Our Services

Our Services

We currently provide the following services:

Wellbeing Hubs - Our hubs offers a safe environment, advice and a variety of activities.

Therapeutic Support - Facilitate dementia friendly activties in a number of hospital settings within Cardiff.

Information for Dementia Carers - information and resources for Dementia carers

SORTED - Share Our Recovery Through Eating Disorders peer support group, supporting the recovery of ALL Eating Disorders (no formal diagnoses needed).

SHARE - Self Harm Awareness Recovery Education Peer support group, supporting the recovery of ALL Easting Disorders (no formal diagnoses needed).

CASPA - Carers of Austic Spectrum Profiles Alliance peer support group, supporting carers.

Anxiety & Depression - Peer support group for people experiencing anxiety or depression.

LGBTQ+ - Our peer support group for people who identifies as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (or Questioning) and allies.

Better Together - Peer support group for people with early onset of dementia and their support network

Suicide and Bereavement - Peer support group facilitated in Aberdare for people who have been affected by sucide and bereavement

Talking Connections - Our low cost counselling service.

Training - Community training in mental health, MHFA, Anxeity and Depression Workshops.

Information - Information officer availible to promote third sector services within Bridgend.

Community Advocacy Service - Supporting people to be heard and know their rights.

IMCA - Indpendent Mental Capacity Advocacy. Our Advocaates work within the mental capacity act (Swansea, Neath, Port Talbot, Carmarthen, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.

IPA - Independent Professional Advocacy under the Social Services ACT in Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot and Swansea.

PRPR - Paid Relative Persons Representative Working under the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards in line with the Mental Capacity Act.

Litigation Friend - Our advocates can also support referral that have been brought before the court of protection.

Nearest Relative - The Nearest Relative role is an important safeguard for people who are affected by the Mental Health Act.

PIA - We are availible to provide some of our advocacy services "out of area" for spot purchase.se

Lobbying and Campaigning - Raising awareness to remove the stigma and discrimation.

Volunteering Opportunities - a variety of opportunities for individuals to support our charity.


Info for Dementia Carers
Appropriate Adult

     Service Assurance

  • Our commitment to our beneficiaires; We will at all times offer a professional and confidential service.

  • MHM Wales aims to improve the environmental, physical and emotional wellbeing of communities in Wales

  • Our employees are mindful and share our value of the importance of being non judgemental in our approach to delivering services.

  • We can assure our beneficiaires we treat all data and information received and handled in the strictest confidence, and all information received and retained in connection with our beneficiaires complies with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018 (incorporating GDPR legislation). please refer to our 'about us' page for our policy. 

Mental Health Matters Wales

Charity Number: 1123842 Company number: 6468412

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