We can offer you help, support and guidance to help you build a better life.

Helping you reach your full potential.

Every year we work with hundreds of locals to improve Health & Wellbeing, help overcome poverty and build better lives.

You are not alone. If you need help we are here to support you and your family.

How we can help

Improving Mental Health

Find health and wellbeing services near you.
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Supporting wellbeing

Supporting local people to make positive lifestyle changes, such as quitting smoking or losing weight.
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Sandwell Family Life

Supporting young people and families to get the best from life.
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Benefits to Help

Will help you find the benefits you are entitled to and will help you to apply for them online.
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Supporting young people into employment

Find careers advice services near you.
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Think Sandwell

Supporting people into employment
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Your Local Pantry - Brasshouse

Supporting people get access to good quality affordable food.
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Brushstrokes Community Project

Immigration, information, advice and guidance, peer support for newcomers.

Immigration Advice & Guidance

Immigration and migrant support, Emergency help, English language support
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Improving Mental Health

Championing mental health and wellbeing, driving real change and providing crucial mental health support
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It's ok to Talk

Childline is a counselling service for children and young people up to their 19th birthday in the United Kingdom provided by the NSPCC
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Black Country Woman's Aid

Formerly known as Sandwell Women’s Aid is an independent charity who support survivors of abuse and exploitation.
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West Midlands Police

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Improving Mental Health

Free, confidential and impartial advice for the people in Sandwell and Walsall no matter what problems you may have
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St Pauls Ward Councillor's

St Paul's Ward

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Rt Hon John F Spellar

Member of Parliament for Warley
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Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust

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Sandwell Community Offer

Local Organisations offering well-being support
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Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

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Birmingham City Council

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West Midlands Combined Authority

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Sikh Women's Aid

Aim is to reduce the extent of harm and violence to vulnerable people within the Sikh/Punjabi Community.
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Muslim Women's Network

They work to improve the social justice and equality for Muslim women and girls.
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Papyrus

Prevention of Young Suicide
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Sandwell MBC - Just Youth

Are you aged 11-25? Want to find an online activity, youth club or support from a youth worker?
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A passion for changing lives.

Why you should
reach out.

You are not alone. We have a lot of experience in helping locals and are here to help you through any problems you are facing.

Feeling lonely, isolated or not sure what to do? There is always something to do and somewhere to go here at your local Brasshouse Community Centre. 

Get help or support

We know if can often feel difficult to reach out or take steps to improve your situation. Our friendly team are always here to support you and offer advice.

Find out about Your Local Pantry

For a small weekly subscription of £4, members of this pantry will have access to food including fresh fruit and vegetables and store cupboard favourites.

Connect with us

Stay up to date with all the events and activities that are taking place by connecting with us on social media.

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Speak to us.

Phone: 0121 555 5672
Email: info@nsdt.org.uk
Address: Brasshouse Lane, Smethwick, B66 1BA
Office hours:
Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00

Brasshouse Community Centre hours:
Monday - Friday 08:00 - 21:00
Saturday - Sunday 09:00 - 14:00