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Homelessness Prevention Services

Our project at Llys Seion has six flats in Pwllheli that are available to homeless individuals and families where we can offer support and advice for independent living. The Floating Support Scheme is a Gwynedd wide service to help families and individuals to live in their homes independently.

The aim of the Gwynedd Homeless Liaison Project is to provide a high quality support housing service for single people and families aged 16 and over, with multiple support needs. This might include homelessness, substance misuse, a background of crime, mental health and low level learning disability problems.

The Anglesey Older People project provides housing related ‘floating’ support for people aged 55 years and over in Anglesey.  The service is delivered seven days a week and provides short, medium and long term support to enable older people to live as independently as possible.  It is available for social and private tenants as well as owner-occupiers

Over in the Hafod, a supported housing project in Denbigh, young people aged between 16-25 from Denbighshire who need help to plan for their future are supported by encouraging them to gain tenancy management skills and access employment. The project works closely with HWB Dinbych, who share the same building. Also within Hafod is a Floating Support Scheme available to young people aged 16-25 who need support to establish and maintain a tenancy within their community.

Another support scheme in Denbighshire is our provision to help people who need mental health support. This is a floating scheme which is available to support individuals who suffer mental illness and need help to establish and maintain a tenancy in their homes.

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