Social Outreach In Birmingham

The Salvation Army has various social outreach services throughout the city:

The William Booth Centre Lifehouse (homeless hostel) provides a lifeline to those in the city who find themselves without shelter. The 83-bedroom centre is more than just a bed for the night and provides a comprehensive rehabilitation programme which encourages service users to eventually move back into the community and live independently.

Our state-of-the-art facility for victims of domestic abuse provides accommodation, support and refuge for victims and their families. The Salvation Army works with the city council in this sensitive and vital work.

In 2011, The Salvation Army won the Government contract to care for victims of human trafficking and this work is based in Birmingham and covers the whole of the UK.  The specialist support programme is designed to preserve the dignity of victims, protect and care for them in safe accommodation, and provide access to confidential client-based support services including:

  • Legal Advice
  • Health Care
  • Counselling
  • Educational Opportunities

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