Our Services

Communities in Sync (CIS) is a dynamic not for profit partnership of 20 quality health, social care and well-being providers working together to improve the lives of people in the West Midlands. We deliver a range of services through our projects to support people with health and social care needs.

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INTRODUCING OUR NEW SERVICE

Wider determinants of health (WDH) are a range of social, environmental and economic factors which impact directly on the health (physical and mental) of the population. We have been working in partnership with the Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (BCHFT) to identify how best to address some of the wider determinants of health, and how they impact on the wellbeing of our local residents. We are pleased to be delivering services which address some of these wider determinants of health and that help to support people who are in need.

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The Birmingham Bereavement and Wellbeing service offers support to people who are bereaved including culturally relevant support. Bereavement officers work alongside you, providing support on a one to one basis.

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Volunteering Plus supports and matches people who want to volunteer, based on their interests, skills and suitability, with organisations / charities who need volunteers.

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The Sandwell Community Offer delivers wellbeing support through our Community Navigators who will spend time with you to find out what your needs are, and help you to navigate and access services.

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Providing independent advocacy and independent living skills training to parents with learning disabilities and/or autism who are subject to, or at risk of interventions from Children’s Services.

Our Previous Projects

Supporting Sandwell residents who are struggling with their mental health to have choice and control over their support options (e.g. counselling, peer support, culturally relevant support).

From March 2022 - May 2023, we supported 359 Sandwell residents who were struggling with their mental health to have choice and control over their support options (e.g. counselling, peer support, culturally relevant support). The final evaluation report, which shows the impact this project had, and includes feedback, leaning and amazing Case Studies, is now available to read.

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The Caring for Carers service started as a pilot in October 2019 and following it's success ran until September 2023. It provided individually tailored bereavement support to carers who would soon lose the person they cared for or who had already lost the person they cared for. This project was for Birmingham residents.

Our partners

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