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Crisis in Wales

We provide one to one support for homeless people in South Wales, and are developing long-term solutions to end homelessness for good.

English / Cymraeg

Together we will end homelessness in Wales

In Wales our team in Swansea provides education, training and support for homeless people in South Wales.

We carry out research to understand homelessness in Wales and campaign for the changes needed to end it for good.

Throughout our 50th anniversary year, we have consulted with more than 1,000 people across Britain to produce a long-term plan to end homelessness. We are launching the plan in Wales on Thursday, 14 June 2018. Register now for the launch event.

Britain could end homelessness within 10 years with the right measures in place, says a landmark report by Crisis, backed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dame Louise Casey, and international homelessness experts.


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“These figures are a devastating reminder that rough sleeping is beyond dangerous – it’s deadly, and it’s claiming more and more lives each year. Those sleeping on our streets are exposed to everything from sub-zero temperatures, to violence and abuse, and fatal illnesses."


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In April 2017, Crisis announced a big ambition: a plan to end homelessness, once and for all. Since then, we’ve been consulting far and wide to find out what changes are needed for us to end homelessness in Great Britain. We’re now in the final stage of our consultation, which is all about consensus and prioritisation.


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Homelessness Monitor Wales

The Homelessness Monitor Wales 2017 is the third report in Wales of an independent study, commissioned by Crisis and funded by Crisis and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, of the homelessness impacts of recent economic and policy developments in the UK. Making use of published data, a local authority survey, and informant interviews the monitor offers a comprehensive state of the nation report for homelessness in Wales.

The Homelessness Monitor: Wales 2017

Local ways to get involved

Volunteer

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Volunteer for Crisis in Wales
Everybody In: How to end homelessness in Wales

Throughout our 50th anniversary year, we have consulted with more than 1,000 people across Britain to produce a long-term plan to end homelessness. We are launching the plan in Cardiff on Thursday, 14 June 2018.


Register now for the launch event