Dating in the west midlands
We’re an independent charity and you can contact us for support regardless of whether you’ve contacted the police, and no matter how long ago the crime took place.
The West Midlands Interchange would be linked directly to the West Coast Mainline, one of the country’s principal freight routes, and will be well placed to serve Birmingham, the northern M6 corridor, Staffordshire and parts of Warwickshire.If you’ve been affected by crime, call your local victim care team in the West Midlands on 03.Lines are open 8am-8pm Monday to Friday, and 9am-5pm Saturday to Sunday.Four Ashes Limited, the developer behind the West Midlands Interchange scheme, will be talking to nearby communities, residents, businesses and regional organisations to work up plans over the next 18 months.The firm intends to develop a masterplan which will be the subject of a full public consultation this summer.The support we provide is based on an individual’s needs assessment and can vary from emotional support to advocacy and practical help, eg with Criminal Injuries Compensation claims.
We offer a range of one-to-one interventions (over the phone, face to face, and through home visits) to support people who need emotional support, whether you were referred to us from the police, through another agency or contacted us independently.
We have a number of community bases across the whole of the West Midlands, where we provide support to enable individuals and families to cope and recover following the impact of a crime.
Our services are provided through trained community volunteers in the main, but are supported by dedicated caseworkers working with our more vulnerable service users, particularly children and young people.
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Commenting on the project, Guy Bates, Head of Freight Development, Network Rail said: “Network Rail is supportive of the West Midlands Interchange proposal and will be engaged with the Four Ashes team as it progresses through the normal process of rail technical investigation, planning and design” Peter Frost continued: “This site has been identified because of its exceptional location with direct connections to the M6 and the West Coast Main Line.