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Our Consultation Network

 

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

We also have a support group for younger people with Parkinson's

- See more at: http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/local-support-groups/regions/west-midlands/sandwell-support-group#sthash.2L4npKdl.dpuf

 

 

Members of OSCAR Sandwell

 

Our Consultation Network is a partnership of local groups and organisations that we commit to visit or contact on a regular basis  in order to collaborate with, sharing information, intelligence, issues and concerns. We can identify those areas where Healthwatch Sandwell and local groups and organisations can work closely together to identify areas of concern. Our network consists of the following: (click on the organisations name to visit their website)

 


  Accord Group

Housing Association providing general needs & supported housing to a wide variety of client groups. Also training & employment initiatives, domestic violence hostels (Birmingham), support & empowerment for resident & community groups. Self - build & co-operative housing.
We also offer, in addition to rented units, shared ownership and outright sale units to via bchs, part of the Accord group. We also offer services to residents and tenants groups. Supporting more than 100 people.

Accord helps over 100 local people


Image result for Action on hearing loss Action on Hearing Loss

We're experts in providing support for people with hearing loss and tinnitus.

  • We provide day-to-day care for people who are deaf and have additional needs.

  • We supply communication services and training.

  • We offer practical advice to help people protect their hearing.

  • We campaign to change public policy around hearing loss issues.

  • We support research into an eventual cure for hearing loss and tinnitus.

We have more than 1,000 staff, 1,092 volunteers and more than 20,000 members who support our work across the UK


  AGE UK Sandwell

Age UK Sandwell will be offers help, advice and support to older people across the Sandwell Borough, 
on many issues from benefits to healthy living, so if you have a question or a problem that you need help with contact Gary Overton, our Information and Advice Manager on 0121 500 1860.

If you have any queries on Pension Credits why not call and make an apppointment to see us by calling the number above.

Supporting over 450 Sandwell residents


  Agewell

Getting older can be a time of great opportunity and fun, but to get the most out of later life and your retirement years, it's important to think ahead. Don’t let old age just happen to you, celebrate and embrace it instead. We can help.

Agewell is a membership organisation for anyone aged 50 and over. Individuals, professionals and partner organisations - all are welcome.

Agewell provides services for around 1000 people


  Alzheimers Society

At Alzheimer's Society, we believe passionately that life doesn't end when dementia begins. We are here for anyone affected by dementia, and we do everything we can to keep people with dementia connected to their lives and the people who matter most.


  Asbestos Support West Midlands

 Asbestos Support WM exists to help those suffering from asbestos related diseases and to campaign for the strictest possible enforcement of regulations and legislation to protect current workers and communities. Asbestos is the biggest single work-related cause of death in the UK. It kills thousands every year and wrecks the lives of many more; we aim to end this misery.

Asbestos Support WM operates across the areas covered by Coventry, Birmingham and Wolverhampton City Councils and Walsall, Dudley, Sandwell and Solihull Borough Councils. It is a project established and run by the West Midlands Hazards Trust, a registered charity (number 1125322). We rely upon a small number of staff who, with the support of volunteers, are able to give expert advice and information.

You can call us today to arrange an appointment. We are able to visit you at home or you can come into our office in central Birmingham, just by the markets and close to most transport links. We also offer a telephone helpline, open three days a week, on 0121 678 8853.


  Barnardos Family Support Sandwell

Family support: Supporting parents, carers and families in the community and in diverse cultural circumstances. Guidance and advice aimed at supporting vulnerable children and their families.

Extended services: Supporting the move from Primary to Secondary education by building positive relationships. Access to mentoring services.


 Better Understanding of Dementia for Sandwell (BUDS)

BUDS was established in 2008 by the trustees of Harborne Parish Lands Charity, a local charity with extensive experience in providing supported living accommodation for older people and for grant making to organisations and individuals.

Supporting around 400 people


   Black Country Neurological Alliance

The Black Country Neurological Alliance (BCNA) is an umbrella organisation, led by people who are affected directly or indirectly by a neurological condition.

The Alliance aims to bring the people of the Black Country closer to services available from both statutory and voluntary bodies within the region.

Our vision is that any person affected by a neurological condition, living in the Black Country, will have access to all the resources and support they need to enable them to live an active and fulfilled life.


