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Black Country Housing Group is a social business investing in people and communities. We provide over 2000 homes for families, older people and younger people and those with a learning disability. In addition, we also support over 13,000 customers with employment and training. Our care business, Black…
The Brierley Hill Project run a drop in centre that addresses the needs of people in the heart of Brierley Hill and the wider Dudley Borough. Our focus is on providing bespoke support (through one to one appointments and mentoring). We signpost to other local services…
Broad Meadow is situated in the Russell's Hall area of Dudley. It is an 'Extra Care Scheme' for people aged 55 and over.
- 0345 6020 540
Red Kite Drive,
Off Middle Park Road,
On-Route Foyer provides a unique combination of safe and affordable accommodation together with personal development activities and more structured training and educational opportunities. The Foyer is a dispersed project where young people at various stages in their growth towards independence can access the resources of…
One and two bedroom flats available for let within a sheltered community setting with on site support, care alarm service and communal facilities and activities. The schemes are maintained to a high standard and provide a vibrant community for people aged 55 and over in…
CHADD Supported Independent Living Service is a personalised, safe and respectful service for older people suffering mental ill health. It is provided by committed and highly competent people whose ethos is to empower the individuals they support towards independence, choice, rights and inclusion.
A communal home for up to 5 customers with learning disabilities. Chapel Street is operated by Black Country Care which is part of Black Country Housing Group.
Churches Housing Association of Dudley and District (CHADD) is a small and highly specialist organisation that provides housing and related support services to vulnerable people within the borough of Dudley. These services include: A foyer project for young people aged between 16 and 25 enabling…
Families and individuals in need including the homeless and those at risk of being homeless can obtain and redeem vouchers for clothing, shoes, school uniforms and household items.
What is OAHS? Is a simple way of helping people to help each other. It’s where two older adults who like doing the same things, share a home together with weekly support from OAHS in whatever they need – keeping independence with 24 hour companionship…