Different community support groups can help support you after an incident or assault.
Aaina Community Hub
Aaina Community Hub in Walsall offers various courses including Yoga, Healthy Living, Arts and Crafts, Sewing among others.
Telephone: 01922 644006
Afro-Caribbean Millennium Centre
A multi-faceted community enterprise. The centre is used for a variety of purposes: it acts as a welfare advice centre, gives free legal advice and holds a weekly senior citizens club.
Telephone: 0121 455 6382
Provides advocacy in all its forms - seeks to ensure that people, particularly those most vulnerable in society have support on issues that affect them.
Telephone: 0121 321 2377
BHA for Equality in Health Care
Voluntary sector organisation who work with and for African, Caribbean, South and South East Asian communities as well as a diverse range of other marginalized groups.
Call: 0845 450 4247
Birmingham Chinese Society
The Birmingham Chinese Society is a registered charity and is a service provider to the Chinese community in the Birmingham and West Midlands area.
Telephone: 0121 773 0099
Established in 2003, one of the Five Centres for Excellence founded by Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewak Jatha (GNNSJ), a Sikh faith organisation dedicated to nishkam sewa (active, selfless volunteering) to serve the common good.
Telephone: 0121 515 4229
Voices of the Hijab Exhibition and Road Show
Project and film by four Walsall students into their experiences of wearing the Hijab and sharing that with members of the community to open discussions and workshops about the voices of the Hijab.
Telephone: 0121 526 7370 Mobile: 07921 404 291 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Non-Lawyers Guide to Legal Terms
Pinnington Law provide a glossary to support ley people in legal terms.
Citizens Advice Bureau
As a member of British society you have rights and responsibilities. These pages inform you about legal and civil rights and explain how you should be treated by the police and prison system.
Citizens Advice consumer helpline: 03454 04 05 06