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ACE (Action in Caerau & Ely) is a Charity located in Ely and Caerau, Cardiff. ACE aims to bring the community together, support community groups, manage and develop local projects, and find ways of regenerating the local community.

Age Connects exists to change attitudes to ageing and thereby improve people’s lives. This will be achieved by listening to the views of older people and using these to help shift society’s view of age, where older old is regarded as a stage in the life course as valuable as any other.

Public and Third Sector Organisations working together to achieve Cardiff's vision of becoming Europe's most liveable city

Welsh National Poisons Unit

Promoting independence and empowering people by providing access to the right information, advice and assistance

Supporting voluntary sector, service user and carer involvement in the development of mental health services across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan through:

Mental Health Forum - The voice of the voluntary sector

Sefyll - Involvement in adult mental health services

Nexus - Involvement in older people's mental health services

helping people into work, giving children the best start in life, and ensuring people’s voices are heard in the design of local services.

EDAS (or Entry to Drug and Alcohol Services, to give it its full name) is a single point of entry for anyone who feels that they have an issue with any substance in both Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. EDAS provide simple and effective access to the full range of substance misuse services in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan

Hafod Care & Housing

Hafod is one of the largest providers of housing, care and support in South Wales.

Housing Options provide advice, support and assistance to rough sleepers and other vulnerable people in Cardiff. The team aims to do this through effective outreach, appropriate referrals and support. 

 

The team works in partnership with a variety of statutory / non-statutory, charitable and voluntary sector agencies providing frontline services covering issues such as emergency accommodation, Health and substance misuse

HMP Cardiff is a Category B Local/Training Prison, holding male adult prisoners who are drawn predominantly from the surrounding court catchment area in South East Wales.

HMP Cardiff holds a reducing number of life sentenced men. Arrangements are made to facilitate moves to establishments best able to meet long-term needs.

Information, advice and support to help adults live more independently

The Department of Liaison Psychiatry provides a service to the medical wards at the University Hospital of Wales, Rookwood Hospital and Cardiff Royal Infirmary, as well as to Holme Tower.

The National Probation Service is a statutory criminal justice service that supervises high-risk offenders released into the community

South Wales Police's aim is to work with partners to ensure that people get the support they need, when they need it, and to prevent people from becoming either victims of crime or offenders. Early intervention is at the heart of building healthy, happy and safe communities, reducing demand on all our public services.

Communities First aims to contribute, in partnership with other organisations, to narrowing the education/skills, economic and health gaps between Wales’s most deprived and more affluent areas

The APB exists to ensure that the substance misuse-related needs of people living in the Vale of Glamorgan and Cardiff are met

The service offers advice and support for anyone over the age of 18, who maybe unsure of their needs to make informed decisions regarding changing their substance use.

Some of the services TAITH offer include open and direct access to harm reduction advice and support, 1-2-1 and brief interventions, semi structured group work, needle exchange and BBV testing among others.

Wales Community Rehabilitation Company provides rehabilitation and offender management services to help reduce reoffending and protect the public.

They work with low and medium-risk offenders, managing their community sentences and providing them with knowledge, skills and support to enable them to stop offending.

They also manage and support low and medium-risk offenders who are released from prison on licence, as well as offenders who are sentenced to less than 12 months in custody.

The Welsh Ambulance Service provides high quality pre-hospital emergency care and treatment throughout Wales

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