uk (for general enquiries - please see below for other queries). Tell us about someone who is rough sleeping.

Richard Edwards, chief executive of the Huggard Centre.


This is how homeless families in Cardiff are being treated. For more information contact: Geraldine Jones, Nurse for Homeless Adults. For urgent advice please call our expert housing advice helpline on 08000 495 495.

This is sometimes known as ‘emergency’ or ‘interim’ accommodation.

You can let us know about someone who is rough sleeping via our web form or by texting 'REALCHANGE' to 80800. If you are 18 to 21 years old and at risk of homelessness you can access specialist help at our Young Persons Accommodation Gateway: 53 Charles Street, Cardiff, CF10 2DG. 12,908 likes · 62 talking about this · 251 were here.

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Jun 26, 2019 · Cardiff homeless shelter dismantled outside city hall this morning (Image: Wales Online).

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In some situations the council may offer you emergency housing while they are deciding what other help to give you. Huggard is Wales’s leading centre for people who are sleeping rough or vulnerably housed in Cardiff.

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Applicants can self-refer or be referred by outside agencies, for an assessment of their housing and support needs.

Jun 26, 2019 · Cardiff homeless shelter dismantled outside city hall this morning (Image: Wales Online).

Advice for people in housing need from Shelter Cymru. nhs. .

Homeless Guide is available in 34 cities and towns: London Essex Hertfordshire Kent Brighton, Hove, Worthing and Eastbourne Portsmouth Bournemouth Plymouth Truro Newquay Bath Bristol Cardiff Birmingham Dudley Peterborough Cambridge Norwich Nottingham Sheffield Liverpool Manchester Bradford Leeds York Durham Newcastle. Drop-ins. . . BBC Wales social affairs correspondent.

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“We have a lot of young people approaching Shelter after coming out to their parents and then getting forced to leave their family homes,” said Kath Dobie, head of the LGBTQ project at Shelter Cymru.

losing their family or rented home.


The Wallich’s first ever hostel, which opened in 1978, still to this day provides accommodation.

Registered address: 23-25 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9HA.