Contact Us2018-09-19T14:40:34+00:00

Contact Us

We’re here for you and can arrange new or follow on appointments, referrals or can answer any general care enquiries you may have.

Make An Appointment Or Enquiry

If you would like to discuss in more detail about our services for either a loved one and/ or yourself, please get in touch using the form below:

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Please Note:  All communication with us is subject to the conditions outlined in our Privacy Notice.  Please allow for up to 24 hours for a response.  If your enquiry is urgent please call our office and a member of staff will endeavour to help.  If there is no one available please leave a voicemail and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

General Enquiries

  • 0121 5329044

  • 07957 396620


  • 420 Bearwood Road,
    Bearwood, Birmingham, B66 4EY

Office Hours

Monday – Friday 9.30 – 5:00
Weekends & Bank Holidays closed
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Frequently Asked Questions

What services do you offer?2018-09-13T10:07:09+00:00

We are a high quality community care provider. We are also an approved provider for the local Council. Our service is unique in that we are led by a Consultant Psychologist. We have extensive experience of providing support to individuals with a mental illness, challenging behaviour, substance abuse, learning disabilities, autism and forensic histories.

What is your remit?2018-09-13T09:53:29+00:00

Our aim is to provide high quality care to all our clients, regardless of ethnicity, gender, social background or disability.

What is the cost for your service?2018-09-13T09:53:02+00:00

It varies depending on an assessment. Please get in touch today for an accurate quotation.

When are the services run?2018-09-13T09:52:03+00:00

7 days a week, 24 hour care can be made available.

What is the referral route?2018-09-13T10:08:15+00:00

Referrals are typically made through Private Clients, Social Services, NHS or the Police.

Who is the service for?2018-09-13T09:50:34+00:00

We support adults over the age of 18 who have a diagnosis of mental illness, learning disabilities, autism, substance abuse, challenging behaviour, a dual diagnosis &/or forensic histories.

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