We’re a small but diverse and unique service here. Clients can have many vulnerabilities as asylum seekers and torture survivors, and we’ll work with them to address each issue through therapy and welfare support.
Social integration is really important to our clients. We have in-house ESOL (English as an additional language) classes, and creative groups and outings like gardening, horse riding, art and drama. For clients who have just got their refugee status or are still waiting, this can help them to connect to themselves and their community.
About the West Midlands centre
Our centre in Birmingham was set up in 2009, in response to the dispersal of asylum seekers across the UK. Clinicians also offer training and support to practitioners and services across the region.
The centre offers therapy and other support to adults, as well as medico-legal reports. Visit our Help for survivors section for more information and to make a referral. Clinicians also offer training and support to practitioners and services across the region.
Our West Midlands centre covers the following areas of the UK: Birmingham and Solihull, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Wolverhampton and Worcestershire.