Age UK Wolverhampton
General information and advice to support all people over the age of 50, both active and frail, irrespective of race, ethnic origin, gender or religion living within the City of Wolverhampton.
Black County Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Provider specialist mental health, learning disability, and community healthcare services for the population of the Black Country.
The City of Wolverhampton Council keep a list of residential care and nursing homes in Wolverhampton. As well as this they provide details on:
- Inspection reports
- What your options are
- Getting an assessment
Carer Support Team
The Carer Support Team offers a range of support for carers of adults living in Wolverhampton.
A carer is anyone who provides support for a relative, friend or neighbour without payment. The person that you look after may have a mental health need, learning disability, physical and sensory disability or may be an older, vulnerable person.
Care Quality Commission (CQC)
The independent health and adult social care regulator. They make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and encourage care services to improve.
Information on the Royal Wolverhampton NHS website about booking your blood test.
Continence Care Service
A nurse led service offering holistic assessment, advice, treatment and management of bladder, bowel and continence related issues. They serve clients of all ages, both male and female, within the borough who are registered to a Wolverhampton GP.
Counselling and talking therapies
A guide through the process of finding the right counsellor or therapist for you.
Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)
The single point of contact for all safeguarding and early intervention concerns/requests for support regarding children and young people, and the single point of contact for triaging and assessing all safeguarding concerns regarding adults in Wolverhampton.
Your complete guide to conditions, symptoms and treatments, including what to do and when to get help.
SEND - Local Offer
Information about health services within Wolverhampton available for children and young people aged 0-25 who have special educational needs and/or disabilities.
Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)
The CCG is a clinically-led organisation comprising 49 member GP practices within the city. This means that local family doctors can use all their experience of the needs and wishes of local patients to make decisions about local health services.
Wolverhampton Health and Wellbeing Board
Health & Wellbeing Together is the name given to the City of Wolverhampton Health and Wellbeing Board. It is a partnership of health and care organisations working together to improve the health and wellbeing of the local community, to reduce health inequalities and support the development of improved and joined up services.
Wolverhampton Health Scrutiny Committee
The scrutiny function for all health-related issues, including liaison with NHS Trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups, Health and Wellbeing Board and Healthwatch.
Wolverhampton Information Network (WIN)
Directory of information and support for:
- Adults and those that are caring for them.
- Families with children and young people aged 0-19.
- Children & young people with special educational needs and disabilities aged 0-25.
Wolverhampton Sickle Cell Care Centre
Raising awareness of Sickle Cell and Thalasaemia and offering a quality service to those who suffer from Sickle Cell Syndrome, their families, care givers, extended families.