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Hope Centre

We work from a basis of christian values of serving people at their point of need, all are welcome. We are an extended family in the community offering frienship, a listening ear, advice and information, IT skills, help with job searching, confidence building, support for addiction, ESOL, basic skills, art social group, prayer, family support, fun, and free refreshments.

We do not have a "particular" client group, age, or background everyone is welcome "we are family" connected so if you hurt so do we. We challenge injustice, help people move forward with their lives offering clothing and furniture to new arrivals to the Dudley borough and beyond. We are a faith group however we welcome and value everyone regardless of belief or non belief,  The kettle is always on.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Camilla Phillips
Contact Position
Volunteer Operations Manager
Contact address
Hope Centre,
Block 11 Andrew Road,
HALESOWEN,
West Midlands.
Contact postcode
B63 4TT
Telephone
0121 602 1744
E-mail
hopecentre@hotmail.com
Website
www.hopecentrebelieve.org

Where to go

Name of venue
Hope Centre,
Address
Block 11 Andrew Road,
HALESOWEN,
West Midlands.
Postcode
B63 4TT
Notes

We partner with a variety of services to offer all under one roof. They include a weekly surgery from housing, CAB, mental health support group and Esther support group for survivors of abuse. We also work with the latch key project, the shell corner youth group, ahmadiyya muslims, Halesowen in bloom, Dudley CVS and the hope centre advisory group, that includes Dudley Health team, jonmansellexboozehound, local police support officers, the elderly project Halesowen, and local churches.

Facilities
Parking available
Toilet facilities

Time / Date Details

Time of day
Morning, Afternoon
Days of Week
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Time and Session Info
10.00am-3.00pm daily except Thursday open until 4.30pm
Furniture and clothing, refreshments and drop in advice, support and friendship offered on a daily basis . Daily internet access and computer training including one to one reading sessions. ESOL Wednesday and Thursday, art on Tuesday and drop in housing advice sessions including drop in CAB every Wednesday morning. All are welcome regardless.
The ESOL classes are run by volunteers who are qualified and give their time freely. All services are offered free.

Other Details

Costs

Costs:
All donations accepted
Booking Information
To book rooms please call. We have a large meeting room
IT suite and kitchen facilites. Refreshments available on request costings depending on per person.

Availability

Referral required
No
Referral Details

Drop in the centre anytime or phone us. We also have an email address and you can find us on facebook.

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