NSOCA met in Birmingham with their counterparts where a number of plans were discussed with regards to making more of the NSOCA’s services available to the Caribbean community in Birmingham. Presently, our main contribution in Birmingham is providing legal advice, assistance and representation to our community. During the meeting, NSOCA spokespersons discussed ways of implementing more programs in Birmingham.
In light of the closure of many citizen advice centres across the country, Mrs Diane Washington-Carty has been appointed by the NSOCA to be head of its legal department in Birmingham (Ms Yvonne Brown is the head of the marketing department); where she will serve the needs of the Caribbean community in legal and social matters whenever advice is needed. Those who would like to use the services provided do need to make an appointment by contacting us. Our contact details can be found on our website.