Counselling and listening

Lunch @ Fill the Gap

by The Gap Centre

£3.50 per person includes a meal and drinks. Menu changes weekly and will be updated on The Gap's Facebook page Booking is essential Email Kirsty@thegaponline.org for menu details and booking
  • Hargate Lane
    West Bromwich
    West Bromwich
    B71 1PH
  • 0121 525 4442

Better Mental Health For Smethwick's Black Community

by Bearwood Community Hub CIC

Targeted and community designed activities and services for Smethwick's Black community, including; 1-to-1 wellbeing support through our existing Listening Ear Service, which provides support in a safe and confidential setting, coaching and support groups for Black men.
  • Bearwood Community Hub
    28A Abbey Road
    Smethwick
    B67 5RD
  • 07719 732 352

While you're waiting, wellbeing activities.

by The Albion Foundation

well being session working with just straight talk. Aimed at helping adults who are struggling with mental health. activities are both inside and out.
  • Hill Top Community center.
    Wednesbury
    B70 0RZ
  • 07533971324

The Albion Foundation - PL Kicks (Free Football) - Ormiston Sandwell

by The Albion Foundation

A project to engage young people between ages 8-18 in football and other community activities. Opportunities to represent WBA at tournaments and fixtures. Termly sign ups required on the website below.
  • Ormiston Sandwell Academy, Lower City Road, Tividale
    Tividale
    B692HE
  • 07387104296

The Albion Foundation - PL Kicks (Free Football) - Hadley Stadium

by The Albion Foundation

A project to engage young people between ages 8-18 in football and other community activities. Opportunities to represent WBA at tournaments and fixtures. Termly sign ups required on the website below.
  • Hadley Stadium
    Smethwick
    B664 4NL
  • 07387104296

Krunch School Transition Mentoring

by Krunch UK, SCC

Krunch School Transition Mentoring: • 12 sessions of 1-1 mentoring (1 hours over 12 weeks). This will be delivered for 4 weeks in primary school and 8 weeks in the child’s named secondary school • A solution focussed and trauma informed approach with the young person’s voice central to the work. • Mentees will assess their current life situation using Outcome Star at the beginning and end of intervention. Outcome Stars incorporate goal setting and action planning. Intended Outcomes: • Mentees will be better able to recognise potentially harmful relationships and situations. • Mentees will be able to name and describe healthy relationship qualities. • Mentees will show improved self-esteem and confidence. • Mentees will more positively engage with their new secondary school.
  • Sandwell Christian Centre, Langley Crescent
    Oldbury
    B68 8RE
  • 01215525556

Real Respect Primary Group Mentoring Workshops

by Krunch UK, SCC

To increase the emotional health and well-being of children and for them to know and demonstrate more characteristics and qualities of healthy, safe, and respectful relationships. The 6-week Real Respect primary programme was designed with the aim of being as age-appropriate, relevant, and culturally appropriate as possible. We take care, upon receiving referrals, to be aware of the spectrum of gender and make up of different family units in the cohort. We take guidance from the school and the children about their unique cultures and religions; we keep equality and diversity at the heart of the conversations. Also, very important from our prior learning working is that the discussions must be child led and children must feel emotionally and physically safe. We take care to respond in ways that could cause no shame or awkward embarrassment.
  • Sandwell Christian Centre, Langley Crescent
    Oldbury
    B68 8RE
  • 01215525556