Community Contacts

Community group

On this page you will find a list of local community organisations, charities and groups. For family and young people's contacts please visit the relevant pages.

The sites and links are external to Cannock Chase Council. As such, Cannock Chase Council does not make any representation as to the accuracy or suitability of any of the information contained in these publications, advertisements or sites and does not accept any responsibility or liability for the content of the same.

If you would like to add your organisation to our directory below, please email our Consultation and Engagement Officer with your details or call 01543 464548

Community Contacts A-B
  • Access English access Logo

Access English recognises the need to support people in our local area for whom English is not their first language. It provides practical help and teaching along with an opportunity for a friendly chat and share experiences. For more information contact Rugeley Community Centre on 01889 579341 or visit the website

  • Achieving Goalz and Dreams

Acheiving Goalz and Dreams creates fun and holistic sports and healthy lifestyles and wellbeing programmes, to help children and families become healthier and fitter to protect against mental ill health. These programmes are designed for all age groups from young children to youths and adults of all abilities from exemplary to hard to reach. To find out more contact 07525 169440, or email or visit the website

  • Alzheimer's Society

Alzheimer's Society is the UK's leading support and research charity for people with dementia, their families and carers. To find out about local services including a Dementia Advisor Clinic and a Dementia Advisor Service contact 01543 573936 or email

  • AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) Logo

Cannock Chase was designated as an AONB in 1958 because of its beautiful landscape, its wildlife and its history. Cannock Chase is the largest surviving area of lowland heathland in the Midlands . Lowland heath is an internationally scarce and threatened wildlife habitat. The AONB also has extensive areas of forest and woodland along with areas of designed parkland, sand and gravel quarrying and mixed agriculture. For more information contact 01785 619185, email or visit the website

  • Age UK Staffordshire

Age UK Staffordshire offers a range of services to help you love later life. For more information please call  Age UK 01785 788 477 or visit the website 

  • ASIST Logo

Asist provides specialist independent advocacy support focused on one-to-one, issue based advocacy services for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and/ or mental health issues. Contact 01785 246709, email or visit the website

  • A Space to Breathe Domestic and Sexual Violence Service (as part of Breathing Space Therapeutic Services CIC)

    Contact details: Baggeridge Country Park, Gospel End Road, Sedgley, DY3 4HB
    Tel: 07549337874

    Description: Specialist Domestic and Sexual Violence (DSV) Service offering a 12 - week DSV awareness raising programme EMPOWER to victim - survivors across Staffordshire, Cannock and the West Midlands.  Also offer primary interventions/workshops in schools and bespoke staff training.  
    Eligibility requirements: Victim - survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence (DSV) or women who want some help identifying healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviours
    Referral Form: Must be completed by staff.  Please complete an Expression of Interest Form attached instead.

  • Beat the Cold

Beat the Cold aims to deliver a service that will reduce the ill health, deaths and misery suffered by vulnerable households because of fuel poverty. They aim to be an efficient and flexible organisation, trusted by the people they serve and by professional partners. They will share expertise in finding and supporting those households who need help but are 'hard to reach. For Staffordshire call 01782 914915. To find out more visit the website

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Community Contacts C-E
  • CACH - Chase Against Crimes of Hate Cach Logo

Working with the community to stamp out Hate Crime. Don't stay silent, you have a voice... If you have experienced a hate crime or hate incident and need some support you can contact: Stop Hate UK 24-7 on freephone 0800 1381625 or visit their website If you are in Staffordshire you can call Uniting Staffordshire Against Hate - part of the Staffordshire Victim Gateway on 0330 0881 339 (calls charged at a local rate) or email CACH can provide training and education packages for more information visit their website

  • Cannock Chase Shed

They are a self-help voluntary community group, part of the nationwide 'Shed' movement. They welcome men and women 18 years plus who want to build, make, repair or restore things, whilst also making friends and enjoying chat, banter and tea/coffee/ cake. For more information call 01543 877666, email or visit their website

