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

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CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF DIGARTREF

1998-2019

DONATE

£10 will...

feed a Rough Sleeper for one week.

£15 would cover the costs...

for a young person staying in Nightstop

£15 could pay...

to get a young person off the streets for a night.

£65 could get...

a rough sleeper pack for someone who is rough sleeping

A Rough Sleeper Pack contains...

  • Sleeping bag

  • Flask

  • Waterproof poncho

  • Foil blanket

  • Torch

  • Hat

  • Gloves

  • Socks

  • Wet wipes

  • Toothbrush and Toothpaste

  • Bottle of water 

  • Snacks and Soup sachets

  • First Aid Kit

MY EXPERIENCE OF LIVING IN SUPPORTED HOUSING

"When I first moved into Supported housing, I was frightened. I had only heard bad things about living in a ‘hostel’ so I assumed it would be a bad experience.

 

I was very stressed out after being made homeless. so this heightened my nerves and anxiety.

3 months into my stay, I took my AS Level exams and passed. I had a lack of academic abilities before I received support from the staff.

 

My mental health improved and I began seeking help through counselling.

Now, I am applying for universities and looking for a small place to move into closer to my family and partner.

 

I’ve improved with my physical health and my mental health and moods are on a steady incline.

 

Since moving into Supported Housing, I have made lifelong strong friendships."

OUR EXPERIENCE OF VOLUNTEERING AT THE LIGHTHOUSE DAY CENTRE

“I love working in the centre, clients are so appreciative of the support given, and it’s great to see them happy and made up because someone cares”.

“I find the work interesting and worthwhile and it’s good to see the clients so relaxed and happy and I enjoy working alongside the staff”.

SHELTER CYMRU

Advice for young people

NEWS & EVENTS

DOMESTIC ABUSE 

COVID CAMPAIGN

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.

NHS

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

Celebrating 21 years

Digartref celebrated its 21st birthday in January 2020, they wanted to mark the occasion by embarking on a range of fundraising challenges and events with an overall aim of raising at least £21,000 throughout 2019.

A celebration event was held at The Ucheldre Centre in Holyhead on January 28th, the event was very well attended with guests including past and present staff, volunteers, service users, friends and supporters.

2020-2021 Statistics

Total Number of Referrals

458

(Supported Housing,

Day Centre, Llety Pontio, Collaborative Outreach, Generic Floating Support)

Total Female Referrals

31%

 

(Supported Housing,

Day Centre, Llety Pontio, Collaborative Outreach, Generic Floating Support)

Certificates awarded through the Inspire Project

122

Total Male Referrals

69%

 

(Supported Housing,

Day Centre, Llety Pontio, Collaborative Outreach, Generic Floating Support)

Referrals for Mediation & Family Led Intervention

173