Every year, about 2,000 children in care are adopted in Wales and England. Wrexham County Borough Council are always looking for adoptive families.
This section provides information, advice and online facilities about blue badge scheme, welfare rights and associated information about Adult Social Care.
A collection of information that will be helpful for you if you are a Carer or if you are preparing to be a Carer.
Useful information, advice and online facilities about fostering, adoption and associated information about the Children & Young People - Prevention & Social Care Department.
Wrexham Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is a statutory organisation that brings together representatives of key agencies to work together to tackle and reduce local levels of crime and disorder.
Day & Employment Opportunities is part of Wrexham County Borough Council Adult Social Care Services. Offering a wide range of opportunities for adults over the age of 18+ with Learning Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Sensory Impairment and Mental Ill Health.
Fostering is where individuals provide a caring and secure environment in their own home for other people's children and young people. Fostering can be done on a full or part-time basis and ranges from day or weekend care to a few months or even on a long-term basis.
Information about local health care in Wrexham County Borough.
From research and feedback on the most requested services we have provided information to help you with some of the important events in your life.
Children are our future and parents/carers are the most important people in every child's life. By supporting parents we are hoping to give children the best possible start in life.
Whether you are exercising to get that blood pressure down or strolling to relax and forget the stresses of modern life, there will be a trail guide for you.
We aim to provide you with the basic information about getting to Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
The team provides workforce advice, guidance and development support to employees and works with education, voluntary and community sectors to support the development needs of social care providers across the county.