  • Cannock Chase U3A U3A Logo

Are you retired or semi-retired? Do you want to meet new people? Would you like to develop new interests, or help others to learn by sharing your knowledge, skills and experience with others? For more information visit the website

  • Cannock Community Fire Station

Cannock Community Fire Station have a range of facilities available for community use including: Meeting room which can comfortably accommodate up to 30 people and has a ceiling mounted data projector and a plug in facility for your own laptop, Guest access to wireless internet can be pre-arranged, Refreshment making facilities in a separate kitchen area including water boiler, cups & saucers etc, Male, female and accessible toilets with separate baby changing/prayer room, Large break-out seating area with easy chairs and cafe style tables, Small well equipped gym available for use by partners for guided activity by their own qualified instructor.

We want to encourage a wide variety of groups from the community to use these facilities for their activities. While you're using the room we'd like to take the opportunity to talk to your group about safety - please contact us to make an appointment. For more information please telephone the switchboard on 08451 221155 and your enquiry will be passed to the appropriate department or email

  • Cannock Food Bank

Cannock foodbank provides a minimum of 3 days food and support for local people in crisis. For more information and to find out the opening times visit the website 01543 624887 or email

  • Cannock Lions Lions logo

Founded in 2010, Cannock Lions Club is part of Lions Clubs International, the largest service club organisation in the world. 1.4 million members perform valuable service in 210 countries and geographic areas around the globe. Lions are friends, family and neighbours who share a core belief that community is what we make it. Cannock Lions is a community service organisation made up of local people who want to make a difference. Because we are local, we can serve the unique needs of the communities where we live. Because we are global we can address challenges that go beyond borders. For more information call 0845 8334967 or email or visit the website

  • Chase Aqua Rural Enterprise (CARE)

CARE provides a range of informal educational and therapeutic rural activities, and angling skills training. Our holistic approach encourages learning and promotes wellbeing. We support vulnerable adults, young people and children, schools, community groups as well as private individuals. To find out more vist the website

  • Chase Chamber of Commerce   Chamber Logo

Chase Chamber of Commerce and Industry belongs to its business members who join a variety of benefits. From raising their local profile through networking events to sourcing business information, accessing commercial services or seeking international trade advice and training. To find out more visit the website

  • Child Bereavement UK

Child Bereavement UK supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement. Every year we train almost 7000 professionals, helping them to better understand and meet the needs of grieving families. Child Bereavement UK believes all families should have the support they need to rebuild their lives when a child dies. Our aim is to make sure they do. For more information email or visit the website. For support and information call 0800 0288840  

  • Citizens AdviceCAB Logo

CAB are a charity offering free, confidential, independent and impartial advice on issues such as benefits, debt, housing, consumer, employment and many more. The Citizens Advice service aims to employ people no mattter who they are or what their problem is. Citizens Advice Staffordshire South West serves the residents of Stafford, Cannock, Rugeley and Stone. Contact 0808 2787848 to speak to an adviser over the phone or visit the website

  • Counselling Directory Counselling Logo

Counselling Directory is a confidential service that encourages those in distress to seek help. The directory contains information on many different types of distress, as well as articles, news and events. To ensure the professionalism of our website, all counsellors have provided us with qualifications and insurance cover or proof of membership with a professional body. To find out more click visit the website

  • Crime Stoppers

You can call Crime Stoppers anonymously with information about crime. Call 0800 555111 or visit the website to find out more.

  • Cruse Bereavement Care Bearevement Logo

Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people. They offer support, advice and, information to children, young people and adults whenever someone dies, amd work to enhance society's care of bereaved people.

Cruse offers face-to-face, group, telephone, email and website support. They offer a freephone national helpline and local services. The website Hope Again provides support for young people. Services are provided by trained volunteers and are confidential and free.

For help and support and for details of your local Cruse service visit the website The national helpline is 0808 8081677 (Mondays and Fridays 9:30am - 5pm, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9:30am-8pm) Email

  • CCDC Private Sector Housing 01543 462621

    The team can help with advice and problems in the following areas:
    •    Safety and standards in rented accommodation and other disrepair enquiries
    •    Blocked or defective drainage serving single buildings
    •    Licensing and enforcement of park home standards
    •    Licensing and enforcement of HMOs
    •    Bringing empty properties back in to residential use
    •    The Council’s accreditation scheme for privately rented properties

  • Domestic Abuse

    People who are experiencing domestic abuse and who have no recourse to public funds may be able to access funding from elsewhere. Please click on this link to take you to further information which may be able to help.

