What we do
We work in partnership with people who use our services, carers, NHS, third and independent sector organisations to ensure that a range of services are provided to help a recovery process for people with mental health needs. These include:
Protecting vulnerable adults
People with mental health issues may be unable to take care of themselves, or protect themselves from harm, abuse or from being exploited. The work that we do is helped by two important pieces of legislation; the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS).
The Mental Health Social Work Team
The Mental Health Social Work Team is made up of both social workers and social care workers. They are a single point of access for all referrals to Mental Health Social Care services. After acceptance of a referral, a social worker will be allocated to conduct a Community Care Assessment and devise a plan of support to meet individual needs subject to satisfying Fair Access to Care Services (FAC's) criteria.
Joint Public Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2018-2021
This strategy was jointly produced by the City of Wolverhampton Council and the Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group. Our vision is for every resident in the City of Wolverhampton to have the best mental health that they can at every stage of their life. This strategy sets out how we will achieve this. You can view the strategy by following the link under Downloads.
- Mental Health Foundation
- Young Minds
- NHS Mental Health
- BBC Mental Health
- Depression Alliance
- Royal College of Psychiatrists
For more information about support with Mental Health, contact Adult Social Services.