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Carers Trust North Wales Crossroads Care Services

The charity provides respite support to unpaid carers across North Wales in their own homes, the service is available day or night for all age groups, disabilities or health conditions. We also provide a Dementia Support Service to families across North Wales, providing information, advice, 1-1 and group support.

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Ynys Mon and Gwynedd Mind

Advice and information for people with mental health problems, self-management courses, creative arts courses, mindfulness courses, working with young people, one-to-one confidential support in the community.

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Gwynedd Social Services

Provides a range of social services for children/families, older people, people with disabilities, learning difficulties and mental health problems through 3 area offices. Several specialist teams. Also provides hospital based services. Out of hours emergencies phone 01286 353 551.

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Gwynedd Citizens Advice (Meirionnydd Advice Centre)

Advice and information on a range of issues, including benefits and welfare rights, consumer issues, employment and housing rights, money and debt.

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RASA Centre (Rape and Sexual Abuse)

Helpline offering counselling, information and support for women, men, girls and boys who are survivors of rape, sexual assault, child sexual abuse or any other form of sexual violence. Face-to-face counselling, helpline support and an ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Advisor) Service supporting clients from report to court. Women only space with women workers. Children’s one to one support.

Centre of Sign-Sight-Sound

Services for deaf people, people who are hard of hearing, deafened, deafblind, their families and professionals. Advice, information and support. Equipment demonstrations and advice. Communication support service: interpreting (sign language, deaf/blind communication, lip speakers). Publications, newsletter and e bulletin. Family Support and Accessible Health Liaison Service. Deaf communication awareness training and British Sign Language

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TGP Cymru - North Wales Advocacy Service

Advice, information and advocacy for looked after children and young people

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MESMAC North Wales

Helpline, advice and information for men who have sex with men, lesbians, bisexuals, transgendered people. Access to free condoms and lubricants. Advice and information in gay venues across North Wales. Drop-in at Abbey Road Centre, Abbey Road, Bangor on the last Saturday of the month 1.30pm-4pm. Calls welcome anytime, but helpline may not always be staffed.

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Bangor and District Women's Aid

Information, support and assistance for women and children experiencing domestic violence. Referrals to refuges and other emergency accommodation. Information and help with related legal issues, eg injunctions. Emergency telephone access outside office hours.

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Cruse Bereavement Care - North Wales Area

Counselling for anyone who has been bereaved. Children's counsellors available for bereaved children. Clients usually seen in a centre but can be seen in their own homes. Crisis support team deployed at short notice. Support groups for people following one-to-one support. PLUS: Cruse National telephone helpline: 0808 808 1677, or for children and young people - 0808 808 1677. Both Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm.

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