Digartref is a not for profit registered charity and has been providing support and assistance to those affected by homelessness since 1998. Providing both short and long term solutions for those experiencing or at risk of becoming homeless.
Since 1998 the charity has expanded the range of homeless prevention services it provides and now offers assistance to those aged 16 upwards with no upper age limit.
Digartref run a range of homeless prevention projects and programs which aim to reduce homelessness and its impact, ensuring as many people as possible access the support that meets their individual needs and circumstances.
"To alleviate homelessness and the related effects on individuals, families and our communities"
To work in an open and inclusive way and be accountable.
To promote equality and diversity.
To ensure quality of service.
To be efficient and effective.
To respect, support and empower those we work with.
To value, support and invest in our staff and volunteers.
To work towards meeting the needs of our communities, developing and maintaining professional working partnerships.
Aims & Objectives
The prevention of homelessness and the reduction of its impact on local communities.
Our aim will be achieved through the following objectives:
Through the development of homeless prevention programs.
Through the delivery of tenancy related support services and the provision of safe and secure temporary accommodation.
Through the delivery of a resettlement service including the provision of advice and information.
Through the delivery of mediation and parenting, education and training programmes.