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Organisation: New Heights Warren Farm Community Project

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New Heights Warren Farm Community Project

New Heights:
In 2005 a small group discussed how needs of local people were not being met. They formed a Management Committee & registered as a limited company on the 6th December 2006 and as a charity on the 17th September 2007. A shop premises was bought & refurbished to become a Community Café. This was later extended from which we run an Advice & Advocacy Service, Domestic Abuse Counselling, Knit & Chat Group, Carer Support services & other community services.

In 2010 we opened St John’s Centre from which we deliver other services & activities – many in conjunction with partner agencies.

Over 100 residents work as volunteers. We provide services identified as required by local residents, run by local volunteers, supported by a small staff team & managed by elected trustees.

Aim: To meet the needs of the most disadvantaged members of the Kingstanding community and to help to bring about social cohesion.

Reduce the isolation of older people & promote their independence, health & well-being.
Work with younger people, supporting their development needs and helping them to raise their aspirations.
Work alongside families and parents, particularly lone parents, helping them to face the challenges of family life and parenthood.
Support those who are ill, or who have a disability, & their carers and address the consequences of their health and/or disability issues.
Addressing issues of poverty and debt in the local community

To meet the charity’s objectives we deliver services including:
• Domestic Abuse Counselling Service
• Advice & Advocacy Service on Welfare, Disability, Housing & Employment
• ‘Community Café’ – including opportunities for volunteers to gain accredited qualifications
• Advice Service for Older People (Age UK)
• Luncheon Club, Reminiscence Groups, Silver Surfers, Knit & Chat, Craft Activities & Tai ChiÍ
• Community Meals & Festival Celebration events
• Crackers Playgroup, Home Educated support Group & Scout Groups
• Healthy Eating

Pathways Covered

Domestic Abuse, Sexual Abuse and Sex Work


What we do

New Heights - Warren Farm Community Project delivers a 'Domestic Abuse Counselling Service' available to victims & survivors of Domestic Abuse who live in North Birmingham (specifically inthe Kingstanding area, Erdington Constituency (including Stockland Green, Erdington, Pype Hayes & Castle Vale) and in Sutton Coldfield.

The project delivers:

Assessment of need for those who self-refer or are referred for support

Individual Counselling

Group Therapy

Domestic Abuse Support Groups

Where we do it

Services are delivered in North Birmingham.  The locations within which the project delivers counselling and support meetings are shared with those refered for support.

How to access

For people experiencing or affected by Domestic Abuse

Call for more information:

07753 224 835