Community Contacts F - N
  • Friends of Cannock Chase

Formed in 1947 when groups from Cannock, Hednesford, Rugeley, Stafford and Penkridge became concerned about the area. We have ancient oaks in Brocton Coppice and our heathland is the largest tract of this lowland heath in the Midlands. We have regular walks that are open to everyone walking different areas of the Chase. These walks occasionally have an informal educational theme where we explain the rich and diverse history of the Chase as well as appreciating its beauty. In addition to our walks and events, in the Autumn and Winter we undertake heathland management work and in the summer litter picks. Contact via

  • Friends of Etchinghill

 Our Aims are:* To Work and communicate with all relevant bodies to keep the hill and playing field area clean and tidy * To protect against vandalism* To work in conjunction with the trustees to manage the hill in a manner that will control the invasive growth of trees, plants and shrubs and to keep the bridleways and pathways accessible *To promote the areas history and wildlife *To encourage people to use and appreciate the area * To seek funding and support *To help bring our community together to  “Love where you Live”. The Friends of Etchinghill regularly organise work parties to keep Etchinghill clean and tidy. All are welcome to join the Friends of Etchinghill, young and old. To find out more call 07792814607 or click here to visit the website

  • Friends of Hednesford Park Friends Logo

We are a passionate group of volunteers who supported Cannock Chase District Council to achieve the Heritage Lottery Funding. Hednesford Park belongs to our Community and it is important that you support Cannock Chase District Council to protect it by supporting our events, respecting the environment and having ‘your say’ about facilities and services that are provided. To find out more visit the website by clicking here

  • Friends of Cannock Stadium Park

We are a group of dedicated and passionate volunteers dedicated to keeping the Cannock Stadium Park (former grounds of Festival Stadium) which has recently had a £1.3m renovation. We aim to provide a clean, safe and tidy park for the community, families and wildlife who use the park. We are a volunteer led, self funded group providing preservation and enhancement to the 10.12 hectare parkland enabling the local community, including those isolated, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. To find out more about our organisation and the park please visit 

  • Fusion Credit Union Fusion logo

Fusion Credit Union is a savings co-operative whose members support each other through saving and borrowing together. Our aims are to encourage members to save and to provide access to loans at reasonable rates of interest. As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re owned and operated entirely by our members. If we make a profit, we share it between our members (or savers). Membership is open to everyone who lives, works or volunteers in the Lichfield or Cannock Chase area. Membership is just £2 plus a minimum savings deposit of £1. To find out more call 01543 415032 or 07972 656182 or email or click here to visit the website

  • Gender Matters

Gender Matters provides a comprehensive programme of practical support, counselling, advice and information for anyone with any questions or problems concerning their gender identity, or whose loved ones are struggling with gender identity issues. Contact 01902 744424, email

  • Healthwatch

Healthwatch Staffordshire is the independent consumer champion for health and social care in your local area, delivered by Engaging Communities Staffordshire. Their job is to argue for the consumer interests of those using health and social care services across the county, and give local people an opportunity to speak out about their concerns and health care priorities. Backed by Healthwatch England, they have statutory powers to Listen, Act, Challenge and Feedback, improving local services and promoting excellence throughout NHS and social care services. For more information click here

  • Help a Squaddie

A not for profit organisation based in Rugeley. They aim to provide a transitional service to former members of HM Forces and their dependents. This will be achieved by offering advice, support and training to assist with reintegration back into the civilian community. For more information click here

  • Learning Disability Cannock

To provide social and leisure activities for people with learning difficulties living in Cannock and the surrounding area. Our Aims: *To promote the relief of those persons with learning disabilities/special needs in the Cannock Chase and surrounding area. *To undertake any other charitable purposes for the benefit of persons with learning disabilities/special needs in the Cannock Chase and surrounding area. Contact via the website. Click here

