Are you in need?

The Well provides emergency food/toiletries/baby items for people experiencing a temporary financial crisis. This extends to 5 parcels in a 6 month period (each parcel contains 3 days of food).

If you are in need then it’s important that you get advice and help regarding your crisis or financial situation. If you already receive input from a local support agency/worker, then please speak to them about making a referral to us. We work with over 100 local support agencies.

*We do not take referrals direct from the public, as we believe in working together with the support agencies.

**We do not give out food from our warehouse under any circumstances. All food is delivered – this is part of our support to you.

 

 

1

Speak to a support agency or worker
about your situation

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2

The worker will assess your need
for emergency support

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3

The worker makes a referral to us
(Opening Hours here)

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4

We deliver the food etc. to your address
(we can deliver to the agency office if you prefer)

SOME OF THE AGENCIES WE WORK WITH…

Addiction Services/Aquarius
Adults Services (W’ton Council)
Base 25
Children’s Services (W’ton Council)
Children’s Centres
Christians Against Poverty (CAP)
Churches
Citizens Advice Bureaux (CAB)
City Direct
Young People’s Foyers
Police/Probation Service
Housing Support (Council & Associations)
Job Centres
Multi-Agency Support Teams (MAST)
Refugee & Migrant Centre
Schools
Service Users Involvement Team (SUIT)
The Haven
Wolverhampton Homes
YMCA

 

Emergency Food in Wolverhampton

The Little Brothers of The Good Shepherd
The Methodist Centre
24 School Street
Wolverhampton
WV1 4LF
1.45pm-3.30pm daily
(no referral needed, just attend)

 

Foodbanks outside Wolverhampton

Black Country

Smethwick

Birmingham

National

*Like The Well, these foodbanks also work with partner agencies and have a referral system