Resource Centres

A wide variety of organisations are available to help you improve your work prospects and your quality of life.

Find more information about local support you can access here.

The Woking Disability Resource Centre is a fully-accessible centre for adults with a physical disability set in a rural location within the heart of the local community.

Our aim is to teach independent living skills, building your confidence and helping you to become more independent.

The Multicultural Resource Centre is a registered charity, that exists to develop community cohesion and racial harmony.

It also works to provide information, support and resources to BME Communities requiring assistance in a culturally sensitive manner; to develop monitoring mechanism which will assist in identifying the effectiveness of those services.


Supporting children, young people and their families, helping them understand autism & social and communication difficulties in Birkenhead


The Humphrey Booth Resource Centre supports people with dementia and their carers living in Salford. The centre hosts a range of day services, carer support groups and acts as a venue for local community support groups.

At North Ormesby Resource Centre we have a dedicated staff team who will provide a safe and secure environment where older people with differing needs can come to experience social, physical & psychological interactions. These will actively encourage individuals to maintain their independence, self-respect and worth.

Located on Chippenham Road in Bestwood Park, the purpose built centre is designed to support elderly and frail people, and to cater for those living with dementia. Everything is designed to maintain people's independence and well being.  

The Disability Resource Centre (DRC) is one of the leading pan-disability organisations operating in Birmingham, Solihull and the wider West Midlands. 

Provide opportunities for women to increase economic independence; provide quality affordable childcare; improve the health and well-being of women; encourage women to have a stronger voice in the community; provide an open, welcoming and friendly centre for users to call at their leisure

Walton Progressive Resource Centre provides educational and leisure activities, support and resources to adults with learning disabilities. The Resource Centre is staffed with a highly skilled and qualified team of professionals and is equipped to offer a wide range of resources to young people and adults who have complex needs, including learning difficulties and behaviours that are challenging or inappropriate in community settings.

SDCA delivers specialist services to deaf and hard of hearing people on behalf of Sandwell Council. We provide a variety of services including Information, Advocacy, Volunteers, Training, Communication, Welfare Rights, Support Service, Consultation and Research and Community Groups.

+44(0)121 525 5347

Limecroft is a specialist service for people with dementia / memory loss providing respite and short term stays for up to 20 people and aims to prevent carer breakdown and improve the flow of patients through the hospital. The team try and create an environment where people will feel safe, secure and comfortable. We work closely with Age UK who are co-located at the scheme and provide a day care centre

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