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WHAT IS

Digartref Cyf is the lead organisation of a partnership project that has received a 5-year funding grant from the National Lottery Community Fund.  

 

The Gwreiddiau Mon Roots project will deliver a range of services alongside its partners that aim to prevent homelessness, and address the stigma and prejudice faced by homeless people.

 The partnership includes the following organisations:

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Digartref

The lead organisation and responsible for coordinating this homeless prevention project. In addition, it delivers the ‘Revolving Door’ Prisoner Release Support Service and attends with partners the community drop ins/surgeries across the island.  

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Wild Elements

develop and deliver activities for those accessing the project that want to get involved in Arts & Crafts, a Gardening Programme, Training Programmes and Workshops as well as volunteering opportunities.

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National Probation Service

working closely with the local authority and Digartref Cyf, identifies and refers suitable/eligible Prison Leavers into the service to enable them to access a high level of support and reduce risk of losing accommodation and returning to prison.

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Isle of Anglesey County Council

working closely with the National Probation Service and Digartref Cyf as well as the other partners, it identifies and refers suitable/eligible Prison Leavers into the service, enabling them to access a high level of support and reduce risk of losing accommodation and returning to prison. In addition, makes available to deliver drop in/surgeries, a range of community lounges across rural areas of Anglesey.

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Bwyd Da Mon

those attending the projects drop-ins/surgeries are given the opportunity to subscribe to the offer of £20 worth of food for £5. It runs a  “click and collect” service, whereby their members can opt to pick up their food parcels from a more convenient location rather than needing to travel.

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Mon CF

provide support in relation to a person’s employment needs, offering mentoring, support with job applications, self-employment, start-ups, training and volunteering opportunities.

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Mind Conwy

provide a mental health and wellbeing practitioner to offer 1-1 support, through regular support calls and face to face meetings. Mind can also offer counselling sessions to support those who require it.

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Citizens Advice

provide an Integrated Money Advice Caseworker as well as generalist caseworker support in relation to debt, welfare benefits, budgeting and any other issues presented. Attends with partners the community drop ins/surgeries across the island.

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National Lottery Community Fund

Over the next five years, the partnership will focus on expanding provision in rural areas and offering a prison release service for those who experience repeat homelessness and imprisonment. The project has received a grant of nearly £1.5 million from our Helping End Homelessness programme, thanks to National Lottery players.

How To

You can request support in the following way:

Fill in the referral form which can be downloaded from www.digartref.co.uk,

Email Gwreiddiaumonroots@digartref.co.uk

 

Or phone 01407 761 653.

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