Back

Sexual health and pregnancy

Filter your results?

Advocacy, Counselling and listening, Sexual health and pregnancy, Support for victims

Black Country Rape and Sexual Violence Support Service

By Black Country Women's Aid

SWA's Independent Sexual Violence Advice (ISVA) Service supports survivors of rape, sexual violence and childhood sexual abuse with advocacy, practical and emotional support and counselling, whether or not they choose to report to the police.

Quality: Investors in People
Ethnicity focus: English, Turkish, Indian, Polish, Somali, Pakistani, Congolese, Afghan, Iraqi, Bangladeshi, Afro Caribbean

More details
Suite 21a Landchard House Victoria Street
West Bromwich
B70 8HY
0121 553 0090 (9-5 weekdays)
Housing advice & support, Counselling and listening, Sexual health and pregnancy, Parent and family support

Pregnancy Matters

By Life Charity

Phone service

Whatever your pregnancy-related problem, help is just a click, text or call away.


If you’re late and worried about being pregnant, considering abortion or you’ve...

Quality: Staff subject to Disclosure & Barring Service

More details
Head Office
1 Mill Street
Leamington Spa
CV31 1ES
08088025433
Sexual health and pregnancy

Sex Therapy

By Relate Birmingham

Relate counsellors can help where people are having problems with their sex life due to physical or emotional reasons.

More details
Old Municipal Buildings
Freeth Street
Oldbury
Sandwell
B69 2AB
0121 643 1638
Advice, Exercise, sport & recreation, Social Activities, Befriending, Sexual health and pregnancy

Starting Well - Maternity Support Service

By Murray Hall Community Trust

One to one pregnancy support and guidance, virtual and face to face group classes, including Maternity Yoga ( pre and postnatal yoga),Coffee Mornings, Nursery Rhyme Time for under 3s, Wellcomm Screening, Breastfeeding Support Group (online) and Play and Stay groups for under 3s.

More details
The Bridge St Marks Road
Tipton
DY4 0SL
01902 826 938
Advocacy, Sexual health and pregnancy, Support for victims

Support for young victims of rape and sexual violence aged 11-18

By Black Country Women's Aid

SWA's specialist Young People's ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Adviser) offers support and advice to any survivors of rape and sexual violence aged 11-18.

Quality: Investors in People
Ethnicity focus: English, Turkish, Indian, Polish, Somali, Pakistani, Congolese, Afghan, Iraqi, Bangladeshi, Afro Caribbean

More details
Suite 21a Landchard House Victoria Street
West Bromwich
B70 8HY
0121 553 0900 (9-5 weekdays)
Exercise, sport & recreation, Finding work and training, Sexual health and pregnancy, Children and youth activities

Youth Development

By Community Connect Foundation

•Building and maintaining long-term relationships with young people by providing programmes which address the physical, mental and emotional well-being of young people
•Offer a wide range of leisure, recreational and creative activities
•Provide meaningful involvement to young people in planning, decision-making and implementation of programmes
•Combat discrimination in services to young people and develop schemes and strategies to address the specific needs of particular groups facing disadvantage
•Celebrate ethnic and cultural diversity

More details
North Smethwick Resource Centre Cambridge Road
Smethwick
B66 2HR
0121 565-3311
Services focused on particular beneficiaries do not imply that they are offered exclusively to these persons only.