  • Making Space

A national charity that provides services in the heart of local communities , in the comfort of people's houses and specialist care support services. To find out more click here​

  • MASE (Monthly Alzheimers Support Evening) Mase logo

MASE brings together people with Alzheimer’s/Dementia, their families and Carers and also has health care professionals in attendance. Many people withdraw from social activities when a diagnosis has been made; however at the MASE everyone is fully aware of the illness and Carers are able to network with each other and build up friendships and support each other in times of difficulty. Details of the local groups can be found on the regular activities page. Contact Daphne on 01785 211140 or Elaine on 01785 823110 or click here to visit the website

  • MPFT South Staffordshire Mental Health & Social Inclusion Hub (formally known as the access team) 
    Tel: 0808 196 3002 

    Description of service – Access is a Freephone service receiving mental health referrals for all the Trust’s adult mental health services, including people with dementia. The access team, help people get the right support, in the right place, at the right time. They can help you get support from a variety of services that can support you, from financial well-being support to social care and many more. 

    There is no referral form for this and contact can be made via the number or email above. 

    Website – Mental Health Community Services :: Midlands Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (


  • MS Society Cannock Branch

There are over 300 MS Society branches run by volunteers working alongside local staff. The services they offer include: * emotional and practical support * financial help * information and events * social events. To contact the Cannock and district branch call 01785 714487 or click here to visit the main website.

Community Contacts O - R
  • Princes Trust Princes Trust Logo

The Princes Trust is a youth charity that helps disadvantaged young people to get their lives on track. It supports 11-30 year olds who are unemployed and those struggling at school and at risk of exclusion. Many of the young people helped by the Trust are in or leaving care, facing issues such as homelessness or mental health problems, or have been in trouble with the law. For more information click here

  • Progressive Sports Sports Logo

Progressive Sports is dedicated to giving every child the right to be physically active by working with schools and communities throughout the UK – helping them to access high quality PE and Sport. Our aim is to increase participation, raise aspirations, self-confidence and help children to enjoy being physically active. We have local Dance, Soccer Schools and Gymnastics courses running locally. Tel: 01889 580235, Email: Web:

  • Rally Round Me

Rally Round is a new web based tool that helps individuals to be independent through practical help from family and friends. It provides support with tasks that if left undone could place someone at risk or prevent them from continuing to live independently. It can also be used to help reduce loneliness as family and friends can see if regular visits are taking place. The Rally Round scheme can be seen at and a video tour at  Membership of the scheme is free so please click the link above and find out how you can get started.

  • Reach Parliament Reach logo

Reach is a group advocacy project for adults with a learning disability. Reach Members of Parliament (MPs) speak up for themselves and on behalf of others about rights and issues.
For more information about Reach, please call 01782 747872 or email You can also visit the Reach website at

  • Report Loan Sharks

Loan shark lending is a crime. Don't be a victim call 0300 555 2222 for help in the strictest confidence.

  • Richmond Fellowship

Working towards a society that values everyone with mental health problems -Making recovery reality. Visit the website by clicking here . Cannock 24hr Support Intervention - Brendan House in Cannock is a short term 24 hour Supported Intervention Service. We offer a safe place and sanctuary to people in mental health distress for whom a hospital admission is neither wanted or needed. To find out more call 01543 899465 or email

  • Rockspur House

Rockspur is an organisation with a difference, Rockspur is a service for adults with learning difficulties that is led by its members. Rockspur have built their own service from scratch and by making their own decisions. Running their own organisation they have built a totally user led service, where they can provide themselves with the support they really want. Rockspur has enabled a group of adults to find their voices and realise their dreams. "Together we can be whatever we want to be, together we can achieve what we want to achieve, and together we are in control and moving forward". For more information contact 01902 844925 or email Seasons is an exciting new project for people with learning disabilities who have a genuine interest in the performing arts. For more information contact Sue Baldwing from Seasons c/o Rockspur House on 01902 844925. To find out more click here

