Our approach is to always work with each person according to their need, at their own level and pace – providing support within the 5 Steps to Wellbeing

We can help with information and support on almost anything and everything that cause worry or can lead to a crisis – from emotional and mental health problems, financial difficulties (Benefits, debt, etc), addictions, housing / homelessness, general health and wellbeing, tackling loneliness / social isolation, job seeking, domestic abuse, relationship problems, bereavement, and so on.


Kaleidoscope runs substance use projects across Wales and supports upwards of 10,000 people a year. We can help you achieve your goals, manage drug and alcohol use, maintain recovery, and find employment and housing.



Our Substance Misuse Services provide confidential, non-judgemental, professional and accessible support which aims to reduce the harm caused by drugs and alcohol to individuals, families and the local community. Our multi-agency teams of skilled professionals work directly with service users and where appropriate their carer, providing access to the most appropriate services to meet their needs and reflect their choices, based on what matters to them. Working in partnership with a range of different organisations, we can help to address difficulties with housing, welfare and financial worries as well as helping service users access training, volunteering and educational opportunities.



You can discuss any concerns you may have, ask advice about issues that matter most to you or learn more about the work of your local Safer Neighbourhood Team.



Gorwel has schemes for supporting individuals and families facing homelessness in Gwynedd.



At Careers Wales we can help you to plan your career, prepare to get a job, and find and apply for the right apprenticeships, courses and training.



Adult Learning Wales, Wales largest Adult Community Learning provider, is an independent voluntary adult education movement, committed to widening participation, promoting active citizenship and skills development, and providing high-quality learning through a collaborative approach across the whole of Wales. We provide access to education from Pre-entry Level learning to Level Four qualifications.



The group aims to support the economy of North Wales by equipping local people with the skills and qualifications needed to ensure the competitiveness and success of the region. The Group’s wide range of courses, high quality learning experiences, first-class facilities and talented staff all contribute towards the achievement of these goals.



Mental health problems can affect any one of us at any time.  Our Community Mental Health teams offer a range of help and support services for people with mental health problems and their carers.



The group aims to support the economy of North Wales by equipping local people with The AA is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.



Mental health problems can affect any one of us. Signposting, supporting and mentoring veterans, emergency services personnel and reservists in safe, quiet and informal surroundings.



Based on the premise of out of court disposals and our offender management principles, Checkpoint Cymru aims to provide a credible alternative to prosecution, by identifying and supporting relevant needs and the ‘critical pathways’ out of crime, with the result being that low and medium adult offenders are diverted away from the Criminal Justice System, whilst also addressing the underlying causes of their offending behaviour.



A group which has been established for 4 years, aimed at supporting individuals who are recovering from a range of issues. The group welcomes ladies between 11-12, and a mixed group from 12-1. A warm and friendly atmosphere with a cuppa and a biscuit. Please contact Canolfan Felin Fach for further information.

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