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					       Organisation             Address               Phone No.                Email

                       Arch Initiatives Cymru,
                       Dewi Sant Centre, Clwyd
ARCH Initiatives       Street, Rhyl. LL18 3LA. 01745 345900           www.archinitiatives.com




                       The Dawn Centre, 35-37,
                       Princes Drive, Colwyn
CAIS                   Bay. LL29 8PD           01492 523690           www.cais.co.uk




Canolfan Dewi Sant     Clwyd Building, Clwyd     01745 345900/01745
Centre                 Street, Rhyl. LL18 3LA.   356467             rhylenquiries@sova.org.uk




CJIW (Community        Oak House, 12, The
Justice Intervention   Bulwark, Brecon, Powys.
Wales)                 LD3 7AD                 07800 628680           www.cjiw.org
Community Drugs &     7, Brighton Rd, Rhyl,                       www.denbighshire.gov.
Alcohol Services      LL18 3EY                 01745 338868       uk




                      Brierley House, Ferry
                      Farm Road, Llandudno
                      Junction, Conwy. LL31                       www.crestcooperative.c
Crest Cooperative     9SF                      01492 896783       o.uk




Drug Intervention     13, Princes Drive,
Programme             Colwyn Bay. LL29 8HT     01492 533269       www.nwsmf.org.uk




Evolve Outdoor        Ein Bwythyn, Llanrwst,   07812983841/079394 www.evolveoutdoors.co
Experience            Conwy.                   48162              .uk




North Wales Women's   46-54, Water Street,                        www.northwaleswomen
Centre                Rhyl. LL18 1SS           01745 339331       scentre.co.uk



                      ECP Central, Epworth
Substance Misuse      Lodge, Brighton Road,
Action Team (SMAT)    Rhyl. LL18 3HF           01745 344521       www.nwsmf.org.uk
                        Flat 3, Glan Y Mor
                        House, Conwy Old Road,
TAPE - Community        Penmaenmawr, Conwy.                         www.tapemusicandfilm.
Music & Film            LL34 6UY                         7990888883 co.uk




                        Alexandra House, Abergele
                        Road, Colwyn Bay. LL29                      www.northwalesprobati
Wales Probation Trust   9YF                       01492 513413      on.gov.uk
        Service Description              Client Group/Eligibility  Stage of Pathway           Referral Routes
Provides services for anyone
experiencing difficulty with substance
misuse and offending across North      History of substance misuse
Wales.                                 and offending behaviour. Stage 1: Positive Activity Open referral system


Providing a range of services to
people who are experiencing
problems with their alcohol or drug
use, as well as offering help, support
and information to their family, friends
and significant others. The services
include: assessment, counselling, brief
interventions, supporting people in
their homes, helping people who are
homeless, assisting people back into
work or education and information
giving. Assistance consists of possible
support for funding towards                                            Stage 1: Positive Activity
equipment for those entering into                                      > Stage 2: Work
training or work, administered through History of substance and        Preparation initial        Self referral/health
the CAMRE bursary.                       alcohol misuse.               Stages                     professionals

A drop-in resource for individuals
living chaotic lifestyles. Services
include: hot food and drinks, shower
facilities, clothes store, one-to-one
support with the added guidance from
local agencies specialising in specific
issues. Training opportunities within the
Centre, as well as entertainment in the
form of a TV, cards, board games            The Centre users must be
and sports activities. Advice given on      16+, homeless/no fixed     Stage 1: Positive
local employment, training and              abode, serious             Activity>Stage 2: Work
education, housing, budgeting and           drug/alcohol issues or     Preparation Initial    Self-referral/community
debt management.                            mental health problems.    stages.                organisations

Supporting those who are
unemployed, offenders or who are at
risk of offending with: opportunities to
gain Duke of Edinburgh Award
qualifications, Endeavour Award,         Unemployed>offending          Stage 1: Positive
OCN's, Signposting and Support and history/substance misuse            Activity>Stage 3: Work Self referral>community
Social Enterprise opportunities.         history/young people.         preparation later stages. organisations>
Provided through Social Services at
Denbighshire County Council. Services
include: assessments of people's needs
to address the help needed,
counselling, treatment, information,
support and advice. The service can in
some circumstances, provide training.
Rehabilitation is offered also. Social
Services has a criteria for who will get
priority for this service. This is based
on prioritising individuals according to
the level of need and risk and                                                                    Self-referral>health
motivation to change.                    Alcohol/substance misuse      Stage 1: Positive Activity professionals


ACE Programme (Assisted
Community Engagement): Aimed at              Ex-offenders>substance                                 Self referral> Wales
ex-offenders or those with substance         misuse>recently made      Stage 2:Work                 Probation
misuse problems. Provides supported          redundant (case by case   preparation Initial stages   Service>Nacro>Youth
work environment with emphasis on            basis)>Unemployed 6       > Stage 3: Work              Offending Team>Drug
addressing social and personal issues.       months+                   preparation Later stages     Intervention Programme

Aiming to reduce drug related crime
by accessing more drug misusing,
getting them into treatment and
supporting them through and after                                      Stage 1: Positive Activity
treatment and sentences. Services                                      - Stage 2: Work
include encouraging the service users        Substance Misuse>Ex-      preparation initial        Self referral>Community
into sustainable employment.                 offenders> 18+            stages.                    Organisation
Originally aimed at groups of young
adults whose lives are in chaos; it aims
                                       Substance/alcohol misuse >
to teach transferable life skills, raising                             Stage 1: Positive Activity
self confidence and moving the         young people> mental            > Stage 2: Work
individual into or towards the         health issues> ex-              Preparation initial        Self referral>community
job/training market.                   offenders>unemployed            Stages                     organisations
                                       Women
                                       only>Unemployed>offende
Provision of training, information and rs>substance/alcohol
support. Employment advice,            misuse>young                    Stage1: Positive Activity
volunteering, work experience and      people>mental health            > Stage 5: In work        All referral routes and
social activities for women aged 18+ issues>Homeless                   longer term support       self referral
co-ordinating treatment services
and enforcement activity to stifle
the illegal supply of drugs and
alcohol, and the provision of                                          Stage 1: Positive Activity Self referral>
training and educational                                               - Stage 3: Work            Community
programmes.                            Substance Misuse                preparation later stages Organisations
Social Enterprise, set up to provide
safe, supportive environments where
people of all ages and abilities can
explore their creative ideas through
music, film and the arts. Provides
bespoke workshops and projects in
song writing, playing instruments,
recording, performance, all aspects of
film making, digital photography,        Young
drama, podcasting, dj'ing, creative      people>Substance/alcohol   Stage 1: Positive Activity
writing and more. Available to all       misuse>Homeless>unemplo    - Stage 2: Work
ages and abilities. Including the        yed>mental health          preparation initial        All referral routes and
delivery of BTEC wards.                  issues>ex-offender         stages.                    self referral

Responsible for the delivery of
programmes of supervision for
offenders subject to Community
Orders or following release from a
custodial sentence. Access to services
through the sentencing process, ages
18+. Service users are able to access
a significant range of services                                                                Determined by the
associated with employment training Ex-offenders>Offenders          Stages 1:Positive Activity Sentence Plan. Referral
and education through the partnership subject to sentence of        > Stage 3: Work            by the Offender
network that the service accesses.     Courts. 18+                  preparation later stages Manager.
      Organisation              Address             Phone No             Email



                          64 Brighton Rd,
Benefit Advice Shop       Rhyl , LL18 3HP      01745 345145    info@bashop.tv



Business Information                                           business.information@denb
Service                   DCC                  01745 332660    ighshire.gov.uk




                          11 Water St, Rhyl,
Citizen's Advice Bureau   LL18 1SP             01745 334568    www.dcab.co.uk

                          17-19, Bodfor
Clwyd Coast Credit        Street, Rhyl. LL18
Union                     1AS.                 01745 361274    enquiries@cccu.co.uk




                      Unit D, Station
                      Building, Bodfor
Community Development Street, Rhyl. LL18
Agency                1AT.                     01745 360260    www.denbighshire.gov.uk


                          Denbighshire
                          County Council, Yr
                          Hen Garchar, 46,
Family Information        Clwyd Street,
Service                   Ruthin. LL15 1HP     01824 708220    fis@denbighshire.gov.uk




                          The Hub, 69-75,
Rhyl Youth Information    Wellington Road,
Service                   Rhyl. LL18 1BE       01745 334500    www.ryag.org.uk
                      John Davies
                      Building, 82 Marsh
South West            Road, Rhyl. LL18
Communities First     2AE                  01745 332528    www.swrcf.org.uk




                      Denbighshire
                      County Council,
                      Ffronfraith, Churton
                      Road, Rhyl. LL18
Welfare Rights Unit   3DP.                 0800 169 6625   www.denbighshire.gov.uk
                                                Client
          Service Description               Group/Eligibility    Stage of Pathway      Referral Routes
A service for people who need
immediate/urgent advice about
welfare benefit matters. People can
call for advice or book an
appointment with an advisor.              All Groups            No Pathway            None
Helps new and existing businesses
with all their business information                             Stage 3: Work
needs and act as a signposting                                  preparation later
service to other business support                               stages > Stage 4: In
providers.                                Self-employment       work early support Self referral
Provides advice and information to
citizens to advise them of their rights
and responsibilities, as well as
influencing policy and legislation
both locally and nationally. Also
provides training to a generalist
advisor certificate level and offers
supported training placements for
admin workers.                            All Groups            No Pathway            None
A non-profit making organisation
that offers a friendly, convenient and
easy place to save, with access to        All Groups >
low cost loans.                           Volunteers            No Pathway            None
Delivering a holistic approach in
support of community activity. A well
equipped centre, encouraging joint
working between groups and
individuals using the equipment and
the resources at the Centre. An
essential element of the service is
the provision of informal education
and training including: Computers                               Stage 1: Positive
with free internet access,                                      Activity > Stage 2:
reprographic equipment, training                                Work preparation
materials, production of                                        Initial Stages &      Self
promotional/publicity material, loan                            Stage 4: In work      referral>Communi
of equipment.                             All Groups            early support         ty organisation
Provides free information, support
and guidance on all aspects of
childcare and children and young
people's services. Also provides
information on specific issues
affecting families of children aged 0-
20.                                       All Groups            No Pathway            None

Free service where qualified youth
workers support individuals to explore
options and make informed choices.                              Stage 3: Work
Internet/computer access, printing,       Young people >        Preparation Initial
photocopying and telephone access.        Unemployed > Ex-      Stages > Stage 4: In Self referral (drop-
Private room for talks. Jobs board.       Offenders             work early support in)
Works with other organisations and
groups in order to improve the lives
of people in South West Rhyl and to
regenerate the area through
capacity building, and supporting
groups and individuals to provide a
wide range of services that promote
equality and diversity. Training                             Stage 1: Positive
courses can be available, as well as                         Activity > Stage 3:   Self
a wide range of activities and       All Groups, residents   Work preparation      referrals>Commun
events.                              of South West Rhyl      later stages          ity organisations

                                                                                  Via Social
Advice and advocacy with in and out                                               Services and
of work social security benefits and                                              Housing
tax credits. Tribunal representation.                                             Department staff
Information given on housing and                                                  > Glan Clwyd
employment rights, personal debts,                           Stages 3: Work       Cancer Treatment
energy efficiency and accessing                              Preparation Later    Centre staff >
relevant services. Home visits may                           Stages > Stage 4: In Freephone
be possible.                          All Groups             work Early support helpline number
        Organisation                   Address                 Phone No




                             Unit A, The Village, West
Denbighshire Youth Service   Parade, Rhyl. LL18 1HZ       01745 345234




