Housing Advice for Young People
Housing Advice for Young People aged between 16 and 25 and their parents or Carers. If you are having difficulties at home, there is help available to you.
The Council's Housing Service, Children's services and Llamau have joined together to open a one stop shop specifically for young people.
236 Holton Road
Vale of Glamorgan
Llamau offers a mediation service which aims to keep you in your home (if it is safe to do so) permanently or until a planned move can be arranged.
They can also offer an assessment from Children's Services and Housing to see what extra support is needed, such as referrals into supported accommodation, help accessing benefits and planning for permanent accommodation. Additionally, Llamau can help you through the Learning4life project and with Careers Wales to access education, training, employment and voluntary opportunities.
If you are a parent or carer of a young person Llamau can offer practical advice if you are struggling.
Telephone numbers and addresses of some local facilities and national help lines that you may find useful:
9 Holton road, Barry CF63 4HA
Shelter Cymru - Shelter provides advice to people in housing need.
Atal Y Fro - Atal Y Fro offers support for people suffering domestic violence.
198 Holton Road, Barry, CF63 4HN
Flying Start - The aim is to support families to give children a better start in life.
Skomer Road, Barry, CF62 9DA
Citizens Advice Bureau - Free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone.
119 Broad Street
Mind - Provides help and support for people with mental health issues.
29 Tynewydd Road, Barry, CF62 8HB
Amy Evans Centre - Offers local services to help people who suffer from mental health issues
190 Holton Road, Barry, CF63 4HN
Newlands - Offers support for those with drug and alcohol addictions.
26 Newland Street, Barry, CF62 8EA