issues of social exclusion, homelessness, health inequality, unemployment and under achievement. - develop targeted provisions to improve community safety, prevent anti social behaviour, domestic violence, drug/alcohol abuse and improve community cohesion and tolerance within marginalised and hard to reach communities. - provide a range of social, education and recreational services for hard to reach communities.

  • Community Resource Information Service

    CRIS was established in 1980 to be a demand-led resource to serve the communities of West Midlands. We work at a grassroots level supporting diverse and disadvantaged communities and individuals to bring about positive change. CRIS is about building community cohesion by bringing people together around shared common interests to enable them to have a voice in the decision-making processes that directly affect their lives. CRIS provides capacity building training including leadership skills, organisational management and development, fundraising and financial management, auditing services as well as personal development and employment services. We also undertake research and organise conferences and events on issues of importance for the communities we work with. CRIS also works intensively with migrant and refugee communities to facilitate their integration with wider community and enable their grass-roots organisations to become efficient and sustainable.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • CompTTEC

    CompTTEC is a training organisation, providing a variety of high quality training and education, in Information and Communications Technology, Mathematics, English etc. We also provide IT support and services for local businesses.

  • Create a Future

    Create a Future exists to help people to realise their potential. We provide 1:1 and small group tuition for all ages, for all subjects and for all levels of learners. Generally, we support learners to achieve qualifications in maths (numeracy) and English (literacy) or to help individuals brush up on their basic skills. Sessions take place at home, in community settings, church halls, schools and we have been known to deliver sessions in MacDonalds and the local pub!. We can find tutors for specific subjects – Law, Latin, French, Spanish, Geography, History, Accounting, Music (Piano) and Knitting are some of the most recent subject areas requested. For community groups and programmes we can also offer Cooking without Numbers (Look and Cook), Financial Literacy (Know Your Numbers), Handwriting for Adults, Improve Your Reading (Reading Programme for Teens and Adults) and Brush Up Your Skills in Numeracy and Literacy. We support Looked After Children, Young Carers and provide Alternative Programmes for young people who are not at school – again in our core areas of English and Maths. Finally, we are the Regional Office for CREST Awards – the national programme that recognises project work – so if you and your clients are working on a project there may be ways that we can help you recognise progress. We are always delighted to talk about how we can work in partnership with other providers and will work with you to find ways to support joint programmes.

  • DAN.SOM in West Midlands

    The commitment shown by parents and their children who are community members has been the drive to the forming of the organisation. It's an opportunity for many parents who are on income support and cannot afford private homework and sports clubs. Many of these members are ethnic families, who are newly moved from other EU countries, asylum seekers or immigrants who have been in the country less than four years. Our main vision is to improve the quality of life for these children and young people by giving them support to educate themselves in the future and give them confidence and raise their standard of learning and give them also sports activities which will develop them to professional players to bigger clubs.

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