 Brook Sandwell and Dudley

Brook is the UK’s leading provider of sexual health services and advice for young people under 25.


   Brushstrokes Community Project

The Brushstrokes Community project is based on a long standing partnership between its Foundation partners, Father Hudson's Society, the Infant Jesus Sisters and the Parish of St Philip Neri .The project was established by Sister Margaret Walsh of the Infant Jesus Sisters who moved from Wolverhampton, where she had been working for the Hope project, to set up a new initiative in Smethwick. The aim was to support the most vulnerable and live in solidarity with the hidden poor.


  Carers Advice & Resource Establishment Sandwell (CARES)

CARES offers a free and confidential information and advice service for carers and the people they care for within Sandwell.  They also offer a unique outreach and home visits service for carers and their dependants to help with benefit claims or to advocate and guide carers through difficult situations.

Supporting over 600 carers


Community Ambassadors Forum

The Community Ambassadors' Forum is a place to have a say on the future of adult social care in Sandwell. It has been set up to give feedback and direction on new services to support independent living and on new ways of working

There are about 180 Community Ambassadors in Sandwell


Confederation of Bangladeshi Organisations

Confederation of Bangladeshi Organisation, a community and voluntary organisation also known as CBO was established in 1985 as an umbrella of Bangladeshi organisations in the Metropolitan Borough of Sandwell to provide a collective voice for communicating community need and providing representation.

Over 400 members of the community work with CBO


Cradley Heath Community Centre

Services for young people, youth club, boxing, karate, model railway, video club, bingo, gentle exercise, over 60+ club and leisure facilities for retired/vulnerable people.


George Road Community Church

George Road Communty Church is a church based community centre that offers a range of community based provisions such as craft workshops, exercise sessions for the over 50's, coffee mornings, a youth club and much more.


   Headway Black Country

 Each year as many as 1million people attending hospital in the UK will have sustained head injury. Of these, about 135,000 are confirmed as having a brain injury. The problems caused by a brain injury may not be obvious to other people. Brain injury can, however, completely change the life of the survivor and the lives of those around them.

Supporting around 100 people


 Home Instead

A well established and highly respected independent UK home care provider, Home Instead Senior Care is part of a worldwide organisation devoted to providing the highest-quality care for older people in the comfort of their own homes. We offer a wide range of one-to-one services tailor made to the needs of the individual - and home visits can be from an hour a day up to 24/7 care that includes weekends and holidays.4

Providing services for over 340 people


   Ideal for All

Ideal for All is a not for profit company and registered charity run by disabled people for disabled people in Sandwell. We provide a range of social and health care services for disabled people, carers and disadvantaged groups. Our aim is to help the people using our services to learn new skills and live as independently as possible.

Our range of services promote independent living, health and wellbeing and we bring people together through our social events for members and local people. We have been recognised as a leader in our area of work and have won numerous awards for the charity and services we provide.

Over 3250 people use Ideal for All


 

Ilays Community Association

Ileys Community Association (CA) was established in November 2007 and is based in the town of Smethwick, in the Borough of Sandwell. Ileys CA is a not for profit organisation, that provides support primarily, though not exclusively to the local Somali Community, refuges, asylum seekers and newly arrived communities.

 Ileys CA strives to provide a wide range of information, advice and support in a culturally and linguistically sensitive manner, this extends to interpretation and translation support.

Ileys CA is based within the Soho/Victoria Ward in Smethwick, where the majority of the Somali Community lives. Which is one the most deprived wards in Sandwell scoring 53.40 on Multiple Deprivation Index (Office of National Statistics 2011). Somali families tend to be large families and therefore generally live in overcrowded accommodation. Most Somali families generally have recently arrived in the UK, coming directly from Somali as Asylum seekers or from EU countries, 50% of the children are in single parent households and around 80% receive free school meals.


  IRiS Sandwell

 Our services are available to anyone over the age of 18 who lives in the Metropolitan Borough of Sandwell and is experiencing difficulties with illegal or legal drugs and/or alcohol. We also have services available for family members of drug and alcohol users who need support

Providing services for 100 people


   Kaleidoscope Plus Group

The Kaleidoscope Plus Group is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. We were established in 1973 and are one of the leading mental health charities in the West Midlands.The Kaleidoscope Plus Group works across the West Midlands to promote and support better mental health.We are committed to making sure that the services and facilities we provide are of the highest possible quality and that they continue to develop to meet the needs of the communities we serve.


