Bridgend County Borough Council,Civic Offices, Angel Street, Bridgend, CF31 4WB

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Vulnerable single young people who require support and young people leaving care


Llamau is a registered charity delivering services to socially excluded homeless and potentially homeless young people and vulnerable women. Client groups include care leavers, young offenders, those at risk of offending, victims of domestic abuse and people who have chaotic and disadvantaged lifestyles.

Ty Cornel, Porthcawl provides temporary accommodation to homeless young persons (16 – 17 years). The accommodation comprises a 9 bedded unit and the tenancy is via a monthly licence agreement. 24 hour staff cover is provided.

Hartshorn House, Maesteg provides temporary accommodation to homeless young persons (16 – 24 years). Accommodation is provided in 8 self contained flats. There is 24 hour support. Hartshorn House is linked with training opportunities and service users are required to attend training under their tenancy agreement which averages 6 to 24 months.

Ewenny Road, Bridgend provides 5 units of temporary accommodation to homeless young persons (16 – 25 years).

Morfa Safe Project, Bridgend provides 4 units of temporary accommodation to homeless young persons (16 & 17 years old).

BRATs is the resettlement scheme funded for 10 units which works on a ‘floating support’ basis.

The Dispersed Service provides 6 units of floating support to young people.

Park Street, Bridgend has 2 units of temporary supported accommodation.

Hafod Care

Hafod Care Association is a Charitable Housing Association and Registered Support Provider overseen by a Board of Trustees.

Bridgend Young Persons Scheme provides 20 units of floating support to young people across all tenures.

BCBC Young Persons Supported Lodgings is directly managed by BCBC’s Aftercare Team located within the Children’ s Directorate and is open to young people aged 16 – 21 years who have been looked after by the Local Authority. The staff to service user ratio for the project is 1:1. Placements are provided by individual support providers who host service users in their own homes. An emergency out of hours service is also provided for both young people and support providers. Support providers provide accommodation on a full board basis, providing the young people living with them with life skills training to prepare them for independent living. SPRG funding is currently received for 8 units of supported housing.

Last Updated: 08/02/2018
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