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BBC Midlands Today

20th January 2021

We are thrilled to be featured on the local news again today, this time for BBC Midlands today. The focus was on our Malcolm Locker Cntre in Edrington and the generous donation of £500,000 from a local business to support his change in purpose to a Family First Centre. Edmonds are a local family run shopfitters business who were keen to offer their support to this porject. To watch the full news feature, you can see it on BBC Midlands today at 18:30.

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Channel 4 News & Malachi

13th January 2021

We were delighted to be joined by Channel 4 news today. They visited our community centre here in Billesley Birmingham to find out more about the wonderful work being done by Kim and her team. Click here to watch the broadcast.

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Now Delivering Mental Health First Aid Courses

04th December 2019

We are delighted to announce that in line with the Government’s recent ‘Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision’ Green Paper, Malachi are offering a two day course with our trained Mental Health First Aid practitioners.

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Staff Well-being

20th November 2019

Malachi staff well-being offers one to one, confidential sessions for all professionals. We provide your team with a safe non-judgemental space for staff to find release from stress and anxiety.

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Introducing Time To Change

08th November 2019

After delivering short term interventions for high school students under commission in Staffordshire for over four years, we are delighted to offer this support to all schools. Time to Change is a twelve week, one to one support service working alongside young people and their families. By creating a safe space for them to express themselves and promoting good emotional health, Malachi deliver a solution focused intervention to begin the process of change. 

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Anti Bullying Week

08th November 2019

With Anti-Bullying week upon us, Malachi are busy in school delivering classroom workshops to support young people beat the bullies. The theme of the week this year is 'change starts with us'. By making small, simple changes, we can break the cycle of bullying and create a safe environment for everyone. 

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