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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

Digartref Coedlys 1

On initial presentation, PERSON A was a 19 year old male who was at the time of referral to the service residing with both biological parents in the town of Holyhead, Anglesey. PERSON A was referred to the service initially as a result of a breakdown in relationship between himself and his parents.

In terms of accommodation and move-on support, PERSON A received a broad range of skill development, including budgeting, domestic routines, benefit management and understanding tenancy agreements.

PERSON A was supported to explore several move-...
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Torfaen & Blaenau Gwent Mind 2

X is a female between the ages of 40yrs-50yrs. She was referred to Mind the end of November last year. X is fairly isolated with limited social networks. X suffers with mental health issues and is wheelchair bound due to her mobility issues. X is also alcohol dependent.


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Torfaen & Blaenau Gwent Mind

Client B is a 19 year old female who was referred to Torfaen and Blaenau Gwent Mind by Marie at Torfaen Volunteer Alliance (TVA) at the end of January 2016. B presented herself to TVA after an argument with her father meant she was not able to return to the family home.
B received support from Torfaen Mind and is now living independently and bidding on Homeseeker for a new property that will not be supported accommodation as she now feels ready to live without support.

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Barnardo's: housing support service for singles and young families

Before being referred to Barnardo’s, Person A was in private rented accommodation, the rent was very high and had to make top up payments every month. Person A had fallen into arrears considerably and was struggling to make payments.


Since receiving support Person A now manages there accommodation, has set up direct debits and is confident in reporting any issues to housing association. Person A is now engaging in support groups, attending college and is applying for nursery for her daughter and getting in and has expressed that they ...
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