Our Hub opening hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 09:30 – 15:30
We are very proud to be working as Community Hub Support Officers here at Cfed.
We are here to offer support to service users in the community with any issues that we can help with through providing information and signposting to the correct organisations and projects. It’s so rewarding to see how our friendly welcoming support approach is helping people feel confident and happy to come back to use our services again.
During the hub opening hours we run a place of Welcome, a computer suit is also available, ESOL classes will be starting and a Healthy Activities program, please contact us ask for further information or just drop in to see us. 🙂
Support including food bank vouchers, signposting for council services e.g housing and benefits, computer usage and more.
We are open Mondays to Thursdays, 9:30am to 3:30pm.
Please come along to visit us in our new location at 28 Priory Street, Holloway Chambers, Dudley, DY1 1HA
Place of Welcome - ☕ Every Tuesday 10:30am -12:30pm
Computer Use, Support with Jobs, Report Hate Crime, Free use of telephone, free Wi-Fi Access, Support for Migrants
Signposting for council Services
The Healthy Activities Programme
To celebrate the diversity, culture, and resilience in our communities.
To support all our communities, traditional and newly emerging, to address the acknowledged inequalities in health, housing, prosperity, employment, and education.
Our Vision and Values
CfED will strive to be a centre of excellence and the ‘go to’ in the Borough in matters of equality and diversity
CfED will provide a haven for all our diverse communities who need it
CfED will provide a voice for all our marginalised and excluded communities who struggle to be heard.
We will do this with our central values of caring, compassion, integrity, and honesty
Our Strategic aims and priorities
Provide an advisory role to local public bodies on the responsibilities of their General and Public Sector Equality Duty under the Equality Act 2010.
Help to reduce health inequalities in the borough, particularly post covid, by:
Reduce inequalities in housing for communities by working closely with housing providers to ensure the housing needs of our disparate communities are identified and met.
Reduce discrimination in employment and across the range of public and private sector employers by supporting or signposting, those employees belonging to the nine protected characteristic groups under the Equality Act 2010 and working with employers.
Contribute to fostering good relations and community cohesion by maintaining close working relationships with all local agencies working in the field and through active membership of relevant statutory groups and boards which bring together the range of agencies.
Reduce inequalities in education by working with families and individuals, and liaising with educational establishments to:
Remove language or structural gaps, acting as the focus point between our marginalised and disadvantaged communities and statutory services in the borough.
Build on the positive outcomes of the independent review of the Community Hub model.
Continue to make concerted efforts to secure long term and sustainable funding to enable us to achieve our strategic aims and priorities.