                             Ein Bwythyn, Llanrwst,       07812983841/0793944
Evolve Outdoor Experience    Conwy.                       8162




                             Denbighshire County Council,
                             Yr Hen Garchar, 46, Clwyd
Family Information Service   Street, Ruthin. LL15 1HP     01824 708220




                             St Davids House, Mochdre
                             Business Park, Mochdre,
North Wales Training         Colwyn Bay. LL28 5HB         01492 543431




                             The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
Princes Trust                Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE         01745 350051
Rhyl Adventure Playground     Rhydwen Close Playing
Association                   Fields, Rhyl. LL18 2AY        01745 344751


Rhyl Football In The          Belle Vue, Grange Road,
Community                     Rhyl. LL18 4BV                01745 334441




Rhyl Youth Action Group       The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
(RYAG)                        Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE          01745 334500




                               The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
Rhyl Youth Information Service Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE         01745 344590




                             John Davies Building, 82
South West Communities First Marsh Road, Rhyl. LL18 2AE 01745 332528




                              Flat 3, Glan Y Mor House,
                              Conwy Old Road,
TAPE - Community, Music &     Penmaenmawr, Conwy. LL34
Film                          6UY                                    7990888883
West Rhyl Young Peoples         30, Bedford Street, Rhyl.
Project                         LL18 1SY                        01745 351293




Y Dyfodol                       Crescent Road, Rhyl. LL18 1TL   01745 345291




                                68, Conwy Road, Colwyn
Youth Inclusion project (YIP)   Bay. LL29 7LD.                  01492 523500
                                                                                      Client
              Email                          Service Description                  Group/Eligibility

                                  Denbighshire Youth Service runs Youth
                                  Centres, Detached and Outreach projects,
                                  the Duke of Edinburgh Award and other
                                  accreditation programmes, as well as
                                  Open Access holiday Play schemes in
                                  communities throughout the County and    Young People 11-25
youth.service@denbighshire.gov.uk throughout the year.                     years
                                    Originally aimed at groups of young         Substance/alcohol
                                    adults whose lives are in chaos; Evolve     misuse > young
                                    Outdoor Experience aims to teach            people> mental health
                                    transferable life skills, raising self      issues> ex-
                                    confidence and moving the individual into   offenders>unemploye
www.evolveoutdoors.co.uk            or towards the job/training market.         d

                                    The Service is concerned with young
                                    people's personal and social development,
                                    their education, health, empowerment and
                                    access to information and resources that Young people >
                                    will enable them to move from             Unemployed > Ex-
fis@denbighshire.gov.uk             dependence to independence.               Offenders

                                    Skillbuild Programme - A
                                    programme designed to address the
                                    basic skills needs, remove barriers to
                                    accessing job related training and
                                    employability, increase confidence
                                    and motivation, access occupational
                                    learning up to NVQ Level 3. North           Young
                                    Wales Training runs a number of             People>Unemployed>
                                    programmes: Princes Trust Team              Ex-Offenders>Contact
                                    Programme for unemployed 16-25              North Wales Training
                                    year olds. Flexible New Deal, work          for full eligibility
www.nwtraining.co.uk                based courses and short courses.            details.

                                                                                Young People aged
                                                                                14-30 who fall into the
                                                                                Princes Trust's target
                                                                                groups>Unemployed>
                                                                                Ex-
                                                                                Offenders>Substance/
                                                                                alcohol
                                                                                misuse>Disability>men
                                    Offers a range of personal development      tal health issues>
                                    programmes that improve skills, develop     Volunteers> self
                                    confidence and direct young people          employment>
                                    toward education, training, employment      carers/leaving
www.princes-trust.org.uk            and self employment.                        care>lacking skills.
                             An open-access play facility open 7 days
                             a week, 360 days of the year. School
                             term time is open 4pm till 8pm. Open
                             between 12pm and 4pm during school
                             holidays and weekends. In addition to the
                             playground, there is also an IT suite within
                             the building, staffed 2 sessions per week
                             to support young people with IT work,
                             including CV's and job searches. Also,
                             funding permitting, trips are organised for
willrugby@hotmail.co.uk      young people during the school holidays. Young People

                                                                               Young
                             Using the skill of football to provide            People>unemployed>l
tracey@rhylfcitc.com         training programmes in basic skills.              acking skills.
                               Young People's organisation providing
                               programmes, services and activities for
                               children and young people. Via our projects
                               we hope to improve the general health and
                               wellbeing, confidence, citizenship and
                               position in society of young people. Services
                               include: Support with training, employment
                               and the development of skills. Facilities       Young people>Ex-
                               include an evening youth club with youth        Offender>Unemploye
www.ryag.org.uk                cafe.                                           d> Lack of skills.
                             Free service where qualified youth
                             workers support individuals to explore
                             options and make informed choices.
                             Internet/computer access, printing,
                             photocopying and telephone access.                Young people in need
infoshop@ryag.org.uk         Private room for talks. Jobs board.               of advice

                             Works with other organisations and
                             groups in order to improve the lives of
                             people in South West Rhyl and to
                             regenerate the area through capacity
                             building, and supporting groups and
                             individuals to provide a wide range of
                             services that promote equality and
                             diversity. Training courses can be
                             available, as well as a wide range of All Groups, residents
www.swrcf.org.uk             activities and events.                  of South West Rhyl

                             Social Enterprise, set up to provide safe,
                             supportive environments where people of
                             all ages and abilities can explore their
                             creative ideas through music, film and the
                             arts. Provides bespoke workshops and
                             projects in song writing, playing                 Young
                             instruments, recording, performance, all          people>Substance/alc
                             aspects of film making, digital                   ohol
                             photography, drama, podcasting, DJing,            misuse>Homeless>une
                             creative writing and more. Available to all       mployed>mental
                             ages and abilities. Including the delivery        health issues>ex-
www.tapemusicandfilm.co.uk   of BTEC awards.                                   offender
                       Working with young people aged 14-
                       25 on a wide range of issues,
                       including: sexual health, sexuality,
                       budgeting, nutrition, housing and
                       homelessness, employment,
                       education and training opportunities.
                       Specific support is given by a sexual        Young People aged
                       health advisor, drug and alcohol             14-25 with a wide
info@rhylyouth.co.uk   worker and a careers advisor.                range of issues

                       Supported living scheme for 16-25 year
                       olds and young single homeless people,
                       providing accommodation, training and
                       support, enabling and motivating
                       individuals to take control of their lives   Young People Ages 16-
                       and achieve independence. There are          25/Single and
                       opportunities through the provision of       Homeless>Volunteers>
                       training, employment, education, leisure,    lack of skills>Ex-
                       hobbies and voluntary sector involvement.    offender>substance/al
www.pennaf.co.uk       Eligibility: 16-25, single and homeless.     cohol misuse.

                       A tailor-made programme for
                       young people who have been
                       identified as being at high risk of
                       involvement in offending or anti-
                       social behaviour and aims to help
                       reduce youth crime. The
                       programme gives young people
                       somewhere safe to go where they
                       can learn new skills, take part in           Young
                       activities with others and get               People>Offenders/ris
                       support with their education and             k of offending>8-17
www.yjb.gov.uk         careers guidance.                            yr olds
 Stage of Pathway       Referral Routes




Stage 1:Positive
Activity > Stage 2:
Work Preparation
initial Stages         Self referral


Stage 1: Positive
Activity > Stage 2:    Self
Work Preparation       referral>community
initial Stages         organisations



Stage 1: Positive
Activity>Stage 2:
Work preparation       Self referral (drop-
initial stages         in)




Stage 1: Positive      Careers Wales>Job
Activity>Stage 5:In    Centre
work longer term       Plus>Serco>Self
support                referral




Stage 1: Positive      Self
Activity>Stage 4: In   referral>community
work early support     organisations
Stage 1: Positive
Activity               Drop-in
Stage 1: Positive
Activity>Stage 3:      Self
Work preparation       referral>community
later stages.          organisations




Stage 1: Positive
Activity>Stage 4: In
work early support     Drop-in


Stage 1: Positive
Activity>Stage 3:
Work preparation
later stages.          Drop-in




Stage 1: Positive
Activity > Stage 3:    Self
Work preparation       referrals>Communit
later stages           y organisations




Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 2:
Work preparation       All referral routes
initial stages.        and self referral
Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 4: In
work early support       Drop-in




                         Self referral>DCC
Stage 1: Positive        Homeless
Activity>Stage 2:        section>Social
Work preparation         Services>Community
initial stages           organisations.




                         Self
Stage 1: Positive        referral>Community
Activity - Stage 3:      Organisations>Scho
Work preperation         ols>Health
later stages             professionals.
        Organisation              Address                    Phone No.




                          Operational Support Unit,
                          Jobcentre Plus, 1st Floor,
                           Alexandra House, 377
                           Cowbridge Road East,        02920 423291 textphone
       Access to Work     Canton, Cardiff CF5 1WU          02920 644886




                          17-19 Kinmel Street, Rhyl,
        A4e Pathways            Denbighshire               01745 361693




                        15, Madoc Street, Rhyl. LL20
Cam Ymlaen              2TL                            01492 870788
                        Cefndy Healthcare
                        Cefndy Road
                        Rhyl
                        LL18 2HG
Cefndy Healthcare                                      01745 343877



                        9, Victoria Avenue, Prestatyn.
Co-options Ltd          LL19 9DF                       01745 851454
                               Unit 4, Westbourne Centre,
Fit for Work Service           Wood Road, Rhyl. LL18 1DZ     01745 369561

Hafod Community Mental         Beechwood Rd, Rhyl, LL18
Health Team                    3EU                           01745 443050




                               Dewi Sant Centre, Clwyd
Making Space                   Buildings, Clwyd Street, Rhyl. 01745 345720




                               46-54, Water Street, Rhyl.
North Wales Women's Centre     LL18 1SS                      01745 339331

                               RNIB Cymru, Trident Court,
                               East Moors Road, Cardiff,
RNIB                           CF24 5TD                      02920 450440

                               RNID Cymru, 13a, Llys
                               Onnen, Ffordd Lyn, Parc
RNID                           Menai, Bangor, LL57 4DF       0808 8080123

                               Unit 16, Glan Aber Trading
                               Estate, Vale Rd, Rhyl, LL18
Vale Of Clwyd Mind Association 2PL                           01745 336787
                                                                       Client
          Email                    Service Description             Group/Eligibility     Stage of Pathway

                           Assists disabled people who are in
                        paid employment or with a job to start.
                          It gives practical support and help to
                         meet additional costs associated with
                           overcoming work related obstacles
                            resulting from disability, including
                               adaptations to premises and
                         equipment, communication support at
                        interview, special aids and equipment,      People 16+ with a
                          support worker, travel to work costs,     disability or health
                             and travel in work costs. As the          condition as
                         programme is customer focused, the         defined under the      Stage 4: In work
                               customer should contact the           DDA that affects       early support>
ATWOSU.cardiff@jobcentr appropriate operational support unit to    their ability to carry Stage 5: In work
   eplus.gsi.gov.uk                make the application.               out their job     longer term support

                                                                    All ages, people
                                                                       with health
                                                                     problems and
                            Provides help for people on sickness    sickness related       Stage 3, work
                              related benefits to get back into     benefits only, no     preparation later
 www.a4epathways.co.uk                 employment.                        JSA                 stages

                        Delivers a range of services for people
                        with mental health problems. Works
                        closely with agencies that can offer
                        support and opportunities for clients.
                        The Phoenix Project aims to return
                        people who have experienced mental
                        health problems to integrated
                        employment (voluntary, training,
                        permitted, government schemes, full or
                        part-time paid) as well as our own in-
                        house education programme including
                        a range of accredited courses. Clients
                        are helped to identify their current level
                        of skills, develop new skills, choose an
                        occupation, be realistic about job goals Mental health   Stage 1: Positive
camsstepforward1@aol.co and develop coping strategies in and problems>unskille Activity - Stage 4: In
m                       out of work.                               d>Volunteers> work early support.

