targeted life support and mentoring


Go to foodbank


Struggling to pay the bills and buy food? Talk to the Black Country Foodbank. Bring your voucher along to our distribution point to collect a food parcel. Open every Monday and Wednesday between 12 and 3.30pm.

Go to challenge 4 change

challenge 4 change

C4C is a space that offers support to secondary school aged young people. The session has a fun and relaxed structure that promotes tolerance and responsibility. C4C runs every Monday 3.45pm until 5pm.


We offer a drop-in service twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays between 12pm and 3.30pm. Our services include job search help, CV writing support, free internet and 1-2-1 crisis support.


A safe and welcoming space offering food and support for those in need. An ideal opportunity to explore different activities and a good place to socialise. Open every Wednesday and Friday 10am until 2pm

The Brierley Hill Project envisions a community in which every person experiences hope, belonging, purpose and personal value.

It is our belief that the best organisations have a clear set of values that inform and underpin the way they work. The Brierley Hill Project’s work is established on and informed by a clear set of values that find their origin in the rich Judeo Christian spiritual heritage that the founding members of the project share. We believe that it is essential that our values and guiding principles are articulated as they provide the motivational energy that empowers the work we do. Hope – Finding a new beginning We hold a deep conviction that everyone should have the opportunity of a fresh start, emotionally, spiritually, sociologically and economically. The hope of a better future is available for everyone despite the current shape of their life or their circumstances. We never give up on people and we actively seek and create opportunities for people to achieve new things and overcome those things that hold them back. Freedom – Making right choices We believe the discovery of the right and proper boundaries for our lives and those of our community along with the removal of inappropriate or life-limiting boundaries enables us to discover our full potential. Everyone should enjoy the freedom that making the right choices can provide. Therefore we will challenge damaging, inappropriate choices and behaviours as well as the ways in which people’s choices and opportunities are constrained by others. Acceptance – Discovering belonging We believe many people are searching for a place where they can experience unconditional acceptance and so find a deep sense of belonging, a place where superficial judgements and prejudice are absent and where they too can become accepting. Therefore we will be understanding and non-judgmental in our dealings with others and try to offer opportunities for people to contribute as well as to receive. Wholeness – Facing the truth We recognise that facing the truth about ourselves and being honest with ourselves provides an opportunity for us to lead our lives from the position of integrity. Completeness is, in part, determined by an individual’s willingness or a community’s willingness to confront the truth despite what the individual or corporate implications may be. Therefore we will act with integrity and both welcome and learn from feedback. We will offer feedback to others in a spirit of respect; we will try to learn from experience and to change where change is needed. Forgiveness – Letting go of being wronged We believe that reconciliation forms a fundamental building block in removing social, emotional and spiritual debt and allows us to build strong healthy relationships. Being reconciled with ourselves and others creates emotional, social and spiritual freedom. Therefore we do not keep a record of wrongs committed by others or by ourselves; we acknowledge our failures with courage and as openly as we can. Justice – Seeking righteousness and right relationships We recognise that inequality, injustice and poverty are at the root of apathy, despair, poverty of ambition and the absence of human flourishing. Therefore we strive to act fairly in our own dealings, to maintain right relationships and, so far as we are able, to stand with the weak and vulnerable in fighting injustice.

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