Murray Hall Community Trust
Murray Hall Community Trust
Murray Hall Community Trust serves the Black Country and Birmingham areas working to promote health and wellbeing in a holistic way, delivering chldren's services, health and community services
We believe that 'Well-being' requires a number of things in a person's life to be supported - it is equally important that someone has housing, childcare and care options, education, employment and is not in poverty as whether or not they have access to primary or secondary health care services. ‘Well-being’ is generally based on a combination of these factors. We promote health and well being for all people from the beginning of their lives to the end - the range of our services reflects this
We offer ante natal support and help, support and education in the early years to children and families
We offer school and community based counselling as well as art and drama therapy for children and young people.
We offer low cost / free short breaks for children with disabilities and their families, and holidays to others who are in need
We run youth clubs and help young people get into further education, employment and training.
We work with communities to help them break cycles of disadvantage
We work with young men who are victims of domestic abuse
We protect children through supporting families and specialised protection work
We help adults access employment and training
We offer person centred supportive care at the end of Life
We work to make our community a ‘Compassionate Community – encouraging communities to support the health and social wellbeing of people as they approach the end of their lives.
Murray Hall Community Trust aims to:
- We aim to deliver high quality cost effective services that meet the expressed needs of the most vulnerable people and communities in our area of benefit
- We believe that people are the agents of change in their own lives and we aim to develop self esteem and a feeling of self worth within communities and individuals
- We aim to take a community development approach working to promote positive social change empowering communities, reflecting and being sensitive to their needs and diversity.
- We aim to challenge inequality, working to close equality gaps and working to overcome poverty - in particular childhood poverty and poverty affecting the most disadvantaged.
Established: August 1994
Registered Charity Number: 1040170
Board members: 5
Full time staff: 35
Part time staff: 35
Phone number: 0121 612 1806
Address: Neptune Health Park Sedgeley Rd West Tipton DY4 8LUView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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