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Safe Place Scheme

Safe Place schemes have been designed to help people with learning disabilities to know what to do if they become a victim of hate crime, bullying or harassment.

As a person with a learning disability you have the right to stay safe in Wolverhampton, so the People’s Parliament have developed a safe places scheme in partnership with the police and local services and shops in the community.

A Safe Place is somewhere you can go if you have a learning disability and you get into trouble in the community. You might be picked on or treated badly because of your disability or you might have got lost or been a victim of hate crime. If this happens you can go to a place which has this sticker in the window. The person in the building will help you make a phone call and get help.

Changing Our Lives is a rights based organization that works in co-production with people with disabilities of all ages to achieve equality, good health and social inclusion. They have co-ordinated the Safe Place List for the City.

  • Please Note:
    For location details and contact numbers of the Safe Places in Wolverhampton please visit the downloads section on this page. You will also find details of the report it centres in this section.

Who to contact

Changing Lives Contact Number - 0300 302 0770
Safe Places (Wolverhampton)

Where to go

Office Address
22-24 Hagley Mews
Hall Drive

Time / Date Details

When is it on
To view details of the Safe Place locations and contact numbers please refer to the downloads section of this page.

Other Details


Age Ranges
Referral required

Record Last Updated on: 11/09/2020

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