What does it do?
“What are SPMA about?.......”
Equality and Justice for the Pakistani Community, particularly those in need, at risk and in conflict with society. By working with our clients, we seek to proactively facilitate the development of our community so that it may realise it’s potential in society.
Our Advocacy Service provides support of the following:
• General Advice and Counselling
• Welfare Benefits information and form filling
• Translation and Interpretation
• Housing and Council Tax Benefit
• Household bill queries
• Employment and Training Opportunities
• Access to benefits
Who it is for?We are not exclusive.
Whilst the majority of our service users are Muslims and reside within the immediate locality, we recognise that other people whom may wish to utilise our services may emanate from quite different points of view and different faiths. As an organisation we are committed to a policy of equal opportunities for all.
Where it is available?Local service covering: Sandwell (West Midlands).
What it costs:The service is free of charge.
How to access or apply for it:
Our service understands and respects the cultural sensitivities of our client group and is a drop in provision available on the following:
Mon – Thurs
9.30am – 1pm
2pm – 3.30pm
Socialising, Legal & financial, Casework, advocacy & support, Information & options appraisal, Financial advice (benefits), Legal advice, Advocacy, Information, Drop-ins, Signposting / gateway service, Emotional support
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