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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 policy@cymorthcymru.org.uk

Integrated Young Person Service
Flintshire County Council

T, a 17 year old young women, presented as needing accommodation and support. T moved into supported accommodation for 10 months and became able to live independently. While there she applied for University and left to go to University in September 2021.


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CD - Digartref
Digartref Cyf

CD moved into Llys Y Gwynt following the breakdown of her initial tenancy after leaving Foster care. Following stays in supported accommodation, CD has stayed in touch and is continuing to thrive; sustaining a tenancy and gaining employment. 


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Gwalia Western Bay 2
Gwalia Care & Support

Person A lived in foster care before moving into supported housing. Person A has been diagnosed with physical and mental health issues. Since receiving support, Person A registered with a GP and a dentist. Gwalia accompanied Person A to regular appointments with her GP and other medical appointments.

Person A accessed counselling advice and support. Self-harm advice was given. A referral to the NERS (national exercise referral scheme) via her doctor. Person A has now moved into a Gwalia flat in an area which she is familiar with and is receiving floating support to help with resett...
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Gwalia Western Bay 1
Gwalia Care & Support

Person A entered the care system following the death of her mother when she was 9. Her father started to care for the family but due to his alcohol problem social services became involved and Person A was the taken away from the family and put in foster placement. Person A was moved from family to family due to issues like bullying. When she reached 18 years old she had to move on and that's when she was placed into Gwalia's Cam Nesaf.

Since receiving support Person A is now gaining skills in money management, paying her service charge regularly. Person A was also supported to find ...
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Company Registration No: 5093332
Charity No: 1116774