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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

Shelter Cymru

Bethan is a mother of three children and suffers from Depression and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. When she came into contact with Shelter Cymru, Bethan was in rent arrears and at serious risk of losing her home. With the help of her support worker, Bethan was able to address her financial issues and improve the quality of life for herself and her family.

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Tŷ Golau, Clwyd Alyn Housing Association

Tŷ Golau in the centre of Rhyl is managed by Clwyd Alyn Housing Association and provides accommodation for single homeless men and women who are over 18. Tŷ Golau offers 4-6 beds of emergency access accommodation, 4 longer stay hostel beds and Housing First support to clients in their own homes.

Tracey* was referred to Tŷ Golau when she was made homeless after being evicted from her flat in Rhyl.

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Mr Hutchinson “Punk”
Maes Mwldan

Maes Mwldan is a modern purpose built extra care scheme run by Family Housing Association - a not-for-profit housing and support organisation providing affordable homes and high quality care and support services in Swansea, Carmarthenshire, Neath Port Talbot, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire.

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Cadwyn Housing Association

Nightingale House is a 26 bedroom homeless hostel for families, run by Cadwyn Housing Association. 

Rebecca* was referred to Nightingale House as a result of being evicted from another hostel in Cardiff. Prior to this Rebecca spent the past few years staying in hostels and being street homeless.

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Company Registration No: 5093332
Charity No: 1116774