What we do
Wolverhampton 360 is for young people under the age of 18, who are worried about their own or a parent’s substance dependence, or for those who need some information, advice or guidance.
We promote a recovery-focused approach which supports people to address their problems and develop skills and behaviours to promote long-term recovery. The aim is to prevent people from relapsing and successfully involving them in the community.
We also run a transitioning service as part of Wolverhampton 360, providing support and treatment interventions for young adults from age 18-25, who are affected by drug and alcohol addiction. The service also supports pregnant people and care leavers.
For more information visit the Wolverhampton 360 website.
Wolverhampton 360 is for anyone under the age of 18 or young people who are concerned about their or a parent’s drinking or drug use.
Our ‘affected others’ service is available for family members, friends, colleagues, neighbours, carers and anyone else who may be affected by someone substance or alcohol misuse.
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