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  • Oak Tree Centre

    Community centre in Brandhall, Oldbury offering the following groups:- Stay and Play group* Mothers at Heart (for women affected by postnatal depression self help group)* Acts4Needs (practical help and support for families)* ToddlerPlus group* Time Out group for over 60s including lunch club lunch* Extend exercise classes for over 60s all * groups run in conjunction with King's Community Church Oak Tree Counselling Service Zumba class Children's Dance classes Fit Steps Adult Dance class Buttons Community Café open Mon, Wed, Fri 10 am - 2 pm - venue for craft club, Livelounge, 'Cuppa with a Copper' Rooms available for hire - a popular venue for children's parties

  • Oscar Sandwell

    The only project in Sandwell currently providing advice, information and support to Sickle Cell Anaemia and Thalassaemia sufferers, carriers and their families

  • Pancreatitis Supporters Network

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

  • Parkinson's UK

    Aims to support people with Parkinson's, their families and carers by the provision of information, advocacy, literature, a monthly social group, welfare home visiting service, and to raise awareness of the needs and problems arising from the degenerating condition. We meet the first Tuesday each month, 11 am to 12.30 pm, at Waltham House, Overend Street West Bromwich.

  • POhWER Advocacy

    POhWER has worked in Sandwell since 2006. Last year we provided advocacy support to 277 Sandwell residents. Our services include: NHS Complaints Advocacy for people who wish to make a complaint about treatment provided under the NHS Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA), including Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) and Relevant Person's Paid Representative (RPPR) service is a statutory advocacy service to support vulnerable people who lack capacity and need to make important decisions but have no representatives as defined under the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA). Anyone who is detained in a secure Mental Health setting in Sandwell is entitled to access support from an IMHA. This contract also provides an issue based advocacy service for informal inpatients of Sandwell (Hallam St) Hospital via drop ins. Community Advocacy for any person in Sandwell receiving a care/welfare services who has age-related needs, disabilities or prescribed physical or mental health conditions. Care Act Advocacy whereby Local Authority social care teams (and designated organisations) can make a referral to our service for you using the referral form. Volunteering in Sandwell. If you would like to apply all you need to do is fill in the online at pohwer.net and a member of our volunteer team will contact you to talk to you in more detail about local volunteer opportunities in your area.

  • Priory Family Centre CIC

    We deliver early years provision, adult learning and employment projects designed to help unemployed people find work. Breaking Bread, a catering business supplying food to primary schools and buffets to the public and private sectors, has recently launched a food bank supplying people in crisis with free food. Breaking bread is part of the Priory Family Centre Group.

  • 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.

  • Salvation Army Cradley Heath

    Place of worship and community centre.

  • Sampad South Asian Arts

    Sampad connects people and communities with British Asian arts and heritage and plays an active role in the creative economy. It does this through high-quality performances and education programmes that people of all ages and backgrounds can take part in.

  • Sandwell Advocacy

    Sandwell Advocacy is an independent advocacy organisation set up to safeguard the needs, rights and wishes of marginalised and/or vulnerable individuals throughout Sandwell. We are currently supporting children and young people (5-18 years of age) who provide regular or on-going care and emotional support to a family member. We define a young carer not by the amount of time spent caring but by the impact it has on their life. This could involve a family member or individual who may be affected by a physical impairment/learning difficulty, mental health condition, drug and alcohol addiction and any other long term illness or condition. Sandwell Advocacy works with the Young Carer and their families where it is identified that children and young people are experiencing issues associated with their caring responsibilities. We provide an integrated package of support that includes crisis intervention and long term advocacy provision. We offer support that works within a person centred, but family orientated approach working with all those within the home. An allocated Young Carers Advocate will provide one-to-one support to the young carer and their family, the advocacy support provided is tailored to the individuals needs, they have full control over their advocacy pathway. We accept referrals from all individuals and groups e.g. Self, Agency and Third Party.

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