Support for victims

Victim Support

by Victim Support Sandwell

Victim Support Sandwell operates to empower victims of crime through their journey of recovery. We provide free help and confidential support and information about appropriate services to help in your time of need.
  • Room 4G YMCA, 38 Carters Green, West Bromwich, West Midlands
    West Bromwich
    B70 9LG
  • 0300 303 1977

Domestic Abuse Community Support

by Black Country Women's Aid

SWA's IDVA (Independent Domestic Abuse Advice) service supports victims of domestic abuse who are at risk of harm from intimate partners, ex-partners or family members, with the aim of securing their safety and the safety of their children.
  • Suite 21a Landchard House Victoria Street
    West Bromwich
    B70 8HY
  • 0121 552 6448 (24 hour)

Black Country Rape and Sexual Violence Support Service

by Black Country Women's Aid

SWA's Independent Sexual Violence Advice (ISVA) Service supports survivors of rape, sexual violence and childhood sexual abuse with advocacy, practical and emotional support and counselling, whether or not they choose to report to the police.
  • Suite 21a Landchard House Victoria Street
    West Bromwich
    B70 8HY
  • 0121 553 0090 (9-5 weekdays)

Domestic Abuse Refuge

by Black Country Women's Aid

Sandwell Women’s Aid provides safe, secure and supportive accommodation which is available 24 hours a day for women and their children escaping domestic abuse. Our services are accessible for all women, regardless of age, culture, disability, ethnicity or sexuality.
  • Organisation's Head Office (all refuge sites are confidential)
    Suite 21a Landchard House Victoria Street
    West Bromwich
    B70 8HY
  • 0121 552 6448 (24 hour)

Support for children, young people and schools

by Black Country Women's Aid

Sandwell Women’s Aid offer a number of awareness and support programmes in schools that: raise awareness of domestic violence, sexual violence and sexual exploitation; challenge negative myths and stereotypes held around domestic violence, gender and culture; provide information, skills and knowledge to allow children and young people to access support networks; and identify potential/current victims of abuse and offer them further support.
  • Suite 21a Landchard House Victoria Street
    West Bromwich
    B70 8HY
  • 0121 553 0090 (9-5 weekdays)

Support for young victims of rape and sexual violence aged 11-18

by Black Country Women's Aid

SWA's specialist Young People's ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Adviser) offers support and advice to any survivors of rape and sexual violence aged 11-18.
  • Suite 21a Landchard House Victoria Street
    West Bromwich
    B70 8HY
  • 0121 553 0900 (9-5 weekdays)

Support Services

by Best Choice Befriending Services

Day - to - day Support needs, Administration needs, and Befriending services are all provided at Best Choice Befreidning Services CIC
  • Grosvenor House, 11 St Paul's Street
    Birmingham
    B3 1RB
  • 0800 061 4260

Oak Green Lodge

by Options for Life

Options for Life have provided high quality care for adults with learning disabilities and/or autism since 1988. We currently offer community outreach, Online activities and building based opportunities. Staff will enable you to maintain your independence and where needed, encourage and support you to learn new and maintain independent living skills. Staff are trained to deal with and support participants that may have sensory needs, set routines and may require specialist support. Our service is flexible, and we will work with you and your family to support you to make any changes to your chosen programme or to try new experiences. Our aim is to provide a service that will enhance your life, health and well being and support you to build on all your strengths have fun and be as independent as you possibly can. Oak Green Lodge is also home to our Head Office. We are a Third Party Reporting Centre - where a person can report a hate crime confidentially, whether you have been a victim or witness, if you do not want to report directly to the police. Reporting Centre staff are trained in dealing with incidents of hate crime and can help someone to get the support that you may need, after experiencing or witnessing a hate crime.
  • Oak Green Lodge, Oak Green Way
    Oldbury
    B68 8LR
  • 0121 544 6611

Third Party Reporting Centre for Hate Crime

by Eastern European Welfare Association - EWA

As a hate crime third party reporting centre we serve our local community in providing a safe space for people to come and report any hate related incidents that they have experienced directly or witnessed. We will support you by reporting the matter to the police, explain to you what hate crime is, and provide you with a safe space where you can share your thoughts and feelings. The service is provided in both English and Polish.
  • Health Futures UTC
    350 High Street
    West Bromwich
    B70 8DJ
  • 01217400824