Support and resources for BAME Communities
This page lists information, sources of support and resources for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities.
Support and services
Black and Minority Ethnic Health and Wellbeing Service in Cheshire East
The Health and wellbeing service was set up to meet the needs of individuals from minority and vulnerable groups who suffer from mild to moderate mental health problems. This services takes a holistic account, including cultural, language and religious needs. We provide one-to-one support to individuals, over the phone or in our office or we can support you in the community
Pathways CIC - a not-for-profit organisation which provides holistic health, well-being and employment support across the North West. The services we offer promote mental well-being for minority and vulnerable communities and improve opportunities to people who are in danger of falling out of employment or struggling to get back into work by through early interventions.
This includes a Black and Minority Ethnic Health and Wellbeing Service
Provides a voice for ethnic minorities in Cheshire East. and aims to reduce social isolation and enhance wellbeing in the community. It works to enhance community cohesion between all different ethnic minorities by providing a centre for the whole community to belong to and use daily.
The Quran for Hospitals Project
A scheme providing Quran speakers to hospitals in the UK.
The Ubele Initiative
An African diaspora led, infrastructure plus organisation, empowering Black and Minoritised communities in the UK
The Eu Settlement Scheme
Who is eligible and how to apply for the EU Settlement Scheme
The UK's leading independent race equality think tank. We generate research to challenge racial inequality in Britain.
Charity So White
Tackling institutional racism within the charity sector.
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Page last reviewed: 04 July 2022