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Citizens Advice Bureau (Low Hill)

For general information and advice on most legal issues.

Email: district@:wcabx.org

 

Service Delivery:

Mon Tue Wed Fri
10am – 12.30pm 10am – 12.30pm 10am – 12.30pm 10am – 12.30pm

Access: Citizens Advice Bureau, Advocacy, Creative Support, Mind, Healthy Lifestyles, Wolves Community Trust, Walking for Health.

Citizens Advice Bureau (Bilston)

For general information and advice on most legal issues.  

 

Service Delivery:

Mon

Tue

Wed

Fri

9.30am-2pm

9.30am-2pm

9.30am-2pm

9.30am-2pm

Access: Citizens Advice Bureau, Advocacy, Creative Support, Mind, Healthy Lifestyles, Wolves Community Trust, Walking for Health.

Citizens Advice Bureau

For general information and advice on most legal issues.

 

Service Delivery:

Mon Tue Wed Thu Thu Fri
9.30am-2pm 9.30am-2pm 9.30am-2pm 9.30am-2pm 6.30pm-8pm 9.30am-1pm

Access: Citizens Advice Bureau, Advocacy, Creative Support, Mind, Healthy Lifestyles, Wolves Community Trust and Walking for Health.

Spurgeons – Young Carers

Supporting children and their families. From an early age some children and young people provide regular or ongoing care and support to another family member as a result of them having a physical or mental illness, a disability, or are struggling with substance misuse. Young carers often take on practical and/or emotional caring responsibilities that would normally be expected of an adult.

Spurgeons support these children and young people to overcome the challenges they face, in partnership with other agencies to support young carers individually and within their families in a range of ways:

  • Time out through groups, trips and activities
  • Information, advice and practical help for the family
  • Educational, training and homework support
  • One-to-one tailored support
  • Transition support
  • Mentoring support

Contact Tel: 01902 877550

Email: wolverhamptonyoungcarers@spurgeons.org

Website: Spurgeons Young Carers

 

Service Delivery:

Mon-Fri
9am-4pm

Call for information on groups

Access: Self-referral / professional / organisation

The Haven Wolverhampton

The Haven Wolverhampton  is a charitable organisation which provides both practical and emotional support services to women and children who are affected by domestic abuse and homelessness. Provide a holistic service through a range of both practical and emotional support services to help you move forward and begin a life free from abuse.

The service provides emergency accommodation available with specialist support from Specialist Case Managers, Domestic Abuse caseworkers, Young Person’s Advisors, Children’s Therapeutic Worker, and Counsellors in the following areas:

  • Sexual violence
  • Mental Health
  • Substance Use
  • Young Women
  • BAME women

Service Delivery: Helpline

24hrs

24 hr emergency temporary accommodation

 

Samaritans

Suicide Prevention

 

54 Newhampton Road West, Wolverhampton, WV2 6RU

Contact Tel: Free 116123

Service Delivery:

24hrs

 

Urgent Treatment Centre

Team of health professionals includes Doctors, Advanced Nurse Practitioners, and Practice nurses compliment by an administrative team.

It offers on-the-spot treatment and advice for minor health problems, ailments and injuries.

No appointment needed.

Address:

1st floor, above the Emergency Department at New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton Rd, Heath Town, Wolverhampton, WV10 0QP

Contact Tel: 01902 307999 (Ask for UTC)

Service Delivery:

24hrs

Access: Walk in

The Phoenix Health and Walk in centre

Service Description:

 

A nurse led centre that offers on-the-spot treatment and advice for minor health problems,

ailments and injuries. No appointment needed.

Address:

The Phoenix Health and Walk in centre, 715b Parkfields Road, Wolverhampton, WV4 6ED.

 

Contact Tel: 01902 444677

 

Service Delivery:

Mon-Fri Sat-Sun (bank holidays)
9am-7pm 10am-4pm

Access: Walk in

 

St Peter’s Collegiate Church (Place of Welcome)

Places of Welcome are run by local community groups who want everyone in their neighbourhood to have a place to go for a friendly face, a cup of tea and a conversation if and when they need it.

With over 200 across the UK, each Place of Welcome is unique but all provide a place for people to connect with one another, find belonging and offer gifts and skills that interest them.

Places of Welcome take place in a variety of different venues including churches, community centres, libraries, mosques, temples and other community group buildings across the UK.