Wolverhampton
Cares

The city's commitment to its vital care sector and family carers
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Welcome to the Wolverhampton Cares website.

Here, you can read more about the city's commitment to our vital care sector and family carers. Find out about working in care or becoming a foster carer or an adopter.

The City of Wolverhampton Council, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and the Black Country and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group have joined forces to provide additional help and support to care providers – and we are hoping that more organisations will join us in the weeks and months ahead.

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Statements
Councillor Ian Brookfield Leader of the City of Wolverhampton Council.
Tim Johnson Chief Executive, City of Wolverhampton Council
Councillor Linda Leach City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Adult Services
David Loughton Chief Executive, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
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Partners
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Useful Websites
Adoption@Heart

Adoption@Heart, the Regional Adoption Agency for the Black Country, wants to recruit adopters to offer children time, understanding and on-going support, irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, disability, race or faith.

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Fostering for Wolverhampton

Fostering for Wolverhampton need foster carers who can provide a nurturing and caring environment for children who have come into care, to help give them the best opportunities for a happy and successful life.

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Wolverhampton Information Network

Wolverhampton Information Network is an online localised search directory containing details about support services, helpful information and activities that take place in the city.

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Latest News
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City care providers welcome winter support package

Providers have welcomed a package of support from the City of Wolverhampton Council and partners to help the health and social care sector through what promises to be another difficult winter.

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Carers invited to have their say and shape new city strategy

As the nation celebrates Carers Rights Day, carers in Wolverhampton are being invited to have their say and help shape a new strategy which aims to ensure the right support and services are in place for them and the people that they look after.

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City’s support for care sector shows Wolverhampton Cares

A package of support is being put in place as part of a new initiative designed to help the city's vital health and social care sector through another difficult Covid-19 affected winter and beyond.

Care staff to get help from new occupational health service
Care staff to get help from new occupational health service

Care home staff in Wolverhampton are being given additional support to carry out their vital role thanks to a new occupational health service.

Council in urgent appeal for people to consider career in care
Council in urgent appeal for people to consider career in care

The City of Wolverhampton Council is putting out an urgent appeal for people to consider a career in care amid a growing shortage of staff within the sector.