Community Groups and Services
Hall Green Health Contact Centre
Welcome to Hall Green Child Contact Centre, which offers a safe and friendly short term meeting venue for a child to maintain contact with an absent parent, and sometimes other relatives following the break-up of a marriage or similar relationship.
We are open every Saturday afternoon between 2-4pm, and additionally fortnightly 11am-1pm.
Telephone: 0121 777 9873
Fax: 0121 222 6583
Meetups in Birmingham
Meetup groups you can find near Birmingham.
The Health Visitor service works to improve the health of children and families in the crucial first years of life.
They work in the community with a team offering support, advice and provide universal services to all families. Our teams include Community Nursery Nurses, Clerical Assistants, and Community Staff Nurses.
List of Health Visitors: www.bhamcommunity.nhs.uk
Birmingham Wheelchair Service
Find out if you are eligible and self-refer to the services.
Telephone: 0121 466 3220
For patients aged 16 years and over, the musculoskeletal physiotherapy service offers patients across Birmingham a wide range of expert assessment and treatment options such as electrotherapy, manual therapy, exercise prescription, classes such as Pilates and acupuncture as well as condition-specific advice to facilitate a prompt return to work, sport or function.
Telephone: 0121 466 7600 option 4
Focus Birmingham is a specialist charity providing expert support, advice and information to anyone in the Birmingham area affected by sight loss or other disabilities as well as enabling them to lead independent and fulfilling lives in an inclusive society.
Telephone: 0121 478 5222
The school health advisory service aim to promote and support the health and wellbeing of all school aged children. The services have two key roles:
– To give confidential advice, care and support to schools, children, young people and their parents.
– To protect and promote the physical and emotional health of children and young people, to ensure that they get the most from their education.
Find the team for your school: www.bhamcommunity.nhs.uk
Clinical Waste – Sharps
Request clinical hazardous waste collection.
Hazardous clinical waste can include:
– human tissue
– blood or bodily fluids
– swabs and / or dressings
– syringes, needles or other sharp instruments
– any infectious waste known or likely to be contaminated
Telephone: 0121 303 7805 (option 6)
Birmingham LGBT is the city’s leading charity advocating for and supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans communities in Birmingham and beyond. We offer a range of services focused on improving the health & wellbeing of individuals.
Telephone: 0121 643 0821
West Midlands Ambulance Service
They provide non-emergency Patient Transport Services in the West Midlands and beyond. Patients will have a clinical need, and be unable to get to their appointment on public transport, volunteer groups, or with friends or relatives.
Telephone: 01384 215555
Community Paediatric Nurse
The service work together with: GPs, paediatricians, hospitals, health visitors, school nurses, social workers and voluntary agencies to enable children to be cared for at home. It can help children and their families manage:
– Life limiting or life threatening conditions
– Oxygen dependent babies
– Chronic illness
– Childhood cancers
– Nasogastric tube feeding
– End-of-life and palliative care
– Bereavement support
The podiatry service provides assessment, diagnosis, advice, treatment and referral for a wide range of foot conditions. This is provided in health centres, community hospitals and the homes of housebound patients.
Telephone: 0121 466 7600 option 1
Birmingham Social Services Adults and Communities access point (ACAP)
ACAP manage blue badge referrals and parking bays.
They also support major adaptations/structural changes to homes.
Telephone: 0121 303 1234
They provide evidence based specialist support to children (0-19) with a range of specific speech, language and communication difficulties and those with difficulties swallowing, eating and drinking.
If you require services for adults, children and families, dental, rehab or learning disabilities please visit our website: www.bhamcommunity.nhs.uk