Pay Ahead, Stay Ahead
Pay Ahead, Stay Ahead gives you the advice and support that you need to manage a tenancy for the first time. If you are aged between 16-24, currently live in Birmingham and are either a new social housing tenant or are considering social housing, then Pay Ahead, Stay Ahead is for you!
Telephone: 0800 160 1990 (free from landlines)
Coventry Sorted Project
Sorted is a three year lottery funded project that aims to improve financial confidence in Coventry. Support includes budgeting and banking, practical support, healthy living and community support.
Telephone: 02476 252 067
St Basils Youthline (24 hours)
For housing advice and support and family mediation for young people aged 16-25 years.
Helpline: 0300 30 30 099
Vicarage support houses a wide range of residents, each under constant support 24 hours a day 7 days a week. All residents have been given house rules to ensure a very well maintained residential supported accommodation, and security in place to ensure safety and security. All our residents are free to bring visitors around for extra support and confidence whilst under our support, as well as receiving support from staff.
Call us on: 0121 554 2737 - Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mental Health.org Debt advice
Document giving tips and information in how to deal with debt for patients who have mental health concerns or worries.
Provides advice on employment, training, benefits, health, substance misuse and relationships for young people aged between 16-25 years.
Telephone: 0121 675 6105 (Birmingham), 01902 773040 (Wolverhampton), 0845 352 0055 (Sandwell), 01384 811400 (Dudley)
Job Centre Plus
For people claiming welfare benefits and seeking employment and training. Provides advice for jobseekers, people with disabilities and lone parents.
Telephone: 0800 055 6688 (New claim) Telephone: 0345 604 3719 (to contact local centre)
Wolverhampton Tenancy Sustainment - Young persons
Providing general support and assistance to council tenants in Wolverhampton for people aged between 16-25 years.
Telephone: 01902 552954
Heath Town Support and Information Centre (Wolverhampton)
Advice on a range of issues such as welfare rights, rent and council tax arrears and other debt. Advice appointments, drop in and outreach.
Telephone: 01902 572354
Citizen's Advice Bureau
We help people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing free, independent and confidential advice, and by influencing policymakers.
Telephone: local services in every town
Front Door Wolverhampton
Multi agency. Outreach housing advice through other organisations. Support for people with housing problems.
Telephone: 01902 310123
XLR8 at Base 25
The XLR8 programme is aimed at increasing the employability of Young people who are not in education, employment or training. It is for those in Wolverhampton aged between 16-19 years or up to 24 years who have a learning disability.
Tel: 01902 572040 or Text: 07800002222 ask for Dave, Junior or Lisa
National Debt Line
Help for anyone in debt or concerned they may fall into debt.
Telephone: 0808 808 4000
Eden Houses UK
A service to provide safe temporary accommodation for Muslim women ran by The Muslim Welfare House Trust.
In the United Kingdom, millions of pounds in benefits is left unclaimed every year. A staggering amount of people could greatly benefit from this help, yet many are simply unaware of their entitlement. With this in mind, we have assembled the most significant benefits you could be entitled to. If you meet the detailed criteria, you should certainly state your claim and receive the support you deserve.