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CVMHDP have added this Supported Accommodation Directory to the CVMHDP website at the request of the author, Lee Quinney (whilst working as Senior Social Work Practitioner, at the Caswell Clinic in Bridgend (Wales) and with the agreement of all contributors. We are grateful for the financial support of Cardiff Mental Health Promotion Group to enable us to do this.

To the best of our knowledge, the information in this Directory is correct at the date of entry to the website. Information regarding other S Wales areas will be added as soon as updated information has been obtained.

Despite our best efforts and those of the author, we are aware that the contents may not be exhaustive. Information received for inclusion in this directory has been received in good faith and we cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or changes in the information presented within it. We welcome any additions, amendments and updates.
Comments on all aspects of the directory are welcome and can be addressed to:
Unit 11 Williams Court,
Trade St,

Cardiff CF10 5DQ

Tel. 029 2022 2000

Welcome to the second edition of this directory which focuses on supported housing for adults of working age with mental health related support needs. It was first published during 2007 by Lee Quinney Social Work Practitioner, Caswell Clinic. This directory has already been shared with  many  mental health organisations and professionals within the southern areas of Wales.

This directory currently covers the Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan areas of Wales. Once updates have been made the directory will extend to the south-east, south-west, and central areas of Wales, covering the geographical areas of sixteen out of the twenty-two local authorities in Wales. The reason why it does not include all local authorities is because it is meant to cover only those within the geographical locations served by the South Wales Forensic Psychiatric Service. This project began life as a method of providing information to  forensic mental health practitioners, but its success has led to interest from other agencies, and now there is this directory,  which can be accessed by service users,  carers, and the general public.

The link below includes information on the Directory, the regional geography and what the information means. We are working on producing a PDF of the Directory for download.

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