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Hafod Care provides a wide range of staffed and supported housing across the South Wales area. We also provide floating support and tenant support.

 

We work with a number of partners from the statutory sector and from the voluntary sector. We support people with complex and enduring mental health problems, people with learning difficulties, people with physical disabilities, older people, homeless adults, 16/17 year old homeless young people and people who are affected by substance misuse.

 

There are six core values that underpin Hafod Care's philosophy in providing supported housing service. These are:

·     Choice

·     Dignity

·     Privacy

·     Rights

·     Independence

·     Fulfilment

 

Each of Hafod Care's tenants has the ownership of an individual support plan that sets out the aims and objectives of the support and clarifies the role of the tenant and worker in achieving them.

 

Hafod Care's Supported Houses are not usually intended to provide a "home for life". There is an expectation that Tenants will move on to more independent accommodation when they are able.

 

More information

If you would like more information on our Support services, including how to make a referral or application, please contact our Support team on (029) 2067 5844, or e-mail enquiries@hafodcare.org.uk

 

 

What Hafod Care’s service users say about our services:

 

“I feel the support that I receive has boosted up my confidence a lot. This has helped me a lot with independency. It has also helped me gain confidence in taking my daughter out to softplay and meeting people. This support is also helping me to become ready to maintain a tenancy and live independently.”

 

“Lynda told me about safety at Xmas time and gave me a leaflet how to stay safe.”

 

“I am hoping to get back to college and get qualifications with support from staff.”

 

“We are homeless and had no money when support started. We've been supported to receive benefits and to get a home and support to move. Also support to have our baby and get things ready for this. We would not be able to cope without our support worker.”

 

“Out of my carers and support workers I must admit my support worker is the one I always turn to is my Hafod worker. Thank you.”

 

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