                          Provides meaningful employment to                          Stage 3:Work
                          disabled people and where possible                         preparation later
                          enable them to return to the open        Disability>Unempl stages - Stage 4: In
www.cefndy.com            labour market.                           oyed              work early support

                          Manages and develops social                                   Stage 3:Work
                          enterprises that offer employment                             preparation later
                          opportunities to those with a learning   Learning             stages - Stage 4: In
www.cooptions.co.uk       disability.                              Disabilities         work early support
                           Advice and support for employees in      Health problems
                           the early stages of sickness absence     affecting          Stage 5: In work
www.rhylcitystrategy.co.uk to help them return to work              employment         longer term support
                           Provides carer led support to families
                           of individuals with a severe mental      Mental health      Stage 1: Positive
denbighshire@hafal.org     illness.                                 problems           Activity
                           High intense housing related support
                           for people with mental health
                           problems, who are homeless or         Mental health         Stage 1: Positive
                           threatened with homelessness, and     problems>Homele       Activity - Stage 2:
                           who have been identified as needing   ss/threatened with    Work preparation
www.makingspace.co.uk      support in a number of areas.         homelessness.         initial stages.
                                                                 Women
                                                                 only>Unemployed>
                                                                 offenders>substance
                                                                 /alcohol
                       Provision of training, information and    misuse>young          Stage1: Positive
                       support. Employment advice, volunteering, people>mental         Activity > Stage 5: In
www.northwaleswomensce work experience and social activities for health                work longer term
ntre.co.uk             women aged 18+                            issues>Homeless       support
                                                                                       Stage 4: In work
                        Delivers a wide range of services,                             early support>
                        providing practical solutions to            People with        Stage 5: In work
CymruEvents@rnib.org.uk everyday challenges.                        blindness          longer term support
                                                                                       Stage 4: In work
                         Delivers a wide range of services,                            early support>
                         providing practical solutions to           People with        Stage 5: In work
rnidcymru@rnid.org.uk    everyday challenges.                       deafness           longer term support
                         Support to people with mental health                          Stage 4: In work
                         problems who wish to access training,                         early support>
www.valeofclwydmind.org. further education or employment            Mental Health      Stage 5: In work
uk                       opportunities.                             Issues             longer term support
Referral Routes




   self referral




  self referral,
 Jobcentre Plus




Community
organisations>self
referral.


self
referral>Communi
ty Organisation




Job Centre Plus
Self
referral>GP's>
Health
Professionals>em
ployers
Self referral>
community
organisations



Self-
referral>Communi
ty organisations.




All referral routes
and self referral


Contact RNIB
direct.


Contact RNID
direct.


Contact 'Mind'
direct.
          Organisation              Address                Phone No.




                           1, Rhiw Road, Colwyn Bay.
Action For Arts            LL29 7TE.                 0845 2723516




                           15, Madoc Street, Rhyl.
Cam Ymlaen                 LL20 2TL                   01492 870788




                           Station Buildings, Bodfor St,
Careers Wales              Rhyl                          01745 330012




                           Oak House, 12, The
CJIW (Community Justice    Bulwark, Brecon, Powys.
Intervention Wales)        LD3 7AD                    07800 628680



                           17-19, Bodfor Street, Rhyl.
Clwyd Coast Credit Union   LL18 1AS.                   01745 361274
                               Coleg Harlech WEA, St
                               Davids Hill, Harlech,
Coleg Harlech                  Gwynedd. LL46 2PU           01492 536693




                                  Llandudno Road, Rhos-on-
Coleg Llandrillo (Rhos, Abergele, Sea, Colwyn Bay. LL28
Rhyl)                             4HZ.                     01492 546666




                             Unit D, Station House,
                             Bodfor Street, Rhyl, LL18
Community Development Agency 1AT                           01745 360260



                               9, Victoria Avenue,
Co-options Ltd                 Prestatyn. LL19 9DF         01745 851454




Denbighshire Citizens Advice   11 Water St, Rhyl, LL18
Bureau                         1SP                         01745 334568




                               Unit A, The Village, West
Denbighshire Youth Service     Parade, Rhyl. LL18 1HZ      01745 345234
                            Ein Bwythyn, Llanrwst,       07812983841/07939
Evolve Outdoor Experience   Conwy.                       448162




                            St Helen's Place, Off High
Nacro                       Street, Rhyl. LL18 1UH       01745 342585




                            St Davids House, Mochdre
                            Business Park, Mochdre,
North Wales Training Ltd    Colwyn Bay. LL28 5HB     01492 543431




                            46-54, Water Street, Rhyl.
North Wales Womens Centre   LL18 1SS                     01745 339331




                            The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
Princes Trust               Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE       01745 350051
                                 25, Bath Street, Rhyl.LL18
Quality Training Products Ltd    3EB                          01745 350765




                                 The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
Rathbone                         Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE       07833 092683




Rhyl Adventure Playground        Rhydwen Close Playing
Association                      Fields, Rhyl. LL18 2AY       01745 344751

                                 25, Bath Street, Rhyl.LL18
Rhyl Environmental Association   3EB                          01745 350765


                                 Belle Vue, Grange Road,
Rhyl Football in the Community   Rhyl. LL18 4BV               01745 334441



                                 Adult Education Centre,
Rhyl Library Learning Centre     Rhyl Library, Church Street,
(Second Chance)                  Rhyl. LL18 3AA.              01745 344153




                               The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
Rhyl Youth Action Group (RYAG) Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE       01745 334500
                                 John Davies Building, 82
                                 Marsh Road, Rhyl. LL18
South West Communities First     2AE                        01745 332528




                               Flat 3, Glan Y Mor House,
                               Conwy Old Road,
                               Penmaenmawr, Conwy.
TAPE - Community, Music & Film LL34 6UY                           7990888883




                                 Kinmel Woods, St George,
Team Build-Wales                 Abergele.                01745 361368




                                30, Bedford Street, Rhyl.
West Rhyl Young Peoples Project LL18 1SY                    01745 351293
                                                                             Client
               Email               Service Description                 Group/Eligibility
                           Provides pre-employment training          18+>Unemployed 3
                           and personal development, as well         months+>Unemploy
                           as employment opportunities               ed>Substance/alcoh
                           through the Future Jobs Fund and          ol misuse>Young
                           ILM. Eligibility is: 18-24+. Long term    people>Lacking
www.actionforarts.org.uk   unemployed (3 months plus)                skills>


                           Delivers a range of services for
                           people with mental health problems.
                           Works closely with agencies that
                           can offer support and opportunities
                           for clients. The Phoenix Project
                           aims to return people who have
                           experienced mental health problems
                           to integrated employment (voluntary,
                           training, permitted, government
                           schemes, full or part-time paid) as
                           well as our own In-house education
                           programme including a range of
                           accredited courses. Clients are
                           helped to identify their current level
                           of skills, develop new skills, choose
                           an occupation, be realistic about job     Mental health
                           goals and develop coping strategies       problems>unskilled>
camsstepforward1@aol.com   in and out of work.                       Volunteers>
                           All age independent careers
                           information, advice and guidance
                           service to help people explore their
                           ideas, experiences and skills,
                           identify suitable jobs and careers,
                           explore their options and plan their
                           next steps. Services include: training
                           opportunities, help with job search,
                           interview techniques and CV's.
                           Specific support is available to
                           young people also through Youth
                           Gateway activities.
                           www.cliconline.co.uk is the young
                           person's website for national             Young People aged
www.careerswales.com       information and advice.                   14-19 > Adults 19+
                           Supports those who are unemployed,
                           offenders or who are at risk of
                           offending with: opportunities to gain
                           Duke of Edinburgh Award qualifications,
                           Endeavour Award, OCN's, signposting       Unemployed>offender
                           and support and social enterprise         s>substance/alcohol
www.cjiw.org               opportunities.                            misuse>young people


                                                                     All Groups >
                           Training opportunities to gain basic      Volunteers>Unemploye
enquiries@cccu.co.uk       admin skills                              d>Lacking skills
                                    Peripatetic Outreach Programme -
                                    To promote social inclusion. Largely
                                    focuses on attracting people into
                                    activities whether they are
                                    economic, voluntary or learning. A
                                    partnership approach to widen        Lacking
www.harlech.ac.uk                   access to learning opportunities.    Skills>Unemployed

                                    A large provider of post 16
                                    education and training serving
                                    Denbighshire, Conwy and Gwynedd
                                    with campuses in Rhyl, Denbigh,
                                    Abergele, Rhos-on-Sea, St Asaph,
                                    Llanrwst, Glynllifon, Pwllheli and
                                    Dolgellau. The College also delivers
                                    in libraries and community venues
                                    across Denbighshire and Conwy.
                                    Also on offer: Further
                                    Education/Higher Education/Work
                                    Based programmes/Apprenticeship
                                    schemes/work based NVQ's.             Post 16 years
www.llandrillo.ac.uk                Including student support.            learners
                                    Delivers a holistic approach in
                                    support of community activity. A well
                                    equipped centre, encouraging joint
                                    working between groups and
                                    individuals using the equipment and
                                    the resources at the Centre. An
                                    essential element is provision of
                                    informal education and training
                                    including: Computers with free
                                    internet access, reprographic
                                    equipment, training materials,
                                    production of promotional/publicity
www.denbighshire.gov.uk             material, loan of equipment.          All Groups

                                    Manages and develops social              Learning
                                    enterprises that offer employment        Disabilities>Contact
                                    opportunities to those with a learning   Co-Options direct for
www.cooptions.co.uk                 disability.                              eligiblity criteria.

                                    Provides advice and information to
                                    citizens to advise them of their rights
                                    and responsibilities, and influences
                                    policy and legislation both locally
                                    and nationally. Also provides training
                                    to a generalist advisor certificate
                                    level and offers supported training
www.dcab.co.uk                      placements for admin workers.           All Groups

                                    Denbighshire Youth Service runs Youth
                                    Centres, Detached and Outreach
                                    projects, the Duke of Edinburgh Award
                                    and other accreditation programmes and
                                    Open Access holiday Play schemes in
                                    communities throughout the County and Young People 11-25
youth.service@denbighshire.gov.uk   throughout the year.                   years
                                      Originally aimed at groups of young
                                      adults whose lives are in chaos; Evolve    Substance/alcohol
                                      Outdoor Experience aims to teach           misuse > young
                                      transferable life skills, raising self     people> mental health
                                      confidence and moving the individual       issues> ex-
www.evolveoutdoors.co.uk              into or towards the job/training market.   offenders>unemployed

                                      Basic Skills in the Community
                                      provides accredited training
                                      opportunities and qualifications to
                                      those disengaged with the education
                                      system or those returning to
                                      learning. The aim is to improve the
                                      literacy and numeracy skills of the
                                      service users by using an awarding
                                      body that is nationally recognised
                                      and which also offers transferrable
                                      credits. SKILL BUILD: To help
                                      young people aged 16-18 gain skills
                                      and qualifications to move onto     Lack of
                                      suitable work, training and         skills>unemployed
www.nacro.org.uk                      educational opportunities.          16+


                                      Skillbuild Programme - A
                                      programme designed to address the
                                      basic skills needs, remove barriers
                                      to accessing job related training and
                                      employability, increase confidence
                                      and motivation, access occupational
                                      learning up to NVQ Level 3. North
                                      Wales Training runs a number of
                                      programmes: Princes Trust Team
                                      Programme for unemployed 16-25 Young
                                      year olds. Flexible New Deal, work People>Unemployed>
www.nwtraining.co.uk                  based courses and short courses.      Ex-Offenders

                                                                                 Women
                                                                                 only>Unemployed>off
                                 Provision of training, information and          enders>substance/alco
                                 support. Employment advice,                     hol misuse>young
                                 volunteering, work experience and               people>mental health
www.northwaleswomenscentre.co.uk social activities for women aged 18+            issues>Homeless

                                                                            Young People aged 14-
                                                                            30 who fall into the
                                                                            Princes Trust's target
                                                                            groups:>Unemployed>
                                                                            Ex-
                                                                            Offenders>Substance/
                                                                            alcohol
                                      Offers a range of personal            misuse>Disability>ment
                                      development programmes that improve al health issues>
                                      skills, develop confidence and direct Volunteers> self
                                      young people toward education,        employment>
                                      training, employment and self         carers/leaving
www.princes-trust.org.uk              employment.                           care>lacking skills.
                          Vocational Training, ICT Training, e
                          learning, Online learning, Business
                          start-up consultancy, mentoring,
                          coaching , Basic Skills
www.qtpltd.co.uk          training/support.                    All Groups

                          Services offered: Preparation for life
                          and work, apprenticeships, youth
                          engagement and pre-16 education.                  14-25 in all services
                          14-25's in all services. Rathbone                 other than Flexible
                          also administers the Flexible New                 New Deal , which is
www.rathboneuk.org        Deal contract for 18-65's.                        18-65.

