Support for people who are feeling a bit down or depressed.
Losing you hair sometimes happens unexpectedly and can be a traumatic and emotional experience. Resources to help you with this.
Cancer is something that the majority of us will come across at some point in our lives. Help and support for tonight's Byd ar Bedwar.
Here are some resources which may be of use to people who are living with deafness in their lives, especially relevant if you've watched O'r Galon: Llais i Heti
Violence can take several forms, including verbal and mental abuse, but when it turns physical from someone close to you, it can be a really dangerous situation. This can happen to men or women, though it's more likely to affect women. However, support is available for men also following the story in Pobol y Cwm.
Resources which can help people, including children and young people who have been victims of violence or wish to report violent or sexual crime of any sort. Information relevant to the programme by David Williams, Cam-drin Plant: Y Gwir Sy'n Lladd.
The loss of a loved one can be devastating, and leave us with feelings of sadness, hopelessness, even anger. The details of the following organisations and helplines are if you or someone close to you have lost someone and feel in need of help, support or someone to talk to.
Addiction can come in many forms, but some of the most common addictions in our society involve alcohol, both legal and illegal drugs and smoking - these are the ones which cause the most harm in Wales. The information here is for those who are either directly or indirectly affected by such addictions, including families and carers.
Stalking can be thought of as the willful and repeated following, watching and harassing of another person. These are usually a series of actions that occur over a period of time, that can cause distress to the person who is being harassed.
More support and information on our page and to accompany tonight's Byd ar Bedwar.
There are many organisations in Wales involved in making sure that people with disabilities are given every chance to live full, independent lives. Information relevant to Taith Fawr y Dyn Bach.
Cystic fibrosis is one of the most common genetic disorders in the UK, affecting many thousands of babies, children and young people.Support for O'r Galon: Stori Allison
Fostering is giving a child a home for a period of time, whereas adoption is when a child is given a new, permanent home with a family. The child has to be under 18 years old and in a situation where going back to the birth parents is not possible. Information and support for O'r Galon: Taith Dewi.
Ankylosing Spondylitis is a particular arthritic condition which mainly affects young men, though it can also be found in women and older people. It is thought to have a strong genetic link.Support for O'r galon: Tudur Philips
Organisations that offer support to those with severe sight loss, and which offer independence and a better life for those living with this problem. Support for O'r Galon: Golwg Newydd.
Help and support around gender identity issues for #Fi: Joe a Christian and Gwaith/Cartref.
If you have questions about your own sexuality and would like to find some support or further sources of help, then you've come to the right place. Also, information about how to deal with homophobia.
If you need some more help or advice, or want to hear about people the same age as you going through similar experience, some of the sites listed below might be of help.
The range of programmes on S4C covers a wide variety of subjects. These support pages contain details of information on these topics, including phone helplines, recorded information services and other additional help relevant to some of our programmes.
These pages are constantly updated with information about services and organisations which might be able to help you in some way.
Any phone helplines or recorded information services are usually freephone numbers, so free to landlines. The cost of calls from mobile phones will vary depending on your mobile provider. S4C is not responsible for the content of any third party sites referred to in these pages.