  • Royal British Legion

The Royal British Legion is the UK's leading Armed Forces charity and one of its largest membership organisations. Members get together through the network of branches and clubs all over the country and overseas to participate in social, fundraising and welfare activities. To find out more about the RBL click here to visit the website

  • Rugeley Community Centre Rugeley Centre

Rugeley Community Centre is centrally located in Rugeley and provides an important resource for the communities of Rugeley and Brereton. Already functioning as the base for the Rugeley Day Service operated by Voyage Care, the Centre has now also become the base for Rugeley Foodbank, the Chase Area Pregnancy Centre and Rugeley Community Church. For more information call 01889 579341 or click here to visit the website

  • Rugeley Foodbank Foodbank Logo

Rugeley foodbank provides a minimum of 3 days food and support for local people in crisis. To find out more call 07528 447504, email or click here to visit the website. Opening Times Tuesdays 2-4pm and Fridays 2-4pm at Rugeley Community Centre, Burnthill Lane, Rugeley, WS15 2HX

  • Rugeley PHAB

PHAB is a national charity encouraging the integration of people with and without disabilities to come together on equal terms and achieve full integration within the wider community. One way it does this is through a nationwide network of Phab clubs.

Rugeley Phab welcomes all ages from 16 upwards. It organises outings and activities for local and able bodies people as well as group holidays and weekends away. It provides welcome respite for the regular Carers of our disabled members. Everyone is treated equally. To find out more call Margaret Bullock on 01543 276271 or David Thompson on 01283 841093. Email or 

  • Rugeley Phoenix Activities Club

A thriving organisation with over 500 members attending a comprehensive range of physical, artistic and social activities. The mostly weekly for our activities allows people to meet and make friends whilst enjoying a favourite pastime. What better way is there to develop often lasting friendships and avoid being socially isolated. A variety of activities are on offer. To find out more click here

Community Contacts S
  • SEND IASS- Staffordshire Family Partnership

Staffordshire SENDIASS is the new name for SEND Family Partnership. We support people (0-25) with special educational needs and disabilities. We also provide support and training for their parents and carers. The new name includes Information, Advice and Support Service. For more information visit or call 01785 356921 or email

  • South Staffordshire Network for Mental Health

South Staffordshire Network for Mental Health is an independent charity promoting and developing mental health services from the perspective of people who have an experience of mental illness throughout the six districts and borough of South Staffordshire. To find out more, click here

  • SSAFA Staffordshire Branch SSafa Logo

We are the longest serving national tri-service military charity. For 130 years we have provided lifelong support to those who are serving or have ever served in our Armed Forces. We are continually updating what we do to ensure we meet the changing needs of servicemen and women, veterans and their families. SSAFA works in partnership with other military charities and specialist organisations to ensure that those who turn to us for help get the support they need.​​ We put Armed Forces families at the heart of everything we do. We want our Armed Forces (both Regular and Reserves), veterans and their families to know they can depend on SSAFA for support now and for the rest of their lives. Our values mean we are committed, practical and understanding.

For more information please contact: SSAFA Staffordshire, The Hub, 17 Eastgate Street, Stafford, ST16 2LZ, Telephone - 01785 212680 Monday to Friday 10:00 to 13:00, answer machine outside these hours. E-mail -  Website -

  • Staffordshire Fire Service - Home Fire Risk Check

All homes in Staffordshire are eligible for a FREE home fire risk check. This involves a Fire Fighter or Service Technician visiting your home to give fire safety advice, discuss escape routes and fit free life saving equipment such as smoke alarms and fire guards. Would you benefit from having a visit from the Fire Service, do you know a friend or maybe an elderly neighbour who needs this support.Home fire risk checks save lives. Visit to find out more about how you can arrange a home check.

To find out more about your local fire service and getting involved, follow this link to their website.