                          An open-access play facility open 7
                          days a week, 360 days of the year.
                          School term time is open 4pm till 8pm.
                          During school holidays and weekends it
                          is open between 12pm and 4pm. In
                          addition to the playground, there is also
                          an IT suite within the building, that is
                          staffed 2 sessions a week to support
                          young people with IT work, including
                          CV's and job searches. Also, funding
                          permitting, trips are organised for
                          young people during the school
willrugby@hotmail.co.uk   holidays.                                 Young People


www.rhylea.org.uk         Environmental Projects and Training All Groups
                                                                 All Groups.Contact
                          Using the skill of football to provide the provider direct
                          training programmes in basic skills.   for further
tracey@rhylfcitc.com      Various age groups are eligible.       information
                          A partnership between Llandrillo
                          College and Denbighshire Library
                          Service. Free, flexible, accredited
                          tuition in basic skills, Open Learning
                          IT courses and Learn Direct
www.denbighshire.gov.uk   courses. Adults only.                  Adult learners

                            Young People's organisation providing
                            programmes, services and activities for
                            children and young people. Via our projects
                            we hope to improve the general health and
                            wellbeing, confidence, citizenship and
                            position in society of young people.
                            Services include: Support with training,
                            employment and the development of skills.       Young people>Ex-
                            Facilities include an evening youth club with   Offender>Unemploye
www.ryag.org.uk             youth cafe.                                     d> Lack of skills.
                             To work with other organisations
                             and groups in order to improve the
                             lives of people in South West Rhyl
                             and to regenerate the area through
                             capacity building, and supporting
                             groups and individuals to provide a
                             wide range of services that promote
                             equality and diversity. Training
                             courses can be available, as well as
                             a wide range of activities and       All Groups. Residents
www.swrcf.org.uk             events.                              of South West Rhyl

                             Social Enterprise set up to provide safe,
                             supportive environments where people
                             of all ages and abilities can explore
                             their creative ideas through music, film
                             and the arts. Provides bespoke
                             workshops and projects in song writing,     Young
                             playing instruments, recording,             people>Substance/alc
                             performance, all aspects of film making,    ohol
                             digital photography, drama, podcasting,     misuse>Homeless>une
                             DJing, creative writing and more.           mployed>mental
                             Available to all ages and abilities.        health issues>ex-
www.tapemusicandfilm.co.uk   Including the delivery of BTEC awards.      offender

                             Service offered to organisations,
                             groups and individuals who wish to
                             increase their skills to assist them in
                             either gaining employment or
                             enhancing the skills of a work team
                             or organisation. Skills enhancement         Young People>Lack
                             includes: communication, team               of self
                             work, self confidence, problem              confidence>Lone
                             solving, time management, self              Parents>16+ > those
                             management and leadership.                  identified as in need
                             Eligibility: 16+ and those identified       by community
www.teambuild-wales.co.uk    as in need by partners.                     organisations

                             Works with young people aged 14-
                             25 on a wide range of issues,
                             including: sexual health, sexuality,
                             budgeting, nutrition, housing and
                             homelessness, employment,
                             education and training opportunities.
                             Specific support is given by a sexual Young People aged 14-
                             health advisor, drug and alcohol      25 with a wide range
info@rhylyouth.co.uk         worker and a careers advisor.         of issues
Stage of Pathway           Referral Routes


Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 3:   Job Centre Plus>Careers
Work Preparation      Wales>WCVA>Community
later stages.         Organisations.




Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 4: In Community
work early support. organisations>self referral.




Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 5: In
work longer term       Community Organisations>
support.               Self referral/Drop-in



Stage 1: Positive
Activity>Stage 3:
Work preparation      Self referral>community
later stages.         organisations>
Stage 2: Work
Preparation later
stages - Stage 3:
Work preparation      Drop-in>Community
later stages          Organisations.
Stage 2: Work
Preparation later
stages - Stage 3:
Work preparation      Contact Coleg Harlech
later stages          direct.




                       Job Centre
                       Plus>Community
                       Groups>Careers
                       Wales>Self
Stage 1: Positive      Referral>Internal
Activity - Stage 4: In routes>College advice and
work early support. guidance services.




Stage 1: Positive
Activity > Stage 2:
Work preparation
Initial Stages & Stage
4: In work early       Self referral>Community
support                organisation

Stage 3:Work
preparation later
stages - Stage 4: In
work early support Contact Co-options direct.




Stage 2: Work
Preparation later
stages - Stage 3:
Work preparation      Contact the Citizens Advice
later stages          Bureau direct.




Stage 1:Positive
Activity > Stage 2:
Work Preparation
initial Stages        Self referral
Stage 1: Positive
Activity > Stage 2:
Work Preparation       Self referral>community
initial Stages         organisations




Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 3:
Work Preparation       Community
later stages.          Organisations>Self-referral.




Stage 1: Positive
Activity>Stage 5:In
work longer term       Careers Wales>Job Centre
support                Plus>Serco>Self referral



Stage1: Positive
Activity > Stage 5: In
work longer term       All referral routes and self
support                referral




Stage 1: Positive
Activity>Stage 4: In   Self referral>community
work early support     organisations
Stage 1:Positive
Activity - Stage 5: In Contact provider
work longer term       direct>Community
support                Organisations



Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 5: In
work longer term       Job Centre Plus>Contact
support.               provider direct.




Stage 1: Positive
Activity               Drop-in
Stage 2: Work          Contact provider
Preparation initial    direct>Community
stages                 Organisations
Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 3:    Contact the provider
Work Preparation       direct>self referral>
later stages.          Community organisations


Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 2:
Work preparation
initial stages         Self referral to the library




Stage 1: Positive
Activity>Stage 4: In
work early support     Drop-in
Stage 1: Positive
Activity > Stage 3:
Work preparation         Self referrals>Community
later stages             organisations




Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 2:
Work preparation         All referral routes and self
initial stages.          referral




Stage 2: Work
preparation initial
stages                   Contact provider directly




Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 4: In
work early support       Drop-in
        Organisation                     Address                  Phone No.




                              Bryn Eirias, Abergele Road,
Chwarae Teg                   Colwyn Bay. Conwy. LL29 8BY     01492 511703




                           46-54, Water Street, Rhyl. LL18
North Wales Women's Centre 1SS                             01745 339331



                              26b Wellington Rd, Rhyl, LL18
Rhyl & District Women's Aid   1BN                             01745 337104
                                                                                  Client
               Email                         Service Description              Group/Eligibility

                                     Agency for the economic development
                                     of women in Wales. Championing
                                     education, entrepreneurship, work-life
                                     balance and flexible working, helping
                                     women to overcome the obstacles that
                                     prevent them from making a full and
                                     consistent contribution within the
                                     community. The projects aims are to
                                     work alongside employers to create
                                     opportunities for women in the
                                     workplace. The employees are offered  Employed>
                                     self employed ILM accredited training Women>Lack of
                                     courses in leadership and             skills>Lone
www.chwaraeteg.com                   management.                           Parents
                                                                           Women>Unemploy
                                                                           ed>offenders>subst
                                                                           ance/alcohol
                                 Provision of training, information and    misuse>young
                                 support. Employment advice, volunteering, people>mental
                                 work experience and social activities for health
www.northwaleswomenscentre.co.uk women aged 18+                            issues>Homeless

                                                                          Women and
                                     Refuge, advice and support for women children suffering
                                     and children who are victims of      domestic
rhylwa@btconnect.com                 domestic abuse.                      abuse>Homeless
 Stage of Pathway        Referral Routes




Stage 2: Work
preparation initial
stages - Stage 5: In Community
work longer term     Organisations>Sel
support.             f-referral



Stage1: Positive
Activity > Stage 5: In
work longer term         All referral routes
support                  and self referral


                         Self
Stage 1: Positive        referral>Communi
Activity                 ty organisations
         Organisation                       Address                 Phone No.




                                The Dawn Centre, 35-37,
                                Princes Drive, Colwyn Bay. LL29
Cais                            8PD                             01492 523690




                                Brierley House, Ferry Farm
                                Road, Llandudno Junction,
Crest Cooperative               Conwy. LL31 9SF.                01492 896783




                                Naylor Leyland Centre, Well
                                Street, Ruthin, Denbighshire,
Denbighshire Voluntary Services LL15 1AF
Council                                                         01824 702441
Homestart                   Ruthin, Denbighshire, LL15 1AF 01745 814819




                            St Helen's Place, Off High Street,
Nacro                       Rhyl. LL18 1UH                       01745 342585




                            46-54, Water Street, Rhyl. LL18
North Wales Womens Centre   1SS                                  01745 339331




                            The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
Princes Trust               Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE                 01745 350051


                            44, Moorfields, London. EC2Y
Red Cross                   9AL.                                 01745 828330




                            14, Abbey Street, Rhyl. LL18
St Vincent de Paul          1NT.                                 01745 355555
                                                                             Client
           Email                      Service Description                Group/Eligibility Stage of Pathway

                              Word on the Street - Peer Mentoring
                              Programme.The aim of the scheme is to
                              complement and enhance existing
                              services by providing service users with
                              access to Peer Mentors who will provide
                              ongoing support and guidance
                              alongside their treatment journey.The
                              Peer Mentoring Scheme will help service
                              users to develop personally by offering                      Stage 1: Positive
                              a range of training opportunities                            Activity > Stage 2:
                              designed to increase confidence and        Substance misuse/ Work Preparation
www.cais.co.uk                enhance their employment prospects.        alcohol misuse.   initial Stages
                              Intermediate Labour Market
                              provider, 12 week supported work
                              placements with job
                              search/coaching support. ACE
                              (Assisted Community Engagement)            Unemployed 6
                              programme aimed specifically at ex-        months+>Ex-
                              offenders or people having been            offender>Substa
                              involved in substance misuse.              nce Misuse         Stage 2: Work
                              Provides supported work                    issue>Recently     preparation initial
                              environment with emphasis on               made redundant     stages - Stage 3:
                              addressing social and personal             (case by case      Work preparation
www.crestcooperative.co.uk/   issues.                                    basis).            later stages


