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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.

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

Dementia Cafe (Wolverhampton Archives)

3rd Thursday of the month, 10:30am – 12:30pm

The Alzheimer’s Society in partnership with City of Wolverhampton Council runs Dementia Cafes in the city.

Dementia Cafes offer a place where people diagnosed with dementia, their friends and carers can meet for informal support. Cafes provide a welcoming environment where everyone understands the challenges of the condition or caring for someone who is living with it. At a typical cafe, we have Alzheimer’s Society trained staff and volunteers; there is a talk on a relevant subject, some activities and information on elevant services.

Sessions are free and refreshments are provided.

Contact Name: Jane Round (Group Co-ordinator – Black Country)
Telephone: 0121 521 3020
E-mail: blackcountryoffice@alzheimers.org.uk

 

Dementia Cafe (Pendeford)

3rd Tuesday of the month, 2pm-4pm

The Alzheimer’s Society in partnership with City of Wolverhampton Council runs 5 Dementia Cafes in the city.

Dementia Cafes offer a place where people diagnosed with dementia, their friends and carers can meet for informal support. Cafes provide a welcoming environment where everyone understands the challenges of the condition or caring for someone who is living with it. At a typical cafe, we have Alzheimer’s Society trained staff and volunteers; there is a talk on a relevant subject, some activities and information on elevant services.

Sessions are free and refreshments are provided.

Contact Name: Jane Round (Group Co-ordinator – Black Country)
Telephone: 0121 521 3020
E-mail: blackcountryoffice@alzheimers.org.uk

 

Dementia Cafe (Beautiful Memories – Suhanni Yaadein Cafe)

South Asian Families

2nd Wednesday of the month, 10:30am – 12:30pm

The Alzheimer’s Society in partnership with City of Wolverhampton Council runs 5 Dementia Cafes in the city.

Dementia Cafes offer a place where people diagnosed with dementia, their friends and carers can meet for informal support. Cafes provide a welcoming environment where everyone understands the challenges of the condition or caring for someone who is living with it. At a typical cafe, we have Alzheimer’s Society trained staff and volunteers; there is a talk on a relevant subject, some activities and information on elevant services.

Sessions are free and refreshments are provided.

Contact Name: Jane Round (Group Co-ordinator – Black Country)
Telephone: 0121 521 3020
E-mail: blackcountryoffice@alzheimers.org.uk

 

Dementia Cafe (Wednesfield)

2nd Tuesday of the month, 10am – 12pm

The Alzheimer’s Society in partnership with City of Wolverhampton Council runs 5 Dementia Cafes in the city.

Dementia Cafes offer a place where people diagnosed with dementia, their friends and carers can meet for informal support. Cafes provide a welcoming environment where everyone understands the challenges of the condition or caring for someone who is living with it. At a typical cafe, we have Alzheimer’s Society trained staff and volunteers; there is a talk on a relevant subject, some activities and information on elevant services.

Sessions are free and refreshments are provided.

Contact Name: Jane Round (Group Co-ordinator – Black Country)
Telephone: 0121 521 3020
E-mail: blackcountryoffice@alzheimers.org.uk

 

Dementia Cafe (Tettenhall)

1st Tuesday of the month, 10am-12pm

The Alzheimer’s Society in partnership with City of Wolverhampton Council runs 5 Dementia Cafes in the city.

Dementia Cafes offer a place where people diagnosed with dementia, their friends and carers can meet for informal support. Cafes provide a welcoming environment where everyone understands the challenges of the condition or caring for someone who is living with it. At a typical cafe, we have Alzheimer’s Society trained staff and volunteers; there is a talk on a relevant subject, some activities and information on elevant services.

Sessions are free and refreshments are provided.

Contact Name: Jane Round (Group Co-ordinator – Black Country)
Telephone: 0121 521 3020
E-mail: blackcountryoffice@alzheimers.org.uk