  • Stafford and Cannock League of Hospital Friends

We raise funds in a variey of ways, with the main sources of income from our busy and friendly coffee bars situated at the heart of the hospitals in Stafford and Cannock. They also provide supporting housing for those with enduring mental illness. To find out more about their volunteer services call 01785 250625 or email click here to visit the website

  • Staffordshire Buddies

Staffordshire Buddies is the HIV and Sexual Health Charity for Stoke and Staffordshire. The mission of the Charity is to reduce the impact of HIV through providing support, information, advocacy and advice to those living with, or affected by, the virus, and by undertaking health promotion support to communities at risk. For more information call (01782) 201251 or email:


  • Staffordshire Connects

Staffordshire Connects is an online directory of local care, support and wellbeing services, activities and events across Staffordshire aimed at the whole family. Launched by Staffordshire County Council the Staffordshire Marketplace makes it easier for people to find and access support and wellbeing services from hundreds of organisations all in one place. To find out more click here

  • Staffordshire Council for Voluntary Services (SCVYS)

SCVYS works with youth groups to help them develop and build their capacity. SCVYS is a membership group and membership gives access to a development worker who can offer support with starting up and running groups across the county. The development officer can offer: *Help and support  *Assist with writing a constitution, policies and/or health and safety risk assesments  *Help with developing good practice  *Help to develop a programme of activities to run within your group  *Help to access funding opportunities

SCVYS offer the following training opportunities: *Health and Safety (risk assessment)  *Managing Challenging Behaviour  *Volunteering Programme  *Safeguarding/Child Protecion  *Training for Young People (Community Activity Leader)  *Food Hygiene  *First Aid.

SCVYS are a registered body with DBS and offer free DBS checks for volunteers of membership groups. Funding is also available for new youth groups starting up in the Staffordshire area. Each newly formed youth group that comes into SCVYS Associate Membership can apply for up to £300 to help with initial start up costs of their organisation. The grant can be used for insurance, equipment, training, resources and activities for the youth group but cannot be used for covering rental costs of your organisation.

For more information please click here or contact the development worker for Cannock and Lichfield, Jane Reynolds on 01785 240378 or email

  • Staffordshire Mental Health Helpline

The Staffordshire Mental Health Helpline is a free and confidential helpline for people who have concerns about their mental health or that of someone they know. The helpline is open 365 days a year 7pm - 2am weekdays and 2pm - 2am weekends. The number is 0808 800 2234.

  • Staffordshire Police

Please visit the website to find out about engagement opportunities with your local Police and to find out about crime in your local area. Click here for the website  Find out how Staffordshire Police are working to keep our community safe and reassured.  The non-emergency contact is 101. For emergencies contact 999.

  • Staffordshire Umbrella Network (SUN) Umbrella Logo

SUN is a networking group of parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, voluntary groups and agencies. The network meets up once a term in 5 different locations around Staffordshire to share information,tips and support and to provide a forum for consultation. The network also invites speakers on areas of interest to parents and carers. It is coordinated by SEND Family Partnership (Information, Advice and Support) Service, which is funded by Staffordshire County Council. It operates independently as a confidential service for parents and carers of children and young people (0-25) with special education needs and disabilities. If you would like to attend any of the Cannock SUN meetings or would like to go onto the SUN email distribution list please email or ring 01785 356921. SUN is also on Facebook.

  • Staffordshire Victim Gateway

Staffordshire Victim Gateway is a free and confidential service that provides information, advice or practical and emotional support, to all victims of crime in Staffordshire, even if you haven't reported the crime to the police. We understand that being a victim of crime can be a difficult and often distressing experience that can leave you feeling angry, afraid or just unsure of what to do next. We want to help you cope with your experience of becoming a victim of crime and to recover from any harm caused to you as a result, supporting you to take back control of your life. Call 0330 0881 339 Monday to Thursday 9:30am-7:30pm, Friday 9:30am-4:30pm and Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 10am-3pm or email or visit 

  • Staffordshire Wildlife Trust Wildlife Logo

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust has been working to protect the wildlife and wild places where you live for over 40 years. The Mission: To protect and enhance the wildlife and wild places of Staffordshire and to promote understanding, enjoyment and involvement in the natural world. Founded in 1969, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is the county's leading nature conservation charity. We have around 50 members of staff, who are guided by a board of trustees. The Trust's main offices are at The Wolseley Centre, in Wolseley Bridge, near Rugeley, which is also a popular visitor centre. We have another visitor centre in Stoke-on-Trent, The Westport Lake Visitor Centre. To find out more call 01889 880100 or email or click here to visit the website

