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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

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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James
North Wales Housing

Noddfa Hostel in Colwyn Bay provides temporary, supported housing accommodation for single homeless people and families who are vulnerable and need support. Noddfa is managed by North Wales Housing.

James* had been a carer for his elderly mother, sadly she passed away and her house had to be sold. He had no other family that he could stay with and as a result he became street homeless.


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Sharon
Cadwyn Housing Association

Nightingale House is a 26 bedroom homeless hostel for families, run by Cadwyn Housing Association. The aim of the service is to help tackle homelessness in Cardiff by providing a temporary, safe and supportive environment to families that enables them to address issues and increase their skills and confidence in their ability to manage their future homes and lead settled and happy lives within their communities.

Sharon* was placed at Nightingale House as she was fleeing domestic abuse from her husband of 8 years. 


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Renee Williams
Cartrefi Conwy

Cartrefi Conwy is a 'Registered Social Landlord' with over 3700 properties throughout the county of Conwy in North Wales. Cartrefi Conwy has 19 sheltered housing schemes throughout Conwy made up of apartments, flats and bungalows.

In 2010, Renee moved into a sheltered scheme in Old Colwyn, North Wales as she wanted to feel a part of a community and improve her health and wellbeing.


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Company Registration No: 5093332
Charity No: 1116774