Image result for lyng community centre  Lyng Community Association

Lyng Community Association is proud to be at the heart of West Bromwich’s flagship residential development. We’re providing 200 high quality homes for affordable rent, as well as building a community spirit to make the Lyng a vibrant place to live.

We’re a not-for-profit organisation set up after a group of pioneering local people united to redevelop the old Lyng estate by creating homes fit for modern living, as well as fantastic open spaces.

Now is an exciting time in the history of the Lyng as we shape our thriving community, keeping our focus on sustainable regeneration and local empowerment.

Lyng Community Association manages its properties from our office at 3 Frank Fisher Way West Bromwich . You can visit the office between 10am and 1pm Monday to Friday or phone us on 0121 525 5969.


  Macmillan Cancer Support

We provide practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care. We are Macmillan Cancer Support.


  Murray Hall Community Trust

Murray Hall Community Trust is a voluntary organisation and registered charity, managed by local people. It was set up to serve the social, health, welfare, educational and recreational interests of people in Tipton Sandwell. While we continue to offer services in this area and Sandwell as a whole, we also now work in neighbouring local authority areas. We offer a health information service and, through our varied project and partnership work, encourage people to play an active role in the development of local services.


   Mytime Active

In Sandwell we offer a range of lifestyle services for the whole family, including Health Trainers, Stop Smoking, NHS Health Checks, and weight management for adults and children.


 

  Options for Life

Options for Life is a registered charity providing a variety of day activities and support services for people with learning disabilities who live in and around Sandwell and the West Midlands. Options for Life aims to ensure that all of our service users have access to a wide range of day activities and support in a safe and enjoyable environment.

Supports over 200 people with learning disabilities each week.


   OSCAR Sandwell

Organisation for Sickle Cell Anaemia Research and Thalassaemia Support (OSCAR) was first set up in the United Kingdom in 1975. OSCAR was developed to provide a direct service to the public and act as a link between Sickle Cell sufferers and the communities that were at risk from the conventional service providers.

Research was promoted into the blood disorder, out cry for better services, increase public awareness and screening and in turn offering counselling and support to sufferers and their families.

In 1988 OSCAR Sandwell was formed and followed the lead of other regional and local based voluntary non-profit organisation providers, they followed the lead of the national initiative to fight for a voice in getting Sickle Cell Anaemia and Thalassaemia on the agenda of their local respective authorities.

OSCAR supports over 150 local people


 

The Outside Clinic – NHS Funded Home Eye Tests and NHS Home Hearing Tests     The Outside Clinic

 

The Outside Clinic is the UK’s leading and longest established home-visiting Optician and hearing specialist. We are a privately owned company with our Head Office based in Swindon, Wiltshire. We have been privileged to provide ‘at home’ sight and hearing care within the community for nearly 30 years.

Originally founded in 1987 by a small team of Opticians, we have now grown into an organisation over 300 dedicated health care professionals and support personnel, based at our head office in Swindon, and all over England, Scotland and Wales.

Following numerous requests from our patients, in 2009 we introduced our ‘at home’ hearing services, this is proving to be a very welcome addition to our optical home visiting services

 

 


 Parkinsons UK   Parkinson's UK Sandwell Support Group

 

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

We also have a support group for younger people with Parkinson's.

We organise regular events and social activities. Join us - and meet other people affected by Parkinson's in your area.

- See more at: http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/local-support-groups/regions/west-midlands/sandwell-support-group#sthash.Bz6z4QF7.dpuf

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

We also have a support group for younger people with Parkinson's.

We organise regular events and social activities. Join us - and meet other people affected by Parkinson's in your area.

- See more at: http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/local-support-groups/regions/west-midlands/sandwell-support-group#sthash.Bz6z4QF7.dpuf

 We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

We also have a support group for younger people with Parkinson's.

We organise regular events and social activities. Join us - and meet other people affected by Parkinson's in your area.

