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Tŷ Golau

Supported Living Service 

Tŷ Golau, Denbighshire, LL18 3LA 


How do we help you?

The type of support provided will vary according to your specific needs. Here are some examples of the types of support we provide:

• Staff advice 365 days of the year

• Separate female beds

• Welfare Benefits advice

• Advice on health care e.g. Doctor, Dentist

• Drug and Alcohol advice

• Life skills advice

• Evening meal and breakfast provided

• Advice and referral to move on accommodation


Quality Housing with friendly support

We want to ensure that we provide you with a place of change that enables you to plan for your future. We will provide you with accommodation and support on a nightly, first come first served basis with the potential for you to access longer stay accommodation in our hostel. Tŷ Golau in the centre of Rhyl provides accommodation for single homeless men and women who are over 18. Tŷ Golau offers 8 beds of emergency access accommodation, 4 longer stay hostel beds and Housing First support to clients in their own homes.

The Tŷ Golau emergency accommodation service provides you with an evening meal upon arrival, breakfast in the morning.


To apply to live at Tŷ Golau

Tŷ Golau is emergency bed accommodation for single homeless men and women over 18 that require immediate housing and housing related support. The Tŷ Golau project is open from 7:00pm every day. Access to the hostel and housing first project will be via the emergency bed accommodation and supporting people single pathway in Denbighshire. 


Clwyd Buildings, Clwyd Street, Rhyl, Denbighshire, LL18 3LA

T: 01745 360868 W: E:


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