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Search results for The West Midlands region

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  • Local Access Centre

    Local Access Centre Limited is a user led charity. It is committed to provide information, advice, guidance and referral services and facilitate enhancement of skills for our users. Specialising in areas of unemployment, benefits advice, training, money management such as debt advice, financial literacy and enabling users to access services and overcome barriers by providing bespoke services including provision of work related learning for young persons aged 13-25 and foster entrepreneurism skills for all. We support people with disabilities, Black, Asian, Minority and Ethnic groups (BAME), lone parents, elderly, youth and people with long term health conditions. By providing one to one and pairs sessions, focus groups, workshops, mentoring and befriending we ensure that individuals receive help and assistance that best suits our clients and users’ needs. Also we signpost people to other agencies. We ensure our presence is visible within inner city Birmingham communities. We have longstanding relationships with local schools, colleges, Job Centre Plus and various multi-faith institutions. Local Access Centre is keen to foster entrepreneurialism, we also have local SMEs work with us and these business owners value our inputs in what we do by providing work related learning and refer our users to local companies. We are highly adept and experienced in past delivery of similar projects be it in financial literacy, work related learning and community cohesion which have been supported by previous funders. By having multilingual staff, we can confidently penetrate hard to reach groups, especially where English is an additional language. Local Access Centre can provide spoken services in Gujarati please. It gives us the competitive edge over others and also to maximise our volunteer in kind support from our staff, as demonstrated by their skills composite and to give best value to our project. Our opening hours are as follows: Appointment only Mondays to Fridays: 10.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Evenings by prior arrangement. Closed on weekends and UK bank holidays.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Mentoring West Midlands

    Specialist mentoring organisation aimed at engaging high risk and challenging individuals and families

  • Murray Hall Community Trust

    Murray Hall Community Trust is a registered charity set up as part of the Governments City Challenge Regeneration Programme in July 1994. Support include domestic care, respite care, information, advocacy, counselling, complementary therapy, volunteer befrienders and volunteer transport. Murray Hall also run a number of projects: Burnt Tree Childrens Centre Great Bridge Childrens Centre Tipton Childrens Centre Bridges (Transport Solutions and Compassionate Communities) Creative Therapy Services Project Shield Mervin the Motor Home (for children with disabilities) Friar Park, Mesty Croft & Woods Children's Centre

  • NACRO

    NACRO runs services nation wide including projects for individuals and communities, research and training for people and organisations helping to reduce crime. For nearly 40 plus years NACRO has been running programmes such as Reaching Out, an outreach programme, aimed at providing disengaged young people with opportunities to learn new skills. NACRO also run training courses in a range of vocational areas.

  • Nehemiah UCHA

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

  • Omega, The National Association for End of Life Care

    Omega work collaboratively to promote excellence in aspects of health and social are provision to enable people to live well until they die.

  • Oscott Horticulture Services CIC

    Oscott Horticulture Services is a community interest company, limited by guarantee and not for profit. It aims to provide horticultural and environmental services throughout all sectors. It provides work experience for school leavers and the unemployed.

  • 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

  • Polish Expats Association

    PEA transforms society by empowering Polish community in the UK. We equip Polish people in skills and knowledge necessary to integrate and at the same time to live their lives fully, with dignity and pride in their identity. We also work to promote Polish culture and heritage, while supporting community cohesion. PEA’s vision is of a society in which every person feels included and fully exercises his/her rights while sustaining his/her own particular culture and heritage.

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