We also have a support group for younger people with Parkinson's.

We organise regular events and social activities. Join us - and meet other people affected by Parkinson's in your area.

- See more at: http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/local-support-groups/regions/west-midlands/sandwell-support-group#sthash.Bz6z4QF7.dpuf

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

We also have a support group for younger people with Parkinson's

- See more at: http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/local-support-groups/regions/west-midlands/sandwell-support-group#sthash.2L4npKdl.dpuf
- See more at: http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/local-support-groups/regions/west-midlands/sandwell-support-group#sthash.31zBRr9d.dpuf

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

We also have a support group for younger people with Parkinson's.

- See more at: http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/local-support-groups/regions/west-midlands/sandwell-support-group#sthash.31zBRr9d.dpuf

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

We also have a support group for younger people with Parkinson's.

- See more at: http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/local-support-groups/regions/west-midlands/sandwell-support-group#sthash.31zBRr9d.dpuf

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

We also have a support group for younger people with Parkinson's.

- See more at: http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/local-support-groups/regions/west-midlands/sandwell-support-group#sthash.31zBRr9d.dpuf

   POhWER Community Advocacy

POhWER's community advocates are independent and the service is confidential and free.

Advocates help people understand their rights and the options open to them and help them speak up and have their voice heard. Advocates can help with writing letters, making phone calls and arranging and attending meetings. Our advocates only act on instructions from their clients.


 Rowley Regis Disability Centre

Rowley Regis Disability Centre, this is a small independent centre, which was set up over 40 years ago as a meeting place for local disabled people. It is currently the place where one disabled group (the owners of the centre) meet every Wednesday evening. Although the centre itself has a number of other uses at different times. (Web Link via SCVO)

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

We also have a support group for younger people with Parkinson's

- See more at: http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/local-support-groups/regions/west-midlands/sandwell-support-group#sthash.2L4npKdl.dpuf

 Image result for sailors children   Sailors Childrens Society

Families come to us usually after a traumatic event such as bereavement, diagnosis of a terminal illness or the breakdown of a marital relationship. We provide ongoing support for the children until the family is again self-sufficient or until the children have left full time education. All the families we help are on a means tested benefit which ensures we only help those in most need.

The Society is funded via donations, legacies, local fundraising events, trusts and grants such as Seafarers UK, Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and Trinity House. In these uncertain economic times the funding we receive from our major funders and Trusts is extremely important to us. Without this funding we would struggle to help all of our existing families and also seafaring families in the future. Services provided in Sandwell.


 Sandwell Advocacy 

Sandwell Advocacy supports people who are unable to speak up for themselves using a combination of Independent ‘issue-based’ advocacy and / or volunteer Citizen Advocacy.

Sandwell Advocacy is reluctant to refer to individuals we work with as ‘clients’ or ‘service users’, believing them to be terms used by other service providers which often have negative connotations for those that have accessed them. Instead we call all the people we work with PARTNERS.

Supporting over 530 Sandwell residents


  Sandwell African Caribbean mental Health Foundation - KUUMBA

Creativity is central to the services provided at Kuumba and is at the heart of the Foundation’s vision of an African Caribbean Community in Sandwell whose mental health needs are fully and appropriately researched, recognised and supported

Supports about 1000 people


 Sandwell Cardiac Club

Help and advice from a support team; club with social events such as coach and boat trips; social evenings; Christmas lunch and carol service; expert speakers e.g. doctors, healthy eating; tai chi; gardening advice; fund raising.


  Sandwell Citizens Advice Bureaux

The Citizens Advice service offers practical, up-to-date information and advice on a wide range of topics, including; debt, benefits, housing, legal, discrimination, employment, immigration, consumer and other problems.

Our advice is available to everyone regardless of race, gender, sexuality, age, nationality, disability or religion.

 


 Sandwell College    Sandwell College

The majority of our full-time students are aged 16-18, studying courses designed to give them skills for the modern workplace (such as Automotive Engineering, Beauty Therapy and Web Design).  Many of our vocational courses for school leavers have 100% pass rates, while a very high proportion of our A Level students get straight into university.

We also welcome thousands of adult learners on to an extremely wide variety of full time, part time and short courses. These range from Entry Level tasters to Foundation Degrees, Level 5 vocational programmes and Continuing Professional Development courses.

