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Domestic Abuse

Fry Housing - Brighter Futures

Brighter futures is a free voluntary programme for individuals who have committed or are at risk of committing behaviours defined as domestic violence and abuse.

Brighter Futures helps people who have been abusive in the home. We offer either weekly group sessions or one-to-one sessions in a relaxed environment that will help you to reduce risk to you and your family.

The programme consists of 10 x 1.5 hour sessions conducted on a weekly basis and includes solution-focused brief therapy, with cognitive-behavioural therapy techniques.

This approach is evidence-based and uses an intervention that has been shown to increase customer engagement, reduce risk and help individuals stop being violent and abusive.

Location available:


Referral process:

To make a referral contact:

01922 617769



Free programme

Education, Training and Employment

Prince's Trust - TEAM Programme

Team is a full-time 12-week programme for young people aged between 16-25 who are not in education, employment or training. It offers work experience, qualifications, practical skills, community projects and a residential week. The programme aims to increase confidence, motivation and skills and as a result enables young people to move into employment, education, training, volunteering or an apprenticeship.

Locations available:

Various locations across the West Midlands

Referral process:

Call: 0800 842 842

Text: ‘Call me’ to 07983 385 418




Education, Training and Employment

Walsall College - ESOL Course

Course length is 12 to 18 weeks. 12 hrs per week Thurs and Fri (9-4). Adjustments for childcare can be made.


Walsall College Wisemore Campus

Referral process:

Call: Julie Mayo 01922 657000  


Free if in receipt of benefits       

Education, Training and Employment   

Work on the Horizon - Learn My Way

Basic IT course. An online course with support from a Tutor following basic modules through a course called 'Learn My Way' covering the following:

  • Using your computer or device
  • Online basics
  • More internet skills
  • Online safety
  • Finding a job online
  • Improving your health online
  • Managing your money online
  • Public services online

The course runs on Wednesdays - hourly slots


Work on the Horizon, 1 Queens Parade, High Street, Bloxwich, WS3 2EX

Referral process:

To book on the course telephone 01922 496555 (press option 2 and option 2 again)




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