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What we do

Everyone at the Birmingham Crisis Centre works hard to provide security and comfort to women who have suffered the trauma of physical and mental abuse and to this end our support staff spend a great deal of time helping, advising and counselling our residents. 
During a recent twelve month period 135 families stayed at the Centre, spending an average of three to four months with us. We accommodated one hundred and twenty under 5’s whilst one hundred and four children were aged between 5 and 10 years. 



“The staff at Birmingham Crisis Centre helped me become free of abuse and helped my independence”

Latest News

Sad Passing of John Ankorn MBE

On Sunday 5th March 2023, the Birmingham Crisis centre charity founder, past chairman and now our late president, sadly passed away after a prolonged illness. John Ankcorn MBE served the charity since 1984 and was instrumental in securing a contract with the local authority to provide a safe haven refuge...

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Heartfelt thanks…

…to the many individuals and organisations who have donated to us this Christmas, whether it be gifts for the children or pamper packs for the mom’s! Every bit of support means so much to us and we cannot express our gratitude enough.  This list is by no means exhaustive and...

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