A major feature of our provision is an expanding apprenticeship programme and a broad range of training courses designed to meet the needs of regional and local employers. A specialist business team offers work-based learning, bespoke training and short courses to suit the demands of individual businesses.


SCIPS Web Site  Sandwell Community Information and Participation Service (SCIPS)

Supporting communities is the cornerstone of all we do.

Any local Sandwell group with a written constitution (including an equal opportunities statement) can apply to join us. You don't need to be a 'tenants' group to benefit from membership. We have a range of member groups - including sports clubs, history societies, allotments groups, womens groups & local environment groups.


   Sandwell Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO)

Sandwell Council of Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) is a charitable organisation based in Sandwell which supports Sandwell’s Voluntary and Community Sector, comprised of voluntary-run community groups, charities, not-for-profit businesses, faith communities and social enterprises. 

SCVO Supports well over 1000 organiosations in Sandwell


 Sandwell Deaf Community Association

 SDCA delivers specialist services to deaf people on behalf of Sandwell Council such as information, advocacy, volunteers, family, welfare rights services and community groups 

Supporting over 500 Sandwell residents


   Sandwell Forum for Voluntary Organisations

 

SFVYO has over 10 years of experience in supporting voluntary sector youth organisations of all sizes across the borough of Sandwell and currently has a membership of over 60 organisations representing over 4800 young people.


  Sandwell Diabetes Support Group  

Sandwell Diabetes Support Group consists of around 100 people who have an interest in Diabetes and we have been in existence for over 20 years. 

The group has about 100 members


 Sandwell Dignity Network

We want Sandwell to be recognised as a place where everyone is treated with dignity. Sandwell Dignity Network works with the NHS, West Midlands Care Association and Dignity Champions in other organisations to promote dignity and respect in services for vulnerable adults.

The network has around 50 members


 Sandwell Irish Community Association Sandwell Irish Community Association

We offer a wide range of support to organisations, groups, and individuals on health issues with a particular focus on supporting the Irish community in Sandwell. We are able to offer outreach support to Irish Travellers who pass through and sometimes settle in the Sandwell area, acting on their behalf as and when required and being the link with local authorities, the health sector, organisations and projects. Likewise we will work with agencies who wish to support these families.


 Sandwell Parent Voice

Parent Voice is a constructive way for parents/carers and voluntary sector groups to discuss special educational needs (SEN) related issues together with the Local Authority (LA). It provides a non-confrontational setting for all to discuss and explore SEN and disability related issues and mutual areas of concern. The forum meetings are co-produced and organised by parent volunteers, Jenny and Teresa our Parent Participation Development workers and partners within Sandwell Local Authority

If your child has special educational needs then the forum is the place where you can find support from both parents and professionals. You can share your experience, receive information and training, and discuss with the Local Authority how together we can ensure the best education for children with SEN in Sandwell.

This organisation supports about 60 people


       Sandwell Parents for Disabled Children

Sandwell Parents for Disabled Children (SPDC) is a voluntary organisation founded in 2003 by a group of parents and carers of disabled children who were frustrated at the lack of play and leisure provision in the borough for their children.   SPDC’s core function is to provide play, leisure & social opportunities for disabled children with the inclusion of siblings and parents/carers and to work with other service providers to ensure that disabled children are included. 

Our mission is that every disabled child or young person living in Sandwell should have access to a range of play and leisure opportunities that enables them to stay safe, be healthy, enjoy and achieve and make a positive contribution to others.


 

  Sandwell Safeguarding Adults Board - Prevention Sub Group

The aim of the Sandwell Safeguarding Adults Board is to improve outcomes for vulnerable adults by coordinating the work of local agencies to safeguard and promote their welfare and ensuring the effectiveness of that work.

The board has around 30 members


  Sandwell Visually Impaired

Sandwell Visually Impaired (SVI) is a self-help voluntary organisation. Our members are all visually impaired themselves, or are the carers of people with a visual impairment.

We want to make living in Sandwell better for people like us. The more members we have, the stronger our voice will be. In April 2004 there were only 12 of us, and we have gone from strength to strength – we now have almost 500 members. This figure represents about 40% of registered visually impaired people in Sandwell, and we are growing all the time.