                              An independent support body for the
                              voluntary sector that assists the
                              development and establishment of
                              voluntary and community groups
                              that work within Denbighshire.
                              Engagement Gateway is delivered
                              through DVSC: Aims to reduce
                              economic inactivity in Wales and
                              improve the employability of
                              disadvantaged people furthest from
                              the labour market. Engagement
                              Gateway will invest in organisations
                              that provide activities to build skills,
                              confidence and knowledge of target
                              groups; and which link progress to a                          Stage 4:In work
                              'next step' such as referrals to other                        early support -
                              projects, volunteering, training,                             Stage 5: In work
                              supported employment or full                                  longer term
www.dvsc.co.uk                employment.                              Volunteers           support.
                             Supports families in local communities.
                             Parent volunteers offer support and
                             friendship to other parents through home
                             visits, via family and specialist groups
                             and through social events. Homestart       Parents>Volunte     Stage 1: Positive
                             works with statutory and voluntary         ers>Lone            Activity - Stage 2:
homestart.denbighshire@btint organisations locally to help parents      Parents>Lacking     Work preparation
ernet.com                    build better lives for their children.     Skills              initial stages
                                                                        Volunteers>Offen
                                                                        ders/ex-
                                                                        offenders>Subst
                                                                        ance/alcohol
                                                                        misuse
                                                                        issues>unemploy     Stage 1:Positive
                                                                        ed> young           Activity - Stage 2:
                                North Wales Community Justice           people>lacking      Work Preparation
www.nacro.org.uk                Volunteers Programme                    skills.             initial stages
                                                                        Women
                                                                        only>Unemployed
                                                                        >offenders>substa
                                                                        nce/alcohol
                           Provision of training, information and       misuse>young        Stage1: Positive
                           support. Employment advice,                  people>mental       Activity > Stage 5: In
www.northwaleswomenscentre volunteering, work experience and            health              work longer term
.co.uk                     social activities for women aged 18+         issues>Homeless     support
                           Offers a range of personal
                           development programmes that improve
                           skills, develop confidence and direct
                           young people toward education,               Volunteers>
                           training, employment and self                Young People>       Stage 1: Positive
                           employment. The Princes Trust are            Lacking             Activity - Stage 3:
                           running a 'Business Programme', which        skills.Contact      Work preparation
www.princes-trust.org.uk   seeks volunteer support.                     provider direct     later stages
                                                                                            Stage 1: Positive
                                                                                            Activity - Stage 3:
                                Providing opportunities for volunteering                    Work preparation
www.redcross.org.uk             in the area.                             All Groups         later stages

                                Supports low income families and
                                individuals to set up home. Clothing,
                                bedding, food, vouchers, etc. Rail or
                                bus fares in some cases to return                           Stage 1: Positive
                                home. Volunteers are regularly        All Groups.           Activity - Stage 2:
                                sought from those who have an         Contact Provider      Work preparation
www.svp.org.uk                  offending background.                 direct                initial stages
Referral Routes




Self
referral/health
professionals




Self
referral>Wales
Probation
Service>Nacro>
Youth Offending
Team>Drug
Intervention
Programme




Self referral
Self
referral>Commu
nity Organisation




Self-
referral>Commu
nity
organisations.




All referral routes
and self referral




Contact provider
direct


Contact provider
direct

Self-
referral>Commu
nity
organisations>N
acro>Wales
Probation
Service.
         Organisation                         Address                       Phone No



                             Denbighshire County Council, Yr Hen
                             Garchar, 46, Clwyd Street, Ruthin.
Family Information Service   LL15 1HP                            01824 708220




                             Margaret Morris Centre, Gwaenynog
Genesis II                   Road, Denbifg.LL16 3RU.                    01745 815 891.




Hafan Cymru                  Morfa Hall, Bath Street, Rhyl. LL18 3EB    01745 336524




                             Unit A4, Trem Y Dyffryn, Erw Las,
                             Colomendy Industrial Estate, Denbigh.
Homestart                    LL16 5TX.                                  01745 814819




                             St Helen's Place, Off High Street, Rhyl.
Nacro                        LL18 1UH                                   01745 342585




North Wales Womens Centre    46-54, Water Street, Rhyl. LL18 1SS        01745 339331
Oaktree Centre                Ffordlas, Rhyl. LL18 2DY                 01745 360129



                              C/O South West Rhyl Communities First,
                              John Davies Building, 82, Marsh Road,    01745 337618 after
Rhyl & District Gingerbread   Rhyl. LL18 2AE.                          6pm




South West Rhyl Communities   John Davies Building, 82 Marsh Road,
First                         Rhyl. LL18 2AE                       01745 332528




St Vincent de Paul Society    14, Abbey Street, Rhyl. LL18 1NT.        01745 355555




                              36, Sandringham Avenue, Rhyl. LL18
Sure Start                    1NG.                                     01745 331222
                                                                                       Client
                                                                                   Group/Eligibilit
               Email                            Service Description                      y
                                      Provides free information, support and
                                      guidance on all aspects of childcare and
                                      children and young people's services.
                                      Also provides information on specific
                                      issues affecting families of children
fis@denbighshire.gov.uk               aged 0-20.                               All Groups

                                Project aimed to help individuals plot a
                                brighter future, with the help of support
                                workers, looking to raise confidence
                                and self esteem. The scheme aims to
                                help people overcome barriers and
                                enter employment. The Project offers
                                financial aid if people are struggling with
                                transport and childcare costs which
                                prevent them from attending training or
                                employment.                                 16+>Unemploye
                                                                            d>Lone
genesisprojectteam@denbighshire                                             Parents>Working
.gov.uk                                                                     less than 16 hours
                                                                            Women>Children
                                                                            >Vulnerable
                                Charitable Housing Association providing    men>homelessnes
                                temporary accommodation or floating         s>risk of
                                support for women, men and their children homelessness>in
www.hafancymru.co.uk            who are in need of support.                 need of support

                                  Supporting families in our local communities.
                                  Parent volunteers offer support and
                                  friendship to other parents through home
                                  visiting, via family and specialist groups and
                                  through social events. Homestart works with      Parents>Volunt
                                  statutory and voluntary organisations locally    eers>Lone
homestart.denbighshire@btinternet to help parents build better lives for their     Parents>Lackin
.com                              children.                                        g Skills
                                  Vulnerable Families Floating Support
                                  provides support to twenty vulnerable
                                  families in the Denbighshire area. The aim
                                  of the service is to: enable families to
                                  successfully manage their tenancies, develop
                                  structured support plans, provide emotional
                                  and practical support, work in partnership
                                  with other professionals and support
                                  agencies. and to empower the individuals         Families in need
www.nacro.org.uk                  and promote independence.                        of support
                                                                                   Women
                                                                                   only>Unemploye
                                                                                   d>offenders>sub
                                                                                   stance/alcohol
                               Provision of training, information and              misuse>young
                               support. Employment advice, volunteering,           people>mental
www.northwaleswomenscentre.co. work experience and social activities for           health
uk                             women aged 18+                                      issues>Homeless
                               Providing integrated services and
                               support to children, young people and
                               families within an accessible, friendly
                               community setting. Providing
                               opportunities for learning and support to
                               improve quality of life through education
                               and employment. A range of services
                               deliver from the centre, including
                               childcare provision, the Little Acorns,
                               Breakfast Club, Wraparound,
                               Afterschool, Holiday Club and                 Children, Young
                               playgroup volunteers are welcomed with people and
                               the relevant CRB checks.                      families>Lacking
                                                                             Skills. Contact
www.denbighshire.gov.uk                                                      Centre direct
                               Provides a meeting place for lone parents
                               and their children. For anyone bringing up a
                               child/ren alone. Offering friendship, advice,
                               information, moral and emotional support
                               and practical help, social events, outings    Families in need
www.rhylgingerbread.ik.com     and holidays.                                 of support
                               Works with other organisations and
                               groups in order to improve the lives of
                               people in South West Rhyl and to
                               regenerate the area through capacity
                               building, and supporting groups and
                               individuals to provide a wide range of
                               services that promote equality and
                               diversity. Training courses can be            All Groups.
                               available, as well as a wide range of         Residents of South
www.swrcf.org.uk               activities and events.                        West Rhyl.
                               Support low income families and
                               individuals to set up home. Clothing,
                               bedding, food, vouchers, etc. Rail or
                               bus fares in some cases to return
                               home. Volunteers are regularly sought All Groups.
                               from those who have an offending              Contact
www.svp.org.uk                 background.                                   Provider direct
                               Sure Start aims to promote the health and
                               well-being of children aged 0-4 years so
                               that they thrive when they go to school.
                               The service provides a range of informal
                               drop-ins in West Rhyl, South West Rhyl
                               and Upper Denbigh and parenting groups
                               across the county to which all
                                                                            Children and
                               parents/carers are welcome.
www.actionforchildren.org.uk                                                families>carers
Stage of Pathway        Referral Routes




No Pathway             None




                       Self referral> Job
                       Centre
                       Plus>Health
                       Visitors> Social
Stage 2: Work          Workers> Careers
preparation initial    Wales>
stages>Stage 4: In     Community
work early support     organisations


Stage1: Positive
Activity - Stage 2:    Self
Work preparation       referral>Contact
initial stages.        provider direct.




Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 2:    Self
Work preparation       referral>Communi
initial stages         ty Organisation




                       Self
Stage 1: Positive      referral>Community
Activity               Organisation




Stage1: Positive
Activity > Stage 5: In
work longer term       All referral routes
support                and self referral
Stage1: Positive
Activity - Stage 3:
Work preperation
later stages          Self referral



                      Self
Stage 1: Positive     referral>Community
Activity              Organisation




Stage 1: Positive
Activity > Stage 3:   Self
Work preparation      referrals>Communit
later stages          y organisations

                      Self-
                      referral>Communi
Stage 1: Positive     ty
Activity - Stage 2:   organisations>Na
Work preparation      cro>Wales
initial stages        Probation Service.




Stage 1: Positive
Activity              Self referral
                   Organisation                     Address                 Phone No.

