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Progress Care Activity Clubs (Hub Clubs) – Children

What does the service do?

Living with a long-term condition limits the chances young people have to build friendships and relationships outside of school or their immediate circle of support.

Hub Clubs creates opportunities to meet and engage with ‘likeminded’ peers who share similar life challenges. It allows young people to spend time away from their family to be themselves and to make the important connections that will develop into lasting social networks.

The groups are run by trained and skilled staff, but are very much shaped

by the young people who attend them. The focus is on creating an environment of fun, allowing those who attend to build their social skills with people they can trust.

Hub Clubs include:

  • Weekend clubs and events
  • Youth Clubs
  • Holiday Clubs
  • After school Clubs
  • Young Adult Social Groups
  • Special events throughout the year

Who can use the service?

This service is for children and young people with an additional need or disability and can be funded by the local authority, a direct payment or privately.

This service is available both within Wolverhampton and can be purchased privately outside of Wolverhampton.

For further information, please do get in touch with the Hub team or visit our website. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Hub Duty Team
01902 561066
Progress Care

Where to go

Progress House
127 Millfields Road
West Midlands

Other Details


Age Ranges
All Ages
Referral required
Referral Details

How do you access the service?

A social worker or lead professional can make a referral to the service on your behalf or you can self-refer by contacting the hub team.

We complete home visits for all referrals to see how best we can meet your needs.

We have staff available ready to support you so there are no waiting lists.   

Record Last Updated on: 24/11/2021

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