Supports around 1300 people in Sandwell


   Sandwell Women's Aid

Sandwell Women’s Aid have for the last 25 years offered refuge, support and counselling to victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence. We place victims’ voices at the heart of all that we do, and our specialist team works with drive and passion to change policy, practice and people’s lives.

We take a whole-person approach to interpersonal violence, and over the years the organisation has grown from a single refuge to a large accommodation provider, community support agency and training and policy advisory.  Our portfolio of specialised services now includes

Providing support to over 2000 women in Sandwell


    Sandwell Young Carers

Sandwell Young Carers provides guidance and support to children and young people (aged 5-18) whose health, education and social lives have been affected as a result of caring for a dependent family member.

Supports over 300 young carers


Smethwick ASRA

Provides and maintains accomodation, day care, domicilary care, housing and transport services for elderly disabled and family particularly, but not exclusively, of Asian ethnic origin.


Soho/Victoria Friends and Neighbours Community Interest Company

“For the community, By the community, Of the community” a community led scheme to build a sense of neighbourliness and support vulnerable residents, by - arranging services and support to improve residents’ quality of life, and by the use of a network of voluntary “Community Supporters” who give support to stay healthy, independent and safe, and may (over time) help to reduce the amount of any paid care required.

Over 750 local people supported


 Image result for st albans community association St Albans Community Association

St Albans is a medium-sized charity, providing a wide range of services to the local community. The charity was established in 1983, with the commitment of a number of people, including Pat Ryan and Beryl Chandler. The organisation is funded by several means, including the local authority, individual grant funders, donations and charges for services.


    Swanswell

We’re a national alcohol and drug charity that helps people change and be happy. We believe in a society free from problem alcohol and drug use.


 The Well (Tipton Foodbank)

The Food Bank will be fully operational and will be open every Tuesday and Friday - 10.00 am - 2.00 pm.  If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact Sharon Jenkins on 0121 612 1900.


   Trident Reach

Reach the People Charity is a people first organisation working in partnership to maximise positivity, independence and participation.

We help a diverse range of people in need of help and support, from 16-year-olds to 100-year-olds plus, and offer specialist services catering for their different needs.


  Voiceability

We provide IMHA services across four boroughs of the Black Country (Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton). This is an independent mental health advocacy service for people who need support with their rights under the mental health act. In addition in Sandwell, we also work with inpatients who are not eligible for IMHA services.


 Volunteer Centre Sandwell

Our mission is to provide a focus for voluntary work by promoting and developing volunteering as a valuable experience that makes a real difference to the life of the community and to the lives of the volunteers who represent all sections of our local community.g ov

Supporting over 1000 volunteers


   West Bromwich African Caribbean Resource Centre

West Bromwich African Caribbean Resource Centre (WBACRC) started as a result of local individuals within the African Caribbean community seeking to acquire facilities to meet the immediate and emerging needs of the African Caribbean community in Sandwell.

Supporting over 2000 Sandwell residents


  West Midlands Care Association

The Association has hundreds of members who provide quality care services for every area of adult Care. Each Provider is different and the care delivered will depend on the requirements of the residents or service users. Members provide care for Older people, Learning Disabilities, Elderly Mentally Ill, Physical Disabilities, Dementia, Mental Health, Nursing, Supported Living and Home Care


 West Midlands Fire Service - Community Risk Reduction

The service is a tailored approach which is flexible enough to deliver to the needs of the most vulnerable individuals in our community, whilst maintaining our emphasis on Fire Safety.


   Yemeni Community Association

The Yemeni Community Association (YCA) is a community based organisation that seeks to represent and meet the particular needs of the Yemeni Community in Sandwell.

Supporting over 3000 member of the Yemeni community in Sandwell


 YMCA  YMCA Black Country Group

It’s often the most basic things people need help with – housing, finding work, childcare, overcoming addictions. We help people to move forward in their life journey, one step at a time. We shelter. We support. We develop skills and we give opportunities.


  

We look forward to adding more local groups and organisations to our network. If your group or organisation would like to be added, and become a Consultation Partner, please contact us HERE

 

 

 

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