Services & support for children & young people with disabilities or special educational needs // SEND
Supporting young people when a family member has a life limiting illness
Helps young people in, or about to move into, independent housing manage their money & maintain their tenancy. Finances
Free, individual travel training for young people aged 15 to 29 who are not in employment/training
Contact details & support options from all Birmingham Youth Service centres during the Covid 19 lockdown
St Giles Hospice's under 18 service for young people facing loss or living with bereavement / death /loss /grief
For young people affected by substance misuse in Birmingham
For 0-18s with functional difficulties in everyday activities, registered with a Solihull GP.
Provides confidential suicide prevention advice for young people
Help, advice & information about services available for a child or young person (birth to 25 years) with a Special Educational Need or Disability
Provides ongoing care, emotional support and practical guidance
Confidential support for 11-17 year olds who have run-away or thinking about it. FREE call and text
Helping children & young people with their wellbeing & also mental health
Supporting children & young people struggling with loss, bereavement, divorce, separation.
Advice on debt, support if homeless or at risk of becoming homeless - South Birmingham
Provides national support & advise to those with eating disorders
Mental health support for young people, parents, schools, churches & organisations in Solihull.
City-wide volunteer-led emotional and practical support for families in their own homes
Free online mental health support for people aged 14-25 years
Special Educational Needs & Disability Information & advice - children & young people
Counselling support for adults & young people, schools & colleges.
Provides help for those aged 11 to 30 with finding a job & getting into education
Mental Health support resources for teachers, early years staff & young people
Preparation for Adulthood (PFA) supports 14-30 year olds with their journey into adulthood.
Safeguarding children from abuse and neglect
Provides advocacy for children in care & young people in need
Make A Difference (M.A.D) Birmingham project is a Sport Birmingham open access youth development programme