Sikh Helpline Cycling Club
by Sikh Helpline
About our activities / service
|Accessibility details||The Helpline is fully accessible.|
We are running sessions in West Bromwich, West Midlands to help communities, that are hard to reach, to improve their mental and physical well-being through light, enjoyable new cycling programme. As a first pilot in West Bromwich, we aim to: 1. Teach people how to ride a bike (including those who don't own a bike) 2. Build confidence through social led rides 3. Repair bikes in garage through Dr Bike sessions to encourage community to take up cycling again
|Staff qualifications||Staff qualified to deliver services of the Helpline.|
About the organisation
The Sikh Help Line was set up to offer counselling to young children teenagers and adults who may require assistance or guidance issues ranging from grooming, domestic abuse through to racism and substance addiction. With an understanding of these cultural issues and barriers, the Sikh Helpline offers a support network for these victims.” The 24 hour helpline - 0845 644 0704 or 07999 004 363 - is manned by trained individuals who speak both English and Punjabi and are equipped to handle problems faced by individuals today.
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