With thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund, we are excited to announce a new community response project covering the Kingstanding and North Birmingham localities.
The NEST Project is part of New Height’s portfolio of projects, aimed at tackling local deprivation and encouraging positive lifestyle changes. Based at New Heights community café in the heart of Kingstanding, the NEST project will provide domestic abuse counselling and welfare support to enable our community to flourish.
E – Empower
S – Support
T – Transform
To celebrate the launch of our service, we will be holding an information event on Tuesday 1st March between 10.00 am - 12.00 noon at St John’s Community Centre. Please see attached poster for further information.
From the 1st March, we will also be accepting referrals for information and advice appointments (please note counselling referrals are not currently being accepted). Please find attached the service referral form.
We hope you can join us on the 1st March.
NEST Project Team
New Heights Warren Farm Community Project
108 Warren Farm Road
Telephone: 0121 384 2333 (office)
E Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charity Reg. No. 1120869
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