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Case Studies

Case studies are a great way to raise awareness of the services delivered by our members. We are always looking for case studies that emphasise the importance of these services and the essential support they provide to some of the most vulnerable people in our society. If you have any case studies you would like to share on the website, please email them to Jordan Brewer

Gofal Caerphilly 1
Gofal

Person A was referred to the Gofal Caerphilly crisis team via Pathways on receipt of a NSP. Person A had previously lived in the property with her parents and grandmother who have all passed away, leaving Person A in the property alone. Person A has severe anxiety and depression and is also prone to self-harm.

Since being referred, Person A now manages their money and accommodation whilst receiving support for their mental health, with plans to attend a Health and Social Care training course and continue to engage with Gofal tenancy support and pathways.


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Adref: Local Authority Tenancy Support Scheme in Merthyr Tydfil)


Referred by Merthyr Valleys Homes, Person A was supported by ADREF LTD, LATSS - Local Authority Tenancy Support Scheme (Merthyr Tydfil) as she was in rent arrears and the house was in disrepair.

 

Throughout support PERSON A was encouraged to continue with a 2nd year in college. PERSON A’s ambition in life was to become a lawyer to benefit her and the 2 children and be able to stand on her own two feet.

Referred by Merthyr Valleys Homes, Person A was supported by ADREF LTD, LATSS - Local Authority Tenancy Suppo...
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Adref: Homeless hostel in Pontypridd


Adref run a homeless hostel for twelve residents in Pontypridd, offering three month licences to homeless clients who are referred in from Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council Housing Solutions. The hostel is funded by the Supporting People grant. 


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Lisa Welch
Gofal

Eighteen months ago Lisa Welch was experiencing severe depression. Her illness was having a profound impact on her life and she was struggling to fulfil everyday tasks such as dressing, leaving the house and paying her bills. She was also experiencing physical health issues that were further compounding her mental health problems.


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