Home Group Stonham Gateway services

About ‘Home Group Stonham Gateway services’

Home Group is one of the largest providers of care and support services in England, working in partnership with over 200 local authorities, health care providers, probation services and others, delivering services to 30,000 people each year. We support some of society’s most marginalised people, providing accommodation and housing related support to enable lifestyle changes, improved choices and positive outcomes for clients.

This service is part of the organisation called Home Group Stonham

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Home Group Stonham Gateway

Location Home Group Stonham Gateway, Unit 3, Holt Court North, Heneage Street West, Birmingham, B7 4AX
Opening hours
8:00 am to 8:00 pm
8:00 am to 8:00 pm
8:00 am to 8:00 pm
8:00 am to 8:00 pm
8:00 am to 8:00 pm
(Closed All Day)
(Closed All Day)
Transport links

Birmingham New Street Railway Station; Birmingham Moor Street Railway Station; Extensive bus routes to city centre.

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Home Group Stonham Gateway

Taking on new patients? Yes
Accessibilty Home visits Public transport access Disabled parking Wheelchair friendly Wheelchair friendly Service can provide own interpreter
Costs Service is fully funded
Waiting time No more than 1 week
Treatment time No more than 6 weeks
Languages English Spanish
Exclusion information The only remit to the service is that you must be registered with a GP within Birmingham.

What help is there?

Languages spoken English Spanish
Therapy or support
Creative therapy
Art therapy
Family or couples
Family therapy
Peer mentoring

About me

Age 0-5yrs 6-18yrs 19yrs +
What's on your mind?
Difficult feelings
Bipolar Depression OCD Panic Disorder Schizoaffective disorder
Relationship problems
Child abuse (physical) Child abuse (sexual) Child abuse (psychological/emotional) Child abuse (neglect) Child abuse (combination) Depression
Child oppositional defiant Personality disorders
Unusual experiences/psychosis
Schizoaffective disorder Schizophrenia

Who can benefit?

Young Adults
Looked after children/care leavers
Care leavers / looked after children
Parents, guardians and families
Family Parents/Guardians
Immigration - asylum seeker
Low income
Low Income Populations
Gay/Lesbian Bisexual Not sure
Male Female
Manual dexterity Memory or ability to learn or concentrate Mobility and gross motor Progressive conditions and physical health Sight Speech

Where can I go?

Service type
Community teams
Social and life skills support
Other Housing support Living skills
Inpatient (hospital)
Residential or care homes
Physical health services
Criminal justice services
Place Children's centre In the community Forensic inpatient (hospital for people in criminal system) GP surgery Home visit Inpatient (hospital) Online In prison or high security Residential or week programmes In school Over phone