Information and advice to help those looking for good quality, affordable housing or those suffering from homelessness.
The Council's Housing Options Team can provide support and assistance with housing issues.
If you are homeless or are looking for support on behalf of a homeless person, you should contact the Homeless Service.
These organisations can help with emergency accommodation.
The YMCA provides direct access accommodation for homeless young people aged 16 - 25. They are located at:
29 - 31 Temple Street, Wolverhampton, WV2 4AN
Homeless accommodation for males only aged 18+, including ex-offenders. They are located at: Old Hall Street Wolverhampton WV1 3AT
The Haven Wolverhampton provides practical and emotional support to women and children affected by domestic violence and homelessness.
The MOD Army provides subsidised accommodation for its servicemen and women. Visit their website for details of service personnel entitlement to service accommodation and removals for personal possessions on assignment to a new area.
The MOD Army provides information on casualty care, mental healthcare and family healthcare.
The Navy Families Federation provides details about dental and medical provision for UK based service families.
The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) offers advice and assistance to anyone eligible for their help, whether they are serving or ex-service, or a family member of someone with a service connection. The SSAFA also provide housing and residential home facilities.