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Our members' views are vital in shaping government policies and legislation that affect people who are marginalised and at risk in Wales.

Cymorth Cymru responds to a number of consultations, inquiries and calls for evidence in collaboration with our members.

Sometimes we submit comments or shorter replies to consultations which are not full responses. We also respond verbally to consultations where helpful to our members.

If you cannot see a relevant consultation below, please contact us and we will let you know if we made representations on your behalf

Past Consulations
Public Accounts Committee inquiry into Supporting People programme

The Public Accounts Committee are undertaking a short inquiry into the Welsh Government’s management of the Programme specifically considering:

• The impact of wider policy development

• Funding distribution and financial planning

• Monitoring and evaluation of the programme

Cymorth were asked to provide a short paper in advance of our oral evidence session on 20th November 2017. 

Read our advance paper here
Funding for supported housing: Cymorth Cymru Response

This consultation seeks views on the government’s plans for a new housing costs funding model for supported housing as well as views on how funding for emergency and short term placements should work. It covers the following areas:

  • devolved top-up funding to local authorities in England
  • funding for emergency and short term supported housing placements across Great Britain.
Read our response here
First 1000 Days

The Children, Young People and Education Committee undertook a consultation to consider the extent to which Welsh Government policies and programmes support the early parent role, before birth and during the first 2 years of a child’s life, and crucially how effective these are in supporting children’s emotional and social capabilities and development.

Read our response here
National Assembly for Wales Health, Social Care and Sport Committee Inquiry into Primary Care

Primary health care provides the first point of contact in the healthcare system. In the NHS, the main source of primary health care is general practice. 

The Health, Social Care and Sport Committee's inquiry will focus on the role of clusters (groups of GPs working with other health and care professionals to plan and provide services locally) as a means of transforming primary care. There are 64 cluster networks across Wales, serving populations of between 30 and 50 thousand patients. Clusters are determined by individual local health boards in each area.

Read our response here

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Company Registration No: 5093332
Charity No: 1116774