Health, Well-being and Work

Get into work

Work improves lives and gives people an income, confidence and social opportunities. It can also have a positive impact on your family. There are ways for you to find work whilst managing your health, and links to organisations below who can help you achieve this. We also have links to Access to Work and Disability Confident which exist to support companies to employ people with a disability.

Wolves at Work

Wolves at Work

One-to-one support and advice to adults of all ages in Wolverhampton who are looking for employment or for opportunities to progress in their career, including free skills assessments.

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Black Country Impact

Black Country Impact

For anyone in Wolverhampton aged 16-29 who is currently unemployed and not in education or training. A Key Worker will advise on local opportunities and help you to apply; they may even be able to fund training courses or interview travel for you.

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Work and Health Programme

Work and Health Programme

DWP-run programme to support people with health conditions into work. You do not need to be in receipt of a benefit to access this support.

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Enable

Enable

Support to find a job for those who have a Learning Difficulty or Disability, including in-work support.

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Bridges

Bridges

For people aged 25 plus not currently in employment, and who may have more complex needs, to build confidence, develop skills and find employment.

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