Our services fall loosely into three main areas; housing & preventing homelessness, personal development and advice & advocacy, but these are often interrelated and delivered in conjunction with one another.
Clients play an active part in our services, benefiting both from their involvement and the resulting service. This approach has lead to innovative projects such as our scholarships and urban wildlife garden.
We cover the Swansea, Carmarthenshire, Bridgend,Neath & Port Talbot and City & County of Cardiff areas
Available in The City & County of Cardiff, our Cardiff Support Scheme offers friendly advice and help to council tenants who might be unsure of their responsibilities as a tenant or who are finding it difficult to manage their homes and build more stable & fulfilling lives.
Our Llanelli Floating Support Scheme supports people who have their own accommodation but, for various reasons, have difficulty in maintaining their tenancy. Our tenancy support service plays an important part in the prevention of homelessness and aims to empower people to lead a more stable lifestyle.
Paxton St hostel is situated in the heart of the city, we provide 13 beds for homeless men and women. Residents who live at the hostel are committed to making positive changes to their lifestyles and co-operate with the delivery of person centred, one-to-one support.
Often people are so affected by their circumstances that they can’t find a way out alone and don't know who to turn to. Our Routes Project in Neath Port Talbot is for people aged 16 and over, who are in this situation and would like help getting their lives back on track.
Collects furniture, white goods, carpets and other household items from around the Swansea Bay area and sells them to the public.
Connect is a membership project that offers a weekly programme of events and activities for people with continuing mental health problems. Connect is valued enormously by its members, who come along to feel part of a safe and welcoming community, where they can socialise and learn new skills at their own pace.