Health and emotional wellbeing

Adding to schools pastoral support provision

by Mentor Link

Our mentoring service is weekly, one to one, long term and dedicated to the needs of the children and young people. The sessions are confidential and provided in line with Safeguarding guidelines.
  • Sandwell
    DY13 8DT
  • 01299 822 336

The DECCA (Drug Education Counselling and Confidential Advice) Team

by Sandwell Children's Trust

DECCA provide the young peoples, aged 18 and under, drug and alcohol service in Sandwell. The remit for the team is multi faceted and fits across all areas of provision for young people’s services and is located within Targeted Support Services (TSS), as part of Sandwell Children’s Trust (SCT). The team deliver preventative, educational, proactive outreach and specialist treatment services.
  • 6-8 Unity Walk
    Owen Street
    DY4 8QL
  • 0121 569 2201

Voices and Choices

by Sandwell Advocacy

Independent one to one advocacy support for older people with long term health and accommodation issues.
  • 28 Wood Street
    DY4 9BQ
  • 0121 520 8070

Sandwell Community Offer

by Crossroads Care

Sandwell Community Navigators deliver a free wellbeing support service to residents aged 18+ across Sandwell. There are opportunities to find information, advice and support to meet your needs.
  • 494 Wolverhampton Road,
    West Midlands
    B68 8DG
  • 0121 726 3983

Sandwell Adult & Family Learning

by Sandwell Council

Adult Learning across Sandwell delivered in Tipton, West Bromwich and Smethwick and also online. Qualification courses and community courses.
  • Tipton College
    Alexandra Road
    DY4 7NR
  • 0121 557 0837

Hateley Heath Further Education and Training Centre

by Sandwell Council

Contact us to arrange an initial assessment for English, Maths and ICT. We also deliver sewing and dressmaking, art and flower arranging.
  • Hateley Heath Further Education and Training Centre
    West Bromwich
    B71 2RP
  • 0121 556 7426

Ron Davis Centre

by Sandwell Council

English, ICT and maths classes. Sewing and dressmaking courses On line courses and family learning
  • Ron davis Centre
    Ballot Street
    B66 3HH
  • 0121 555 6255

Macmillan Telephone Buddies

by Macmillan Cancer Support

Phone service

How a Telephone Buddy helps Going through cancer can be an isolating experience at any time, and especially when social distancing. Our free Telephone Buddy service is here for you. We'll match you with someone who understands what you're going through, and they'll give you a weekly call. Your volunteer buddy will be a listening ear, ready to talk about how you’re feeling and your support needs during this difficult time. They can also let you know about our services, and all the ways Macmillan can help, to ensure you don't face cancer alone.
  • Fundraising Support Centre 89 Albert Embankment
    SE1 7UQ
  • 07834 192 217


by The Children's Society

Phone service

A telephone call back service that consist of support that is tailored to you. This is NOT telephone counselling or therapy
  • Whitecross Studios