  • Staffordshire Women's Aid

For general enquiries and to find out more about Women's Aid see their website ( or email:

Telephone 24 hour National Domestic Violence helpline run in partnership between Women's Aid and Refuge. Call 0870 2700 123. Please be aware that emails cannot be responded to by telephone as safety may be compromised. If you wish to speak to somebody please call the number above.

  • Stop Loan Sharks investigates and prosecutes illegal money lenders and provides support for borrowers in England. If you have borrowed from a loan shark or are worried about someone else, we’re here to help and keep you safe. Our specially trained staff will provide you with emotional and practical support that is tailored to your needs.
    Call us 24/7 on 0300 555 2222, contact us on Live Chat 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday or complete this referral form.

  • Stroke Association - Cannock and S.W. Staffs Family and Carer Support

This services offers:

  • Life after stroke support
  • Hospital and home visits
  • Leaflets and factsheets
  • Information about Life after Stroke grants and benefits
  • Help with returning to work
  • Assistance with accessing local leisure and social activities
  • Support for carers
  • Links to other organisations and networks

Based at Cannock Hospital, for more information contact Lorna Wood on 01543 576408 or 07951 036603 or email

  • Support Staffordshire Support Logo

Support Staffordshire is an independent voice for the community and voluntary sector helping organisations with: *Governance and development *Funding *Volunteering *Training

They develop close associations with key people and oganisations within the country to develop and promote projects in key areas for the benefit of the community. Areas of involvement include: *Health & Wellbeing *European Funding *Enterprise & Skills *Safer Communities *Rural & Environment *Children, Young People & Families *Culture & Heritage

For more information contact 0300 777 1207 or email or click here

  • Sure Start Children's Centres

Sure Start Children’s Centres provide activities, services, information and advice to all families with children under the age of 5. In the district there are 3 centres: Cannock, Western Springs and Norton Canes. To find out about their regular activities please refer to the regular community events page. The Children’s Centres work in partnership with South Staffordshire College, the Library service and other training providers to offer courses to meet the needs of the family.

Tel: 01543 469894, Web

Stop Loan Sharks Referral Form.docx (29.13 KB)

Community Contacts T- Z
  • The Museum of Cannock Chase

The Museum of Cannock Chase is a great day out for the whole family, whether you are interested in local coal mining, want a hands-on experience of the history of toys or fancy reminiscing about Granny's front room, we've got something for everyone. Our local history gallery tells the story of the area, and our temporary exhibitions programme and year round programme of events means there is always something new to see and do. We are open all year round, except for two weeks at Christmas and New Year. General admission is free, but charges apply for some services an activities. To find out more click here or call 01543 877666

  • T3 Stars Young People’s Service
    t3 stars is a confidential service for young people up to 20 years old in Staffordshire (excluding Stoke-on-Trent).

    We aims to help young people make informed choices about their alcohol and drug use, and to raise awareness of all the risks involved. This includes providing high quality and responsive support and assistance to parents and carers, schools, colleges, statutory services and other young person’s services and youth and community groups, enabling effective community treatment planning that reflects an inclusive approach to care coordination.


    Telephone: 01785 241393
    Or you can complete the referral forms for drug/alcohol or hidden harm

  • VAST Vast logo

VAST is a registered charity providing services and support to voluntary organisations, community groups, charities and social enterprises in Staffordshire. VAST offer a range of free services, these include: Volunteering Services – supporting people looking to volunteer and local organisations to find volunteers for their projects, Support Services – supporting local voluntary organisations with funding and organisation development. For more information please visit or call 0300 3038606

Well Active

Activities for people in Cannock Chase have been tried and tested and rated by people with physical and learning disabilities. The resulting reports, videos and ratings can be viewed on the website to help others with disabilities to get active and involved in their community. To view the website click here

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