No one’s too disabled or too affected by mental health difficulties to lead an ordinary life.

We all create our own version of ‘an ordinary life’. Everyone has a right to this.

Living in a dystopian reality

Jayne Leeson, MBE - Chief Executive Officer

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Author: Holly Yuille

The fallacy of disability equality

Siraaj Nadat, BEM - Senior Quality of Life Facilitator

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Author: Holly Yuille

Disability in lockdown and beyond

Katy Evans - Quality of Life Facilitator

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Author: Holly Yuille

If you live in Sandwell, and are aged 14 and above, you can get involved!

Submit your artwork for the chance to win one of five £80 vouchers and be part of an exhibition.

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Author: Rachel Spriggs

Short, black n sides

Ever heard the term 'black don't crack'? Well, it does! This barbershop project is running in Sandwell and aims to tackle stigma surrounding mental health in black minority ethnic (BME) communities.