Murray Hall Community Trust
Aims to promote people’s health and wellbeing by tackling the challenges of inequality; facilitating empowerment; as well as pioneering new solutions and delivering innovative services to people; offering school and community based counselling as well as art and drama therapy for children and young people.
The Lateef Project
The Lateef Project is a community led counselling service for Muslims and people related to the Muslim community in Birmingham, a confidential emotional support service available at the cost of a call.
The service uses male and female volunteers trained in Islamic counselling to a level where they can support you, with understanding of the sorts of issues that happen in our lives.
07900 691 670
At Women’s Consortium we understand that life is tough at times and can leave us feeling sad, de-motivated, powerless and without hope.
Sometimes we need assistance with life and therapy can help us do this; because of this need, we have different therapy packages that can help individuals with their paths in life.
07814 960 713
My Time is an award-winning, pioneering and innovative service user led multi-lingual community mental health service provider working in the Midlands and the Isle of Wight.
In 12 years it has developed community based solutions to increasing levels of depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and long-term mental health issues. In December 2015, it became a fully integrated division of Richmond Fellowship.
0121 766 6699
Our Roots is a community interest company (CIC) that started as an organised Community Group known as Back To My Roots in February 2009.
Back To My Roots rose out of the work of Community Development Workers of the then South Birmingham PCT based in Midland Heart that was delivering the government’s Delivering Race Equality (DRE) program for mental health.
0121 359 3739
Conveniently located in the heart of the City Centre, we provide a calm, safe and confidential space for you deal with emotional distress and pain.
Here, you can express yourself freely and talk about whatever concerns you.
Working in a warm, trusting relationship with a therapist, we help you find your own way towards healing at a pace that suits you.
0121 600 6025
ICAP West Midlands
A charity providing counselling and psychotherapy to help people heal their lives and deal with emotional trauma, depression and risk of suicide.
Originally founded to meet the needs of Irish immigrants resident in Britain, we continue today to support the Irish community as well as people from other communities.
Mashriq Challenge Resource Centre
Providing a day care service primarily to Asian women who are depressed, isolated and housebound. A woman’s organisation, run by women staff that are skilled in dealing with minority ethnic communities. Able to communicate in various languages.
0121 551 5478
Spring to Life
At Spring to Life we recognise that there are many pathways towards wellness.
All people are different in what works for them and gives them healing.
We also see the need to allow people to try out new approaches and therapies, which they may have never considered.
As such, we offer a wide range of well-being modalities which fall into four categories. Each of these benefiting people in a variety of ways: Talking therapies, Creative therapies, Body work, and Eco-therapies.
07856 277 028
Friendship Care and Housing
We help people lead fuller lives. We provide homes and support that meet individual needs and create better neighbourhoods to live in. We are committed to promoting equality, diversity and customer awareness and are a member of and fully committed to In Business for Neighbourhoods.
0300 123 1745
Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau
We provide the advice people need for the problems they face.
We offer information and advice on a wide range of issues to those living or working in the Birmingham area. Our service is free, confidential, independent and impartial. We will not judge you, persuade you or tell you what you should do. We will listen, explain all the options available to you, and advise you on the course of action you decide to take.
03444 77 1010
Karis Neighbour Scheme
To enable people to act as good neighbours so that grace can change lives and transform communities.
Provide support to people in our community who are in need by offering a broad range of help including practical support, advocacy and befriending.
Bring people in our community together by reaching out to people, offering friendship, and providing opportunity to spend time getting to know each other.
0121 455 7524
W.A.I.T.S (Women Acting In Today’s Society)
Provides support, advocacy, befriending and counselling for women who have experienced domestic abuse in any part of their life.
We support women to address issues such as welfare benefits, employment and education, business development, resettlement, domestic abuse, isolation, health; and crime and the fear of crime.
0121 440 1443
Bromford is a business with a social purpose whose objective is to inspire our customers to be their best.
For more than 50 years we’ve provided customers with new and affordable homes and provided a range of services aimed at reducing welfare-dependency and generating social value in employment, education, health and community safety.
0330 1234 034
Spokz People CIC
Spokz People was set up after we discovered that many people with disabilities would prefer to speak to a therapist with disability knowledge or experience.
We support the social model of disability. This looks both at a person’s impairment and all the factors that affect their ability to be a full and equal participant in society.
01543 899 317
Newman Health & Wellbeing
Newman Health & Wellbeing exists to improve the quality of life for individuals and to make a positive contribution to the communities and organisations to which they belong.
Both close to Bartley Green where we are based and within wider Birmingham and beyond. Counselling and Psychotherapy: for children, young people and adults across Birmingham and beyond.
0121 483 2205
Pattigift African Centered Mental Health Care as it was known originally was founded in 2003 by Rameri Moukam to address the serious psychological issues facing Black professionals and the wider community.
Inspired by a belief in self-determination, she set about creating an organisation through which long neglected needs could be addressed.
0121 236 3551
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