accessibility & help
The Circles project supports gypsy, Roma and traveller communities living in Birmingham and a similar project supports people from this community living in Solihull. We provide information and help with:
We ensure that people using the service are safe and secure in their homes and undertake advocacy for people whose first language is not English. Through advice and guidance we promote independent living.
1. Gypsy, Roma and traveller support
Bradbury House, 7 Lowe StreetCamp HillBirmingham
0121 7727 340
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We educate people in life-saving skills, enabling them to respond to emergencies.
We sell and need: good quality clothes, designer brands, books, furniture and more.
When Ibrahim was reunited with his wife and sons, they became the 1000th family to be reunited by the British Red Cross.
Tamba saw his colleagues executed on live TV because they had criticised the Nigerian government.
A Red Cross project in Wales is providing language support to help refugee women settle into their new lives in the UK.
Therese had to flee the Ivory Coast and leave her children behind – until the Red Cross helped reunite them.
Offer practical support and advice to refugees and asylum seekers to help them settle in to a new environment.
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