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Welcome to BITA Pathways...
We engage with adults experiencing mental ill health on a pathway...
...towards employment through training, personal development and support

Support Us

Find out how you can help support our invaluable work in a variety of interesting ways

Donate Now

Make a donation to help put more adults with mental ill health on a path to recovery

Our in-house training centre based in Digbeth offers a programme of courses named 'Preparation for Adult Learning'. These accredited courses are designed to help with getting back into learning in a supportive environment.

The benefits of volunteering are well documented; helps to learn new skills, be part of your local community, gain a real sense of achievement, meet new and diverse ranges of people, increase and boosts career options – the list goes on.

All our services & projects encourage and enable people to prepare for employment - paid or unpaid. We have a team of specialist learning & work advisers who offer information, advice & guidance (IAG) for everyone who accesses our services.

Learn more about how we engage with adults experiencing mental health problems on a pathway towards recovery using a person-centred approach through education, volunteering, & employment by reading our Case Studies here.

Good work is good for us...Our five social enterprises are designed to create training and employment pathways for our clients, as well as generating valuable income to help us maintain and expand the services we offer.

BITA Pathways was founded in 1963 and this year celebrates 50 years of helping adults with mental ill health on a pathway towards employment. We have produced a special Golden Jubilee film to commemorate the occasion - we hope you enjoy it.

From Our Service Users

BITA is an oasis in a world that doesn't understand people like me.

My confidence has increased, I've gained more work experience and made new friends.

I feel more motivated and all of my sewing skills are coming back … at home I was just sleeping all the time and since I've come here, I'm sewing at home again.