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Our Mission  is to uplift our community by providing a sanctuary that promotes mental health awareness and nurtures creative expression. We are committed to breaking down barriers to access and engagement with the arts, while simultaneously offering comprehensive support for those experiencing mental health challenges. 


Our Vision is to establish an unparalleled, all-encompassing community hub in Birmingham that stands at the confluence of mental health support, creative liberation, and drug awareness education. We envision a future where our community centre is widely recognised as not just a space, but as a movement that champions empowerment, healing through creativity, and the bold exploration of artistic talents. We see ourselves as more than a centre; our aim is to create a safe haven where individuals are not only encouraged but also empowered to express themselves freely.

This vision is founded on the belief that creativity and well-being are not mutually exclusive but are interdependent facets of a fulfilled and healthy lifestyle. Our objective is to establish an inclusive hub in which the arts serve as a pathway for mental health awareness, where every individual—regardless of their background—feels valued, understood, and inspired to reach their full potential.

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Our Work is a combination of educational programmes, creative workshops, and targeted support services, through which we strive to:

  1. Enhance Mental Health and Well-being: Offer a wide range of mental health services, from one-on-one counselling to group therapy sessions, all designed to support individuals at different stages of their mental health journey.

  2. Foster Artistic Talent and Creativity: Create opportunities for emerging and established artists to showcase their work, engage in collaborative projects, and access resources that can help them to develop their craft.

  3. Educate and Raise Awareness: Conduct workshops, seminars, training and events focused on educating the community about mental health issues and drug awareness, employing creative methods to engage and inform participants.

  4. Build Strong Community Networks: Strengthen ties within the community by facilitating events and projects that encourage collaboration, mutual support, and shared experiences, creating a robust network of care and creativity.

  5. Promote Inclusivity and Accessibility: Ensure that our programmes and facilities are accessible to all, regardless of financial means, background, or ability, reinforcing our commitment to diversity and inclusion.

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