                                            Arch Initiatives Cymru,
                                            Dewi Sant Centre, Clwyd
ARCH Initiatives                            Street, Rhyl. LL18 3LA.    01745 345900




                                            The Dawn Centre, 35-37,
                                            Princes Drive, Colwyn Bay.
CAIS                                        LL29 8PD                   01492 523690




                                            Clwyd Building, Clwyd Street, 01745 345900/01745
Canolfan Dewi Sant Centre                   Rhyl. LL18 3LA.               356467




                                            Oak House, 12, The
                                            Bulwark, Brecon, Powys.
Community Justice Intervention Wales (CJIW) LD3 7AD                    07800 628680
                                    Brierley House, Ferry Farm
                                    Road, Llandudno Junction,
Crest Co-operative Ltd              Conwy. LL31 9SF.           01492 896783




                                    13, Princes Drive, Colwyn
Drug Intervention Programme (DIP)   Bay. LL29 8HT                01492 533269




                                    Ein Bwythyn, Llanrwst,       07812983841/07939
Evolve Outdoor Experience           Conwy.                       448162




                                    St Helen's Place, Off High
Nacro                               Street, Rhyl. LL18 1UH       01745 342585




                                    46-54, Water Street, Rhyl.
North Wales Women's Centre          LL18 1SS                   01745 339331
                                 14, Abbey Street, Rhyl.
St Vincent de Paul Society       LL18 1NT.                   01745 355555




                                 Flat 3, Glan Y Mor House,
                                 Conwy Old Road,
                                 Penmaenmawr, Conwy.
TAPE - Community, Music & Film   LL34 6UY                           7990888883




                                 Alexandra House, Abergele
Wales Probation Trust            Road, Colwyn Bay. LL29 9YF 01492 513413




                                 68, Conwy Road, Colwyn
Youth Inclusion Project (YIP)    Bay. LL29 7LD.              01492 523500
                                                                               Client
            Email                     Service Description               Group/Eligibility Stage of Pathway
                            North Wales service which provides          History of substance
                            support for individuals experiencing        misuse and
                            difficulties with substance misuse and      offending            Stage 1: Positive
www.archinitiatives.com     offending behaviour                         behaviour.           Activity

                            Provides a range of services to people
                            who are experiencing problems with
                            their alcohol or drug use, as well as
                            offering help, support and information
                            to their family, friends and significant
                            others. The services include: assessment,
                            counselling, brief interventions,
                            supporting people in their homes,
                            helping people who are homeless,
                            assisting people back into work or
                            education and information giving.
                            Assistance consists of possible support
                            for funding towards equipment for                                 Stage 1: Positive
                            those entering into training or work,                             Activity > Stage 2:
                            administered through the CAMRE            History of substance    Work Preparation
www.cais.co.uk              bursary.                                  and alcohol misuse.     initial Stages

                            A drop-in resource for individuals living
                            chaotic lifestyles aged 16+, however
                            support will be sought for those under
                            16. Centre users must be homeless/no
                            fixed abode, serious drug/alcohol
                            issues or have mental health problems.
                            Services include: hot food and drinks,
                            shower facilities, clothes store, one-to-
                            one support, with added guidance from
                            local agencies specialising in specific
                            issues. Training opportunities within the   The Centre users
                            Centre, as well as entertainment in the     must be 16+,
                            form of a TV, cards, board games and        homeless/no fixed
                            sports activities. Advice given on local    abode, serious        Stage 1: Positive
                            employment, training and education,         drug/alcohol issues   Activity>Stage 2:
                            housing, budgeting and debt                 or mental health      Work Preparation
rhylenquiries@sova.org.uk   management.                                 problems.             Initial stages.

                            Supports those who are unemployed,
                            offenders or who are at risk of
                            offending with: opportunities to gain
                            Duke of Edinburgh Award                     Unemployed>offen      Stage 1: Positive
                            qualifications, Endeavour Award,            ders>substance/alc    Activity>Stage 3:
                            OCN's, Signposting and Support and          ohol misuse>young     Work preparation
www.cjiw.org                Social Enterprise opportunities.            people                later stages.
                                ACE Programme (Assisted
                                Community Engagement): Aimed at
                                ex-offenders or those with                  Unemployed 6
                                substance misuse problems.                  months+>Ex-            Stage 2:Work
                                Provides supported work                     offenders>substanc     preperation Initial
                                environment with emphasis on                e misuse>recently      stages > Stage 3:
                                addressing social and personal              made redundant         Work preperation
www.crest-cooperative.org.uk    issues.                                     (case by case basis)   Later stages
                                Aiming to reduce drug related crime by
                                accessing more drug misusing, getting
                                them into treatment and supporting
                                them through and after treatment and                               Stage 1: Positive
                                sentences. Services include encouraging     Substance              Activity - Stage 2:
                                the service users into sustainable          Misuse>Ex-             Work preperation
www.nwsmf.org.uk                employment.                                 offenders> 18+         initial stages.
                                Originally aimed at groups of young         Substance/alcohol
                                adults whose lives are in chaos; Evolve     misuse > young
                                Outdoor Experience aims to teach            people> mental         Stage 1: Positive
                                transferable life skills, raising self      health issues> ex-     Activity > Stage 2:
                                confidence and moving individuals           offenders>unemplo      Work Preparation
www.evolveoutdoors.co.uk        towards work or training.                   yed                    initial Stages



                                DAWN INTERVENTIONS - Working
                                with individuals 18+ who are offenders
                                or at risk of offending. The service
                                provides support, advocacy and advice
                                around resettlement, disclosure,
                                employment, training and education.
                                Delivery of OCN accredited courses.
                                Young Offenders Support - Available
                                to 16-21 year olds who are at risk of
                                offending to assist them in developing
                                the skills to live independently. The
                                service is provided across North Wales.
                                Transitional Support Scheme -               Young
                                motivational and practical support to       People>Offender
                                people aged 18+ who are leaving             s/ex-
                                prison with substance misuse issues         offenders>Homel
                                (including alcohol). The scheme can         ess>Lack of            Stage 1: Positive
                                accept referrals for those serving a        Skills>Substance/      Activity - Stage 3:
                                sentence of under 12 months and who         alcohol misuse         Work preparation
www.nacro.org.uk                are not subject to statutory supervision.   issues.                later stages
                                                                            Women
                                                                            only>Unemployed
                                                                            >offenders>substa
                                                                            nce/alcohol
                            Provision of training, information and          misuse>young           Stage1: Positive
                            support. Employment advice,                     people>mental          Activity > Stage 5: In
www.northwaleswomenscentre. volunteering, work experience and               health                 work longer term
co.uk                       social activities for women aged 18+            issues>Homeless        support
                             Provides furniture and household
                             items to support individuals or
                             families on low incomes to set up
                             home. Clothing, bedding, food,
                             vouchers, etc. Rail or bus fares in
                             some cases to return home.                                  Stage 1: Positive
                             Volunteers are regularly sought            All Groups.      Activity - Stage 2:
                             from individuals with offending            Contact Provider Work preparation
www.svp.org.uk               backgrounds.                               direct           initial stages
                             Social Enterprise, set up to provide
                             safe, supportive environments where
                             people of all ages and abilities can
                             explore their creative ideas through
                             music, film and the arts. Provides
                             bespoke workshops and projects in
                             song writing, playing instruments,         Young
                             recording, performance, all aspects of     people>Substance/
                             film making, digital photography,          alcohol
                             drama, podcasting, DJing, creative         misuse>Homeless>u   Stage 1: Positive
                             writing and more. Available to all ages    nemployed>mental    Activity - Stage 2:
                             and abilities. Including the delivery of   health issues>ex-   Work preparation
www.tapemusicandfilm.co.uk   BTEC awards.                               offender            initial stages.
                             Responsible for the delivery of
                             programmes of supervision for
                             offenders subject to Community Orders
                             or following release from a custodial
                             sentence. Access to services through the
                             sentencing process, age 18+. Service
                             users are able to access a significant
                             range of services associated with          Ex-offenders.       Stages 1:Positive
                             employment training and education          Offenders subject   Activity > Stage 3:
www.northwalesprobation.gov. through the services' partnership          to sentence of      Work preparation
uk                           network.                                   Courts. 18+         later stages


                                A tailor-made programme for
                                young people who have been
                                identified as being at high risk of
                                involvement in offending or anti-
                                social behaviour and aims to
                                help reduce youth crime. The
                                programme gives young people
                                somewhere safe to go where              Young
                                they can learn new skills, take         People>Offenders    Stage 1: Positive
                                part in activities with others and      /risk of            Activity - Stage 3:
                                get support with their education        offending>8-17 yr   Work preperation
www.yjb.gov.uk                  and careers guidance.                   olds                later stages
Referral Route


Open referral
system




Self
referral/health
professionals




Self-
referral/communit
y organisations




Self
referral>communi
ty organisations>
Self referral>
Wales Probation
Service>Nacro>Y
outh Offending
Team>Drug
Intervention
Programme




Self
referral>Communi
ty Organisation



Self
referral>communi
ty organisations




Self-
referral/commun
ity
organisations>S
OVA>Wales
Probation
Service




All referral routes
and self referral
Self-
referral>Commu
nity
organisations>N
acro>Wales
Probation
Service.




All referral routes
and self referral




Determined by
the Sentence Plan.
Referral by the
Offender
Manager.




Self
referral>Communi
ty
Organisations>Sc
hools>Health
professionals.
         Organisations                        Address                      Phone



                                 1, Trinity Square, Llandudno,
Bond Scheme                      Gwynedd                           01492 860437




                                 The Dawn Centre, 35-37, Princes
                                 Drive, Colwyn Bay, Conwy. LL29
CAIS                             8PD                               01492 523690




                                 Clwyd Building, Clwyd Street, Rhyl. 01745 345900/01745
Canolfan Dewi Sant Centre        LL18 3LA.                           356467

                                 72, Ffordd William Morgan, St
                                 Asaph Business Park, St Asaph. LL17
Clwyd Alyn Housing Association   0JD.                                01745 336800




                                 Denbighshire County Council,
Denbighshire Housing Services    County Hall,                      01824 708475




                                 Morfa Hall, Bath Street, Rhyl. LL18
Hafan Cymru                      3EB                                 01745 336524
                             Dewi Sant Centre, Clwyd
Making Space                 Buildings, Clwyd Street, Rhyl.       01745 345720




                             St Helen's Place, Off High Street,
Nacro                        Rhyl. LL18 1UH                       01745 342585




                             46-54, Water Street, Rhyl. LL18
North Wales Women's Centre   1SS                             01745 339331




                             72, Ffordd William Morgan, St
                             Asaph Business Park, St Asaph. LL17
Pennaf Housing Group         0JD.                                01745 336800




                             48, Marine Road, Pensarn,
Sanctuary Trust              Abergele. LL22 7PR                   01745 832982
                                   Unit 4, Station Buildings, Bodfor
Shelter Cymru                      Street, Rhyl. LL18 1AT.             01745 361444




                                   14, Abbey Street, Rhyl. LL18
St Vincent de Paul Society         1NT.                                01745 355555


                                   54, Vale Street, Denbigh. LL16
Tai Clwyd                          3BW                                 0345 230 3140




                                   Denbighshire County Council,
                                   Housing Services, 64, Brighton
The Gift Project                   Road, Rhyl. LL18 3HN.               01824 712940

                                   Unit 2, Acorn Business Park, Aber
Wales & West Housing Association   Road, Flint. CH6 5YN.               0800 052 2526




                                   Alexandra House, Abergele Road,
Wales Probation Trust              Colwyn Bay. LL29 9YF                01492 513413




Y Dyfodol                          Crescent Road, Rhyl. LL18 1TL       01745 345291
                                                                                    Client
            Email                       Service Description                     Group/Eligibility

                            Helps people with a Conwy and Denbighshire
                            connection to secure accommodation via a
                            deposit guarantee in place of a cash deposit
www.nacro.org.uk            payment to a private landlord.               Homelessness

                            Provides a range of services to people who
                            are experiencing problems with their alcohol
                            or drug use, as well as offering help, support
                            and information to their family, friends and
                            significant others. The services include:
                            assessment, counselling, brief interventions,
                            supporting people in their homes, helping
                            people who are homeless, assisting people
                            back into work or education and information
                            giving. Assistance consists of possible support
                            for funding towards equipment for those         History of
                            entering into training or work, administered    substance and
www.cais.co.uk              through the CAMRE bursary.                      alcohol misuse.

