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Homelessness Services

What we believe 

Anyone can become homeless and need support during their lifetime. We believe that everyone in need has the right to be housed, supported, given an opportunity to develop their skills and be treated fairly.

I am homeless, or I’m going to be homeless soon what should I do?

If you are homeless or are likely to become homeless within the next 28 days and you are in what is called “priority need” the Local Authority has a legal duty to you.  So, the first thing you should do is contact the team that deals with homelessness in your area:

  • Anglesey: 01248 751850

  • Conwy:  01492 576271

  • Denbighshire:  01824 706000

  • Flintshire:  01352 703777

  • Powys:  0845 0552155

  • Wrexham:  01978 292947 / 01978 292949

What we do

We provide support to people in their own homes and in the community which helps prevent them becoming homeless, these are called “Floating Support & Community Services”. 

We also provide short-term safe places for people who are homeless and have nowhere to stay that night, these are called “Night Shelters”. 

We also provide longer-term safe places to live for people who are homeless and need help to improve their skills so that they can manage their own home in the future. These are called “Supported Living Projects”. Different projects specialise in supporting different people but can be broken down into two basic categories:

  • Supported Living for Individuals – for people with no children or dependents living with them.

  • Supported Living for Families – for families, including new mums and their babies.

What difference can we make?

We believe that with the right support anyone can achieve something that makes a positive difference to their lives. Our staff work hard to equip people with the skills they need to achieve their goals.

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