Awayforward Foundation

Awayforward Foundation

Charity information

Awayforward Foundation

The Awayforward Foundation has been established in Birmingham since 2010. Our aim, outlined in this constitution is to provide an affordable, accessible and confidential counselling and mentoring resource to the whole community. The counsellors and therapists delivering the Service will act in a professional manner at all times and abide by the Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy of or recognised by the British Organisation for Counselling and Psychotherapy, offering counselling or therapy, brief or open ended, one-to-one, for families, in a small therapy group. All activities of the Service will be monitored by the committee open to all members of the community by election at the AGM and meeting 3 times each year

Founded 2010

  • Mission statement

    Charitable purpose in accordance with the Charities Act:
    The advancement of health or saving lives of people with mental health issues
    The relief of those in need by reason of ill health or other disadvantage
    Public Benfits:
    Providing a free counselling and mentoring service to people with mental health issues

    The FOUNDATION will achieve its aims principally by providing a counselling and mentoring service to communities in and around Birmingham.

  • Aims

    Awayforward Foundation aims to:

    • To reduce the amount of re offending being committed in the community
    • To offer mentoring to children and young people providing emotional guidance, a sense of continuity and stability
    • To reduce dependency on public services i.e. health used by people with mental health issues and concerns
    • To reduce the isolation and dependency of people with mental health issues and concerns
    • To work with the police and prison service to offer counselling and mentoring to current and ex offenders
  • Overview

    Established: January 2010

    Registered Charity Number: 1145401

    Board members: 4

    Volunteers: 32

    Phone number: 07735278995

    Address: 156A Sisefield Road Kings Norton Birmingham B38 9JA

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