                            A drop-in resource for individuals living
                            chaotic lifestyles aged 16+, however support
                            will be sought for those under 16. Centre
                            users must be homeless/no fixed abode,
                            serious drug/alcohol issues or mental health
                            problems. Services include: hot food and
                            drinks, shower facilities, clothes store, one-to-
                            one support with the added guidance from
                            local agencies specialising in specific issues.     The Centre users
                            Training opportunities within the Centre, as        must be 16+,
                            well as entertainment in the form of a TV,          homeless/no fixed
                            cards, board games and sports activities.           abode, serious
                            Advice given on local employment, training          drug/alcohol issues
                            and education, housing, budgeting and debt          or mental health
rhylenquiries@sova.org.uk   management.                                         problems.
                            A subsidiary of Pennaf Housing Group. A non-
                            charitable registered social landlord,
                            answering the growing housing needs of the
www.clwydalyn.co.uk         community                                           Housing issues

                            Provides extra support to sheltered housing
                            tenants to enable them to maintain their
                            tenancies and remain living
                            independently.'The Gift Project' funded under
                            'Supporting People' provides support for the
                            homeless in partnership between Denbighshire
www.denbighshire.gov.uk     County Council and Nacro.                     Housing issues
                                                                          Women>Children>
                                                                          Vulnerable
                            Charitable Housing Association which provides men>homelessness
                            temporary accommodation or floating support >risk of
                            for women, men and their children who are in homelessness>in
www.hafancymru.co.uk        need of support.                              need of support
                                  High intense housing related support for
                                  people with mental health problems, who           Mental health
                                  are homeless or threatened with                   problems>Homel
                                  homelessness and who have been                    ess/threatened
                                  identified as needing support in a number         with
www.makingspace.co.uk             of areas.                                         homelessness.

                                  NACRO's housing team provides supported
                                  housing services to 24 people across North
                                  Wales in properties owned by Registered
                                  Social landlords. The Floating Support Team
                                  provides support to tenants in the Rhyl area.
                                  The 'Gift' Project in partnership with
                                  Denbighshire County Council provides support
                                  to individuals referred from DCC's
                                  homelessness department. Support is provided
                                  to service users in temporary accommodation,
                                  to facilitate the development of independentYoung
                                  living. The Nacro Nightshelter provides     People>Offender
                                  emergency accommodation for up to eight     s/ex-
                                  people aged 18+ as well as support to       offenders>Homel
                                  promote progress towards settled            ess>Lack of
                                  accommodation and greater independence.     Skills>Substance
                                  Resettlement and Advice Project helps       /alcohol misuse
                                  service users access a good standard of     issues.Contact
www.nacro.org.uk                  housing with appropriate support.           provider direct
                                                                              Women
                                                                              only>Unemployed
                                                                              >offenders>substa
                                                                              nce/alcohol
                              Provision of training, information and support. misuse>young
                              Employment advice, volunteering, work           people>mental
www.northwaleswomenscentre.co experience and social activities for women      health
.uk                           aged 18+                                        issues>Homeless

                                  Parent company of Clwyd Alyn & Ty Glas.
                                  Registered social landlord. Provides general
                                  corporate management support services, as
                                  well as specialist services, to Pennaf Housing
                                  Group members. Pennaf offers services to
                                  organisations operating in North and Mid
                                  Wales, that are seeking innovative solutions to
                                  local housing and related care problems. The
                                  service benefits organisations by reducing
                                  their operating costs, so they can focus on
www.pennaf.co.uk                  their core purpose in meeting customer needs.     Housing issues
                                  To relieve persons who are in need and
                                  homeless and promote their rehabilitation
                                  with a view to them taking their full place
                                  in society.
                                  To give vulnerable people opportunity to
                                  improve the quality of life by providing a
                                  stable environment which enables them
                                  to take greater responsibility for their          Homeless/threat of
                                  lives. The support is facilitated through a       homelessness>Subst
www.sanctuarytrust.org.uk         'buddy system'.                                   ance Misuse
                                   Working for people who have a housing need,
                                   preventing them from losing their homes by
                                   offering free, confidential and independent
                                   advice. When necessary, constructively
                                   challenge on behalf of people to ensure they Homeless/threat of
                                   are properly assisted and to improve practice homelessness>All
www.sheltercymru.org.uk            and learning.                                 client groups



                                   We work with people who use our services as
                                   equals. We provide information, advice and
                                   support to help people identify the best    All
                                   options to find and keep a home and to help Groups.Contact
www.svp.org.uk                     them take control of their own lives.       provider direct
                                   charitable housing association, which
                                   provides homes for people who are in          Homeless/threat of
                                   need, especially the elderly and young        homelessness>All
www.taiclwyd.com                   low income families.                          client groups

                                   A multi-agency project for homeless people
                                   living in temporary accommodation or for
                                   those at risk of homelessness. Housing related
                                   support is provided by the agency most
                                   appropriate to the client's needs but with the
                                   common aim of achieving independent living
                                   in the community. Referral routes are mainly
www.denbighshire.gov.uk            via Denbighshire Housing Services.             Homelessness

                                   Rented accommodation provision. Providing a
www.wwha.net                       range of rented accommodation for all.      Housing needs

                               Responsible for the delivery of programmes
                               of supervision for offenders subject to
                               Community Orders or following release from
                               a custodial sentence. Access to services
                               through the sentencing process, ages 18+.         Ex-
                               Service users are able to access a significant    offenders>Offende
                               range of services associated with employment      rs subject to
                               training and education through the                sentence of Courts.
www.northwalesprobation.gov.uk partnership network that the service accesses.    18+
                               Supported living scheme for 16-25 year olds,
                               young single homeless people, providing
                               accommodation, training and support,              Young People
                               enabling and motivating individuals to take       aged 16+>Single
                               control of their lives and achieve                and
                               independence. There are opportunities             Homeless>Voluntee
                               through the provision of training, employment,    rs>lack of skills>Ex-
                               education, leisure, hobbies and voluntary         offender>substanc
www.pennaf.co.uk               sector involvement.                               e/alcohol misuse.
Stage of Pathway Referral Route



Stage 1: Positive     Community
Activity              Organisations




Stage 1: Positive
Activity > Stage 2:   Self
Work Preparation      referral/health
initial Stages        professionals




Stage 1: Positive
Activity>Stage 2:     Self-
Work Preparation      referral/communit
Initial stages.       y organisations


                      Contact the
No Pathway            provider direct




                      Contact the
No Pathway            provider direct


Stage1: Positive
Activity - Stage 2:   Self
Work preparation      referral>Contact
initial stages.       provider direct.
Stage 1: Positive      Self-
Activity - Stage 2:    referral>Commu
Work preparation       nity
initial stages.        organisations.




                       Self-
                       referral/commun
                       ity
Stage 1: Positive      organisations>S
Activity - Stage 3:    OVA>Wales
Work preparation       Probation
later stages           Service




Stage1: Positive
Activity > Stage 5: In
work longer term       All referral routes
support                and self referral




                       Contact the
No Pathway             provider direct




Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 2:    Self referral>
Work Preperation       Community
initial stages         Organisations
Stage 1: Positive
Activity              Self referral
                      Self-
                      referral>Commu
                      nity
Stage 1: Positive     organisations>N
Activity - Stage 2:   acro>Wales
Work preparation      Probation
initial stages        Service.


Stage 1:Positive
Activity              Self referral




Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 2:   Denbighshire
Work preparation      County Council
and initial stages.   Housing Services

                      Contact the
No Stages             provider direct




                      Determined by
Stages 1:Positive     the Sentence Plan.
Activity > Stage 3:   Referral by the
Work preparation      Offender
later stages          Manager.



                      Self
                      referral>DCC
Stage 1: Positive     Homeless
Activity>Stage 2:     section>Social
Work preparation      Services>Commun
initial stages        ity organisations.
      Organisations                   Address                      Phone



Business Information
Service                   Denbighshire County Council      01745 332660




Denbighshire Enterprise   Morfa Clwyd Business Centre,
Agency                    84 Marsh Road, Rhyl.             01745 330777




Federation of Small
Businesses                PO Box 244, Rhyl. LL18 9BY.      01745 362492




G2G Communities CIC       25 Bath Street, Rhyl. LL18 3EB   01745 350765




                          Intec, Parc Menai, Bangor,
Menter a Busnes           Gwynedd. LL57 4FG                01248 672610




                          The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
Princes Trust             Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE             01745 350051
                                                                          Client
                                                                       Group/Eligibili
          Email                    Service Description                      ty             Stage of Pathway
                         Helps new and existing businesses
                         with all their business information                             Stage 4: In work early
                         needs and acts as a signposting                                 support - Stage 5: In
businesssupport@denbighs service to other business support             Self-             work longer term
hire.gov.uk              providers.                                    employment        support
                         Business support, advice and
                         guidance and training in relation to
                         self employment and setting up a
                         business. TEST TRADING Project -                           Stage 4: In work early
                         A client can remain on benefits and           Self-        support - Stage 5: In
                         start their own business with a               employment>U work longer term
www.denbighbiz.co.uk     mentor.                                       nemployed    support

                           The Federation of Small
                           Businesses is the UK's largest
                           campaigning pressure group promoting
                           and protecting the interests of the self-
www.fsb.org.uk             employed and owners of small firms          Self employed
                           New technology training for
                           employment, basic skills training, business                   Stage 1: Positive
                           start-up, business consulting, moving into                    Activity - Stage 5: In
                           employment training, mentoring and                            work longer term
moiralockitt@yahoo.com     coaching.                                   Unemployed        support.

                           An independent company that helps
                           Welsh speakers and people in
                           Wales generally to contribute
                           towards developing the economy. It
                           designs development programmes in
                           the field of business support,
                           entrepreneurship and innovation. It
                           also contributes to policy          Entrepreneursh
                           development in sectors relevant to  ip>self
www.menterabusnes.com      the company‘s activities.           employed

                                                                   Young people
                                                                   aged 14-30 who
                                                                   fall into the
                                                                   Princes Trust's
                                                                   target
                                                                   groups:>Unempl
                                                                   oyed>Ex-
                                                                   Offenders>Subst
                                                                   ance/alcohol
                                                                   misuse>Disability
                                                                   >mental health
                           Offers a range of personal development issues>
                           programmes that improve skills, develop Volunteers> self
                           confidence and direct young people      employment>
                           towards education, training, employment carers/leaving Stage 1: Positive
                           and self employment via the Prince's    care>lacking      Activity>Stage 4: In work
www.princes-trust.org.uk   Trust's Business Programme.             skills            early support
    Referral Route




Self-referral



Self-referral>Job
Centre Plus>
Community
Organisations




Contact the provider
direct


Self-
referral>Community
Organisations.




