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Headway Worcestershire


Charity supporting people who have an acquired brain injury, providing information and a range of support

Day services operate in Worcester, Bromsgrove and Kidderminster

Domiciliary home care, flexible breaks and rehab-focused support is countywide – Malvern, Worcester, Pershore, Evesham, Stourport, Kidderminster, Bromsgrove and Redditch. All packages are tailored to individual needs and aspirations.

Self Help groups run once a month in Bromsgrove

Counselling and Psychology is offered countywide (as above)

Volunteering and employment support is offered through our existing services and in our two charity shops located in Worcester City Centre

Headway Worcestershire Trust Ltd, The Mill, Gregory's Mill Street, Barbourne, Worcestershire, WR3 8BA
Umbrella org:
Headway (national)
Area serviced:
01905 729729
01905 729696

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