Welcome to Telford Crisis Support

The Telford Crisis Network was established in November 2012 and includes local service providers from public, private and third sector organisations who have agreed to work cooperatively to provide a more efficient, effective and coordinated network of support services for people in crisis in Telford & Wrekin.

Working in partnership with Telford and Wrekin Council.

Within Telford Crisis Network there is a wealth of experience and understanding of the complex needs of individuals and families in acute financial crisis. Network agencies already provide a range of established and respected services including emergency food, emergency shelter, temporary accommodation and advice and support to resolve financial crises.

Examples of current Network members include Telford & The Wrekin CAB, Maninplace, the KIP project, YMCA, British Red Cross, Stay, Telford & Wrekin Council,  Wrekin Housing Trust, Lyreco, TCAT, Dawley Christian Centre, Telford Christian Council, Madeley Parish Council, Stirchley & Brookside Parish Council, King Street Cafe in Wellington,  Bournville Village Trust, Sanctuary Housing and Bromford Housing.

The partnership is led by Telford & The Wrekin Citizens Advice and meets regularly to report progress against its business plan.

Their first priority has been to address the food poverty issues in the borough and in April 2013 it officially opened Telford Foodbank.

If you or someone you know is in crisis, in desperate need of help and would like to request a food parcel, here’s what to do:

You can call one of these two numbers and someone will go through the application with you:

  • Telford & Wrekin Council – 01952 380400
  • Citizens Advice Bureau Referral Number –  01952 567173