Contact the provider
direct




Self referral>community
organisations
         Organisations                     Address                   Phone


                               A4e Rhyl
                               17-19 Kinmel Street
                               Rhyl
                               Denbighshire
A4E                            LL18 1AH                         01745 361693




                               Unit 1&2a, Westbourne Centre,
BTCV                           Wood Road, Rhyl. LL18 1DZ.       01745 342426




Careers Wales                  Station Buildings, Bodfor St, Rhyl 01745 330012
                               Cefndy Healthcare
                               Cefndy Road
                               Rhyl
                               LL18 2HG
Cefndy Healthcare                                                 01745 343877



                               Bryn Eirias, Abergele Road,
Chwarae Teg                    Colwyn Bay. LL29 8BY.            01492 511703




                             Unit D, Station House, Bodfor
Community Development Agency Street, Rhyl, LL18 1AT             01745 360260


                               9, Victoria Avenue, Prestatyn.
Co-options Ltd                 LL19 9DF                         01745 851454
                               Brierley House, Ferry Farm Road,
                               Llandudno Junction, Conwy. LL31
Crest Cooperative Ltd          9SF.                             01492 896783


                               38, Chester Rd West, Shotton,
Driver Hire Chester            Deeside. CH5 1BY                  01244 819019



G2G Communities CIC            25, Bath Street, Rhyl. LL18 3EB   01745 350765


                               32, Station Road, Queensferry,
Hexagon Recruitment Services   Deeside. CH5 1SX                  01244 815615




Job Centre Plus                High St, Rhyl. LL18 1UB           01745 455900


                               29b, Station Road, Queensferry,
Kinetic Recruitment            Deeside. CH5 1SU                  01244 821737


                               Tai Towyn Business Centre,
Letterbox Recruitment          Sandy Lane, Prestatyn. LL19 7SF 01745 856485


                               76, Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay.
Pertemps Select Ltd            LL29 7PP                          01492 530520
                           The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
Princes Trust Cymru        Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE              01745 350051



                           The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
Rathbone                   Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE              07833 092683

                           3rd Floor, Refuge House, 33/37,
                           Watergate Row South, Watergate
Reeds Recruitment Agency   Street, Chester. CH1 2LB          01244 403664




                           The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
Remploy                    Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE                  3004568055




                           16-18 Edward Henry Street, Rhyl.
Serco                      LL18 1TE                         01745 357100

                           11, Connaught House, Riverside
                           Business Park, Benarth Road,
Social Firms Wales         Conwy. LL32 8UB.                      7799345939


                           276, Abergele Road, Old Colwyn,
Supertemps                 Colwyn Bay. LL29 9LN.           01492 517602
                                1st Floor, Government Buildings,
                                Bridge Street, Llangefni,
Want 2 Work                     Anglesey. LL77 7YJ                     8003286370




                                Morfa Hall, Bath Street, Rhyl.
WCVA                            LL18 3EB                           01745 357540


                                The Hub, 69-75, Wellington
Working Links - Progress 2 Work Road, Rhyl. LL18 1BE               07977 239020


                                York House, 17, Kings Avenue,
Yours Sincerely                 Prestatyn. LL19 9AA                01745 887788
                                                                                       Client
           Email                            Service Description                    Group/Eligibility

                               Provides services for the unemployed to return
                               into employment. Pathways to Work
                               programme out of A4e Kinmel Street and the
                               Community Task Force Programme for
                               customers aged between 18-25 claiming JSA. Unemployed>sicknes
www.a4e.co.uk                  We also a Programme Centre from the HUB.       s related benefits

                               Supporting the long term unemployed back into
                               work or training through a range of
                               programmes. Provide information on welfare
                               benefits. The programmes running are:
                               RESTART - Programme open to everyone who
                               resides in the Rhyl area who are unemployed.
                               FUTURE JOBS FUND - Eligible individuals will
                               generally either be long-term claimants of JSA
                               aged 18-24, or long-term claimants on out-of-     Restart: Unemployed
                               work benefits and living in an area of high       living in Rhyl. Future
                               unemployment. Other individuals may be            Jobs Fund: Long term
                               confirmed as eligible by JCP at its discretion.   claimants of JSA aged
                               FLEXIBLE NEW DEAL - Eligibility is those who      18-24. Flexible New
                               have been claiming JSA for 12 months within       Deal: Claiming JSA
www.btcv.org                   Denbighshire, referred by JCP.                    for 12 months+

                               All age independent careers information,
                               advice & guidance service to help people:
                               explore their ideas, experiences and skills,
                               suitable jobs and careers, explore their options
                               and plan their next steps. Support aimed at
                               helping the unemployed return to work with job Young People aged
rhyloffice@careers-gyrfa.org.uksearching, interview techniques and CV's.        14-19 > Adults 19+


                               To provide meaningful employment to disabled
                               people and where possible enable them to     Disability>Unemploye
www.cefndy.com                 return to the open labour market.            d


                                                                                 Employed>
                                                                                 Women>Lack of
www.chwaraeteg.com             Offers in-work support for women                  skills>Lone Parents



                             Community development agency & resource
                             centre, providing support to over 200 local
ann.weir@denbighshire.gov.uk community organisations, project & initiatives      All Groups

                               To manage and develop social enterprises that Learning
                               offer employment opportunities to those with a Disabilities.Contact
www.cooptions.co.uk            learning disability.                           Co-Options direct.
                                                                           Unemployed 6
                                                                           months+>Ex-
                                                                           offender>Substance
                             ILM provider. Supported work placements with Misuse
                             job search/coaching support. Eligibility:     issue>Recently made
                             Unemployed 6 months+, ex-offenders and the redundant (case by
www.crestcooperative.co.uk   recently made redundant (case by case basis). case basis).


                             Relief drivers. Driving agency supplying workforce
www.driver-hire.co.uk        to transport and industry                            Unemployed
                             New technology training for employment, basic skills
                             training, business start-up, business consulting,
                             moving into employment training, mentoring and
moiralockitt@yahoo.com       coaching.                                            Unemployed


                             Temporary and Permanent. Industrial, technical and
www.hexagon.co.uk            commercial.                                        Unemployed

                             Provides support to employers in filling their
                             vacancies. Supports employers and employees
                             in redundancy situations. Provides support to
                             individuals who are unemployed, ensuring they
                             have the right benefits in payment, receive the
                             right support at the right time to help them find
                             work. Provides support to unemployed
                             individuals with health problems. Works with a
                             range of partner organisations to support
                             unemployed people gain the skills they need to Unemployed > All Client
www.direct.gov.uk            help them return to work.                         Groups

                             Temporary and Permanent. Skilled and semi skilled
                             personnel to industrial and engineering
www.kinetic-plc.co.uk        environments, human resources and payroll.        Unemployed


                               Temporary and permanent. Sales, accounts,
www.imgtraining.co.uk/letterboxsecretarial and IT.                              Unemployed


                             Temporary and Permanent in a variety of areas at
www.pertemps.co.uk           all levels. Industrial and administration.         Unemployed
                                                                                  Young people aged 14-
                                                                                  30 who fall into the
                                                                                  Princes Trust's target
                                                                                  groups:>Unemployed>E
                                                                                  x-
                                                                                  Offenders>Substance/a
                                                                                  lcohol
                             Offers a range of personal development               misuse>Disability>ment
                             programmes that improve skills, develop confidence al health issues>
                             and direct young people towards education,           Volunteers> self
                             training, employment and self employment.            employment>
                             Eligibility varies, contact the provider for further carers/leaving
www.princes-trust.org.uk     information.                                         care>lacking skills.
                             Services offered: Preparation for life and work,
                             apprenticeships, youth engagement and pre-16 14-25 in all services
                             education. 14-25's in all services. Rathbone         other than Flexible
                             also administers the Flexible New Deal contract New Deal , which is
www.rathboneuk.org           for 18-65's.                                         18-65.


                             Temporary and permanent. All categories of staff,
www.reed.co.uk               managerial, secretarial and industrial.             Unemployed
                             Providers of employment services and
                             employment to people with disabilities and
                             complex barriers to work. Services are
                             delivered through the Workstep Programme for
                             those with health conditions and disabilities in
                             receipt of benefits. Referrals are received         Unemployed>Disability
www.remploy.co.uk            through JCP or self referral.                       >Mental health issue
                             Delivering employment services to long term
                             unemployed people by subcontracting all front
                             line delivery to a network of the best local and
                             national welfare-to-work providers, integrating
                             them effectively with smaller, community-based      Unemployed>All client
www.serco.com                organisations.                                      groups
                             The creation of employment opportunities for
                             disabled people and others disadvantaged in
                             the labour market, through the development          Unemployed> All client
www.socialfirmswales.co.uk   and support of Social Firms in Wales.               groups


                             Temporary and permanent. Office and
www.supertemps.co.uk         secretarial at all levels.                          Unemployed
                              Want2Work offers all kind of help to people
                              who want new skills, training, advice, support
                              and work. Want2Work advisors can help you to
                              find something that will make a real difference
                              to how you feel and what you do. Such as:
                              Learning a new skill, taking part in voluntary
                              work or community activities, funding
                              employment, guidance and advice, gaining
                              confidence and motivation, health and
                              wellbeing activities and financial help for
                              training, employment or self employment.
                              Eligibility is 16+. Living in Rhyl East, Rhyl
                              South West and Rhyl West, out of work or
                              working less than 16 hours per week.               Working less than 16
                              Participants can be claiming a working age         hours per week>Lives
                              benefit, or not claiming any benefit. Support is   in:Rhyl East, Rhyl
                              not available to those claiming JSA. W2W will      South West, Rhyl
                              not affect your benefits or support a person       West>Claiming
jackie.farrall@dwp.gsi.gov.uk may be receiving from other organisations.         benefit - NOT JSA.
                              WCVA is the umbrella organisation for all
                              charities and voluntary organisations in Wales.
                              The Intermediate Labour Market is a
                              programme tackling unemployment and
                              promoting economic activity across North &
                              East Wales. The ILM also supports
                              organisations by setting up new ILM initiatives    Unemployed 6
                              across the region, from Holyhead to Wrexham        months+>Living in
www.wcva.org.uk               and Flintshire.                                    North Wales


                                                                                Unemployed>Substance
www.workinglinks.co.uk         Working Links delivers back to work initiatives. misuse


                               Temporary & Permanent. All types of office
www.yourssincerely.co.uk       personnel and accountancy.                        Unemployed
 Stage of Pathway            Referral Route



Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 5: In
work longer term
support.               Job Centre Plus




                         Restart: Self
                         referral>Community
Stage 1: Positive        Organisations. Future
Activity - Stage 5: In   Jobs Fund: Job Centre
work longer term         Plus. Flexible New
support.                 Deal: Job Centre Plus.




Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 5: In Community
work longer term       Organisations> Self
support.               referral/Drop-in

Stage 3:Work
preparation later
stages - Stage 4: In
work early support       Contact provider direct
Stage 2: Work
preparation initial
stages - Stage 5: In     Community
work longer term         Organisations>Self-
support.                 referral
Stage 1: Positive
Activity > Stage 2:
Work preparation
Initial Stages & Stage
4: In work early         Self referral>Community
support                  organisation
Stage 3:Work
preparation later
stages - Stage 4: In     Contact Co-options
work early support       direct.
                         Self referral>Wales
Stage 2: Work            Probation
preparation initial      Service>Nacro>Youth
stages - Stage 3:        Offending Team>Drug
Work preparation         Intervention
later stages             Programme
Stage 3:Work
preparation later
stages - Stage 4: In
work early support       Contact provider direct
Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 5: In   Self-
work longer term         referral>Community
support.                 Organisations.
Stage 3:Work
preparation later
stages - Stage 4: In
work early support       Contact provider direct




Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 3:
Work preparation         Drop-in>Contact
later stages             provider direct
Stage 3:Work
preparation later
stages - Stage 4: In
work early support       Contact provider direct
Stage 3:Work
preperation later
stages - Stage 4: In
work early support       Contact provider direct
Stage 3:Work
preparation later
stages - Stage 4: In
work early support       Contact provider direct
Stage 1: Positive
Activity>Stage 4: In     Self referral>community
work early support       organisations

Stage 1: Positive
Activity - Stage 5: In   Job Centre
work longer term         Plus>Contact provider
support.                 direct.
Stage 3:Work
preparation later
stages - Stage 4: In
work early support       Contact provider direct



Stage 2:Work
preparation initial
stages - Stage 4:In      Referral through
work early support.      JCP>Self referral




No front line delivery   Referral through JCP.
Stage 3: Work
preparation later
stages - Stage 4:In      Self referral>Contact
work early support       provider direct.
Stage 3:Work
preparation later
stages - Stage 4: In
work early support       Contact provider direct
Stage1: Positive
Activity - Stage 4: In   Contact the provider
work early support.      direct




                         Contact provider
Stage 2: Work            direct>JCP>Careers
preparation early        Wales>Working
stages - Stage 4: In     Links>Wales Probation
work early support       Trust
Stage1: Positive
Activity - Stage 5: In
work longer term         Contact the provider
support                  direct
Stage 3:Work
preparation later
stages - Stage 4: In
work early support.      Contact provider direct

				
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