Burntwood Pathway Project

Burntwood Pathway Project

Charity information

Burntwood Pathway Project

Pathway Project supports victims of domestic and sexual abuse. We have been an established domestic abuse service provider since 1993 and in 2011 expanded into sexual abuse.

Founded 1991

  • Mission statement

    Pathway Project is working to support women, men and their children, who are experiencing domestic abuse.

    Pathway provide support to approximately 2,700 families every year, with a range of services including a Family Centre (FC), intensive support centres in Lichfield and Tamworth, floating support, children’s services, a 24-hour helpline, counselling, group therapy, drop-in centre services and training provision.

    We are the largest provider of domestic abuse support in Staffordshire and we work with women and men from anywhere in the UK. We believe in making a real difference to the lives of our service users and helping them to reach their full potential.

  • Aims

    Burntwood Pathway Project aims to:

    • Pathway Project aim to ensure we offer a safe, supportive and empowering service to women and their children to make a positive, lifelong difference to their lives.
  • Overview

    Established: August 1991

    Registered Charity Number: 1005976

    Board members: 14

    Full time staff: 11

    Part time staff: 16

    Volunteers: 12

    Phone number: 01543 442610

    Address: Hope Centre 73 Upper St John Street Lichfield Staffs WS14 9DT

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  • Hope Centre

    The Hope Centre is an outreach centre that will allow women and men who are suffering dome... More
  • Family Justice Centre

    The Family Justice Centre (FJC) is a one stop shop to provide coordinated services to vict... More
  • Action Kids

    Pathway Project started Action Kids in 2009, it is aimed at helping all children and young... More