Energy Support Funds
Warmer Homes West Midlands
Can support you to understand better where heat is lost from your home, the benefits of installing small energy efficiency measures and help you to access grants for improvement measures in your home.
A free new digital tool for those in Wolverhampton that could help you save money on your energy bills. For any Wolverhampton resident, tenant or homeowner.
Energy Support Funds
Individuals and families can apply for grants to clear domestic gas and electricity debts. Before applying to the Trusts you must get money or debt advice first.
Grants and benefits to help you pay your energy bills
The citizens advice website provides information on support available to help pay your energy bills.
Severn Trent- Bill Cap Scheme
For households on a water meter with serven trent with a vunerable adult or child
Accessing Furniture, Bedding and Clothing
Providing grants to families on a low income for items they may not otherwise be able to afford such as white goods, clothing and furniture.
The Good Night Project
Individuals and families in Wolverhampton facing "bed poverty" may be entitled to receive free bed bases, mattresses and bedding.
Click 'more information' to get more details about Food Banks across the Black Country. We may be able to provide a referral for you to access food banks if required.
Emergency Support and Further Advice
Turn 2 Us
Turn 2 Us is a national charity providing practical help to people who are struggling financially.
Find information of benefits and grants available on their website.
Education and Employment
Wolves At Work
Provides a one-to-one service to help people in Wolverhampton achieve their employment goals, whether you are a highly skilled professional or someone without any work experience.
Access to Work: Get support if you have a disability of health condition
Access to Work can help you get or stay in work if you have a physical or mental health condition or disability.
The support you get will depend on your needs.
Mental Health and Wellbeing Support
Mind provides advice and support to empower those aged 11 to 18 experiencing a mental health problem.
Click more information to learn more about the support Mind offer and find a Mind centre local to you.
Further Support in the Community
Refugee and Migrant Centre
The highly qualified and regulated staff support those in vulnerable situations every day. They assist mainly asylum seekers, refugees and new migrants, but also people from the more established communities.
The Women & Families Resource (WFRC)
A charity based in Wolverhampton which supports, provides services, develops programs, empowers and advocates for women and children.