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Do you know where you're staying tonight?

If you're sleeping rough, risking staying with strangers or think you've outstayed a welcome from friends or family, contact us today.

01407 761653


£12 will...

will provide meals for one week for someone who is Rough Sleeping

Citrus Fruits


The Lighthouse Day Centre would appreciate donations of fresh food items, including; milk, bread, fruit, vegetables and meat

Moving Day

£150 could buy...

an essential household starter pack for someone gaining a tenancy of their own for the first time

£120 could get...

a rough sleeper pack for someone who is rough sleeping

A Rough Sleeper Pack contains...

  • Tent

  • Sleeping bag

  • Flask

  • Waterproof poncho

  • Foil blanket

  • Torch

  • Hat

  • Gloves

  • Socks

  • Wet wipes

  • Toothbrush and Toothpaste

  • First Aid Kit

“When I moved into the Supported Accommodation, I had nothing, I didn’t know how I was supposed to get any money or find anywhere to live. When I moved into the project, I was so grateful not only to have my own bedroom and bathroom but I had already been provided with bedding, towels, cutlery and some food to get me started. The staff and other residents were so welcoming and kind which eased a lot of my anxiety. Staff at the project helped me get some ID, set up a bank account and Universal Credit so that I would have an income. But not only that, I was able to have somebody to talk to on a regular basis and access to support and advice that I had never had before. I have been able to receive support for my mental health and feel like a completely different person from before I moved in. I was able to pass my college exams and have even been accepted in to university now to continue my education. The skills I have learnt since living at the project have given me confidence that I will be able to cope with living alone in the future.”

Coedlys Resident Feedback

"I moved to the house when I was 20. I had anxiety, depression and was terrified about what it would be like. We were in lockdown, mum’s was overcrowded and I had to move across the island. At first I struggled to come downstairs, but my support worker really helped me boost my confidence. I starting going out and got involved in activities. I loved the gardening, made friends with everyone and the staff were lovely. About 6 months I felt good enough in myself to apply for a job. I got it, and it was the biggest confidence boost of my life. Recently I was offered the chance to move to the bungalows. I was sceptical about whether I was ready and nervous about sharing with just one other person, but it was a great decision. I still pop into the office for a chat, but I’ve realised I can manage on my own. I’m about to move on to my own flat. Things with my family are far better. We’re so much closer– we speak regularly and we’ve booked a holiday together."

Llys y Gwynt Resident Feedback


Advice for young people



We’re incredibly grateful to the group of service users who took the time to talk to some of our team about the difficulties they face getting the help and support they need, and we were so happy to see them get out and have a great time racing afterward! We don’t know who had more fun, the racers or our staff watching them from the side-lines! Days out like this are just one of the ways we engage with and support the people who use our services and gives us a chance to get valuable feedback while providing fun, sociable events and activities. Feedback and input on our services is vital to help us design and deliver projects that make a difference in our communities. If you or someone you know has had support from us, or other organisations or charities on Anglesey, we would love to hear from you.

Cycling Land's End to John O' Groats

Digartref Cyf's Chair of Trustees Julia Morgan and her husband Wyn cycled the 1050 miles from Land's End to John O'Groats to raise over £5,000 for Digartref.


Residents of Coedlys are thankful for all the staff of the NHS and all that they do.


We are extremely pleased to announce, that the National Lottery Community Fund have awarded a £1,485,219 grant over 5 years to deliver a partnership project across Ynys Mon that will aim to help end rural homelessness through the delivery of a multi-agency project.

Celebrating 25 years

Digartref celebrated its 25th birthday in January 2023.

A celebration event was held at The Ucheldre Centre in Holyhead, the event was very well attended with guests including past and present staff, volunteers, service users, friends and supporters.

2022-2023 Statistics

Total Number of Referrals


Lighthouse Day Centre

Total Number of Referrals


Supported Housing for 16-24 year olds

Total Supported by the Collaborative Outreach Team


Certificates awarded through the Inspire Project


Referrals for Mediation & Family Led Intervention


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