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Wolves Advocacy

Wolves Advocacy provides this independent advocacy for eligible people. The Wolves Advocacy website also makes available many free self-help and advice leaflets and packs that can also be downloaded from their website below.

The service provides a generic advocacy service which is funded by the City of Wolverhampton Council. They provide free professional advocacy services for Wolverhampton citizens from the following groups:

  • Disabled People
  • Family Carers
  • Older People
  • People with substance abuse issues

From April 1 2015, the Care Act extends the right for eligible people to have independent advocacy to help them be actively involved in their care and support process, including their:

  • Care assessments
  • Care and support planning
  • Care and support reviews
  • Safeguarding enquiries
  • Safeguarding adult reviews (previously known as serious case reviews).

You are able to download free leaflets, packs and guides to help you to help yourself. They include things like a debt self-help pack, a letter to your GP asking for evidence for a benefit claim or appeal, advice and free layout of a will, plus lots of other useful help.

For further information and details about support please contact the service or view the Flyer under the 'downloads' section of this page.


Who to contact

Contact Position
Advocacy Co-ordinator
01902 810016
Wolves Advocacy Project

Where to go

Wolves Advocacy
Regent House
Bath Avenue
West Midlands

Other Details


Age Ranges
Referral Details

Generic Advocacy advice is provided to anyone. However, a referral is required for a Care Act related support query.

Please contact us for further information.

Record Last Updated on: 13/11/2018

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