The amount of people who find themselves with financial problems and who might end up homeless have risen over the last few years, including families and young people. Some organisations here offer support for people in that situation.

  • Shelter Cymru

    An organsiation that campaign to fight for better housing provision in Wales but can also give practical advice if you're in difficulties, with a comprehensive set of resources on the website.

    08000 495 495


  • The Wallich

    A charity which has several projects helping the homeless across Wales. The website has details of these in your area.


  • Llamau

    A long-established charity which gives support to homeless young people and women. Based mainly in South East Wales, it has offices and projects in Cardiff, Barry, Bridgend, Newport, Caerphilly and Monmouth.



    A charity which offers support and opportunities for young people, including the homeless, in North Wales. They have a range of projects that focus on developing the skills needed to live independently.


  • Mental Health and Money Advice

    A service which can support and advise you if you're living with a mental illness and worried about money.


  • Meic

    Bilingual helpline and online service about any subject, if you're between 0 and 25.

  • Citizen's Advice

    There are over 3,000 Citizens Advice Bureaux in the UK, and they can give you free help with legal, money, work and other problems. Find out about your local service either through the website or you telephone directory. The guides on the site also have a lot of very useful information on a variety of subjects.


  • Change Step

    Delivered by veterans for veterans, Change Step offers peer mentoring and help to access relevant services — including support with mental health, substance misuse, criminal justice and housing issues.

    0300 777 2259


  • Cymorth Cymru

    Cymorth Cymru connects providers of housing related support, homelessness and other services which enable people to build independent lives in their community.



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