Acacia provides telephone support and a weekly befriending service for mothers and their families affected by pre or post natal depression across North Birmingham. Acacia Dads is a free support service for dads and other family members who feel they may need some extra help and support after the birth of a child or help in finding ways to support their partner who may be experiencing Postnatal depression. Services also include creche facilities, pamper service for mums attending post natal support sessions, baby massage classes, resource library and family fun sessions..
The Afro Caribbean Millennium Centre (ACMC) is a multi-faceted organisation based in Birmingham. It operates a community radio station New Style Radio, a Social Welfare section, a Design service and the Three Continents One History research project that examines the role that Birmingham played in the Transatlantic Slave Trade.
Arch offers support and advice to a range of people across Staffordshire and Cheshire. Arch works with people who are in housing need, families in need of support, victims and perpetrators of domestic violence and people seeking to return to education, training and employment.
Arch offers -
Housing and Inclusion Services
Domestic Violence Services
Community Learning Services
To find out more information please contact the number below.
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