Crisis Support

If you're facing tough times or serious challenges, know that you're not alone. This page is your go-to for urgent support on issues that can't wait - whether it's a place to stay, dealing with drug or alcohol addiction, finding a way out of an unsafe home situation, or getting extra help if you're caring for someone or struggling with money.

We're here to provide you with immediate information and direct you to the right services in Dudley, so you can find the help you need, right when you need it. This is a safe space for you to start turning things around.

Written by award-winning poet and spoken word artist, Jardel Rodrigues, ‘You Saw Me’ celebrates Centrepoint supporters who - through their kindness, generosity and faith in young people - have given them a turning point. Leaving homelessness behind, to thrive in a brighter future.

Drugs and Alcohol

Making smart choices about drugs and alcohol isn't always easy, but it's important. On this page you will find links to straightforward advice and support to help you understand the risks and make decisions that keep you safe and healthy. Whether you're looking for help for yourself or a friend, you'll find what you need to stay informed and take control of your choices.


Feeling safe is a basic right, not a privilege. If home is more about fear than comfort due to domestic abuse, it's time to reach out. You're not alone, and you don't have to deal with this by yourself. Below you will find confidential resources and support for young people in Dudley facing unsafe situations at home.

Whether it's for you or someone you care about, we'll guide you towards the help you need to ensure your safety and well-being. Remember, taking the step to seek help is a sign of strength, and we're here to support that strength every step of the way.

Did you know? That every school has a school nurse attached to them, if you don’t know who your school nurse is you can find out by contacting the main office number: 01384 408990