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    Victim Support

    Please note following COVID-19 we are continuing to work remotely. Should you require support please contact 0300 303 1977 to speak to a member of the team. If you've been a victim of any crime or have been affected by a crime committed…
     West Midlands Assessment Centre: 0300 303 1977  National Support Line: 0808 1689 111

    Victim Support - Children and Young Persons Service

    Please note following COVID-19 we are working continuing to work remotely. Should you require support please contact 0300 303 1977 to speak to a member of the team. We support children and young people who have been affected by crime. We…
     West Midlands Assessment Centre: 0300 303 1977  National Support Line: 0808 1689 111

    Virtual Bereavement Information Hubs - Compton Care

    The death of a loved one can turn your life upside down. Everybody’s experience of grief can be different but many find that talking can help. Bereavement hubs are facilitated by trained volunteers and offer the chance for you to express…
     01902 774570

    Voice of Older People Forum

    The Voice of Older People is a forum where the over 50s and pensioners can have their say and get involved in the decision-making process for older residents in the city. People aged 50 and over are being invited to share their thoughts on a…
     01902 313052

    Voiceability

    VoiceAbility supports people who face disadvantage or discrimination to have a voice that counts. We provide free and independent advocacy and user involvement services. We’ve been supporting people to be heard in decisions about…
     0300 303 1660

    Warm Spaces

    The City of Wolverhampton Council is launching a range of warm spaces throughout the city to help its residents beat the chill this autumn and winter, because of energy prices and the Cost-of-Living crisis.Here you will find more…

    WaveLength

    For 80 years, the charity WaveLength has led the way with delivering change for lonely and isolated people. We help fight loneliness by giving people living in poverty televisions, radios, and tablets. The people we support are lonely…
     01708 621101

    West Midlands Doctors Urgent Care

    West Midlands Doctors Urgent Care (WDUC) provides an integrated Urgent Treatment Centre, based at New Cross Hospital, and a GP OOH service for patients in Wolverhampton and Seisdon. If you think you need Urgent Care in the first instance…
     Call 111 if you require medical advice. 999 in an emergency.

    Winston's Wish

    The UK’s first childhood bereavement charity, Winston's Wish provides services to bereaved children, young people and their families and offer practical support and guidance to anyone concerned about a grieving child when someone…
     08088 020 021

    Wolverhampton 360

    Wolverhampton 360 - is part of the Recovery Near You service. The service is aimed at helping young people who may be worried about a parent’s drinking, gambling or drug use; or may have problems of their own. Whatever the reason,…
     0300 123 3360
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