Useful Links

3d Human Internet2 - Image Credit cooldesign at www.FreeDigitalPhotos.netThis page lists web links to just some key and useful mental health, wellbeing, support and recreational services within Birmingham and the West Midlands.

We will be updating and adding to this listing from time to time.

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Aspects Care
Aspects Care was founded in 2004 with the long term intention of providing support and care services for clients who wish to live independently and in their own homes. Their philosophy is based upon “Care with a Difference”.
Common Unity
Common Unity is a health and social care organisation specialising in working on mental health and well-being with ‘hard to reach’ communities. It was established in 2009 by community activists from BME communities who were also mental health professionals.
COPE Mental Health Foundation
COPE Mental Health Foundation was established and registered as a charity in 1995, and provides services to people experiencing mental illness through a holistic approach to address psychological and social needs.
Forward Thinking Birmingham
Forward Thinkings’ mission is to exceed all expectations of what mental health services can achieve for children, young people and young adults in Birmingham; resetting the bar for generations to come.
Rethink Mental Illness  
Rethink Mental Illness believes a better life is possible for millions of people affected by mental illness. They support almost 60,000 people every year across England to get through crises.
Sandwell African-Caribbean Mental Health Foundation (SACMHF)
SACMHF is a charity which aims to support African and Caribbean people, along with their families who are affected by or recovering from mental ill health, through a range of culturally responsive services.
Silent Screams (part of Bringing Hope)
Supported by Awards for All, Silent Screams works with men aged 16 – 25 years to tackle their perception of ‘manhood’, which is challenging their success in relationships and employment.