What we do
We work with more than 10,000 children and young people in our city every day
It is our job to work with the most disadvantaged children and young people of Birmingham and keep them safe, happy and healthy.
We work with care and compassion to listen to what they need and involve them in the decisions that affect them.
We focus on the strengths that exist in every family and use them to bring about positive change.
We understand, too, that everyone’s needs are different. So we structure our services in a way that means we can adapt to what’s right for every person.
Our services include:
- Children’s Advice and Support Service (CASS)
- Emergency duty teams
- Early help
- Family support
- Youth Offending
- Children in care
- Care leavers
- Adoption and fostering
We only spend money where it counts. And we do all we can to encourage schools, health professionals and the police to work together.
When we work as one team in our city, young people are most likely to thrive.