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We run over 800 UK projects that transform the lives of more than 190,000 children and young people every year. Our work includes: fostering and adoption services and support helping children break free from sexual exploitation supporting young carers helping children living in poverty.

BEAD: Bereaved through Alcohol and Drugs

BEAD stands for Bereaved through Alcohol and Drugs. It’s a partnership between Cruse Bereavement Care and Adfam, providing practical and emotional support and information specifically for anyone bereaved through a loved one’s drug or alcohol use.

Become: the Charity for Children in Care and Young Care Leavers

Since 1992 when we were established as a charity (born out of Who Cares? magazine which started in 1985), we've been working to improve the everyday lives and future life chances of young people who are unable to live with their birth families.

Better Health

While there has been progress in the equalities agenda over the last decade, there is evidence to suggest that inequalities persist in access to and the provision of health services. The Better Health briefing papers explore these inequalities, providing evidence and signposting practitioners towards good practice in health services.

Birmingham City Council Children

We work with partners across Birmingham to offer a range of support to children and families in need.

Blackpool Council

Health and Social Care


Black Mental Health UK (BMH UK) was established in 2006 to raise awareness and address the stigma associated with mental illness. The aim of our work is to see a reduction in the inequalities in the treatment and care of people from African Caribbean communities who use mental health services, and to inform these communities on how to influence the strategic development, policy design and implementation of services. BMH UK’s focus is on empowering African Caribbean communities to improve the Black service user experience and reduce the over representation of Black people at the coercive end of psychiatric care.

Bolton Council

Health and Social Care

Brain Injury Social Work Group

The Brain Injury Social Work Group (BISWG) is a group for social work professionals and affiliates aiming to raise the standards of social work practice and other relevant specialist services in supporting people with a brain injury, their families and carers.

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