At St Peter’s Centre we believe in listening to the local community, and are aware that the needs of households and communities have grown due to local authority cuts.
In our desire to alleviate those needs we are delighted to house well respected organisations that provide specialised services.
CEMAP Provides strategic representation on Ethnic Minority issues across the city. Helping to create a range of opportunities for Ethnic Minority groups and organisations to come together, network, share ideas, discuss issues of mutual interest and concern and develop best practice.
For more information call 024 7622 3388.
Workers’ Educational Association (WEA)
WEA is the largest voluntary sector provider of adult education in the UK. It is a community learning provider that works in over 2,500 community venues and in local networks with partners, providers and services, supporting students to take their next steps. WEA has an active presence in Coventry where it delivers a variety of courses ranging from ESOL to Multimedia arts.
For more information on the WEA in West Midlands please visit: www.wea.org.uk
Coventry Independent Advice Service
Coventry Independent Advice Service is a charity offering free advice, information and support to all Coventry residents. This service is confidential and skilled advisers can help you with things like:
The advisor is available every Tuesday 9:30 to 12 noon. No appointment is necessary.
The British Red Cross Refugee Service
The British Red Cross Refugee Service supports refugees in a wide variety of ways, from offering emergency provisions to those facing severe hardship to giving orientation support and friendly advice to the most vulnerable. This service is available every Friday mornings 9 am to 12.00 noon. St Peter’s Centre provides additional support to this weekly service.
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust deliver the RIPPLE Project on a weekly basis. This Project aims to increase the social inclusion and mental wellbeing of people with severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).