Search for advice and support
We have provided a list of local and national organisations which could offer you further advice and support.
Age Cymru West Glamorganhttps://swansea.gov.uk/ageCymruWestGlamorgan
Help and advice for older people in Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend
Bipolar UK Online and telephone support.
British Deaf Associationhttps://swansea.gov.uk/britishDeafAssociation
An organisation run by and for Deaf people, focusing on the language, community, identity and heritage of Deaf people and the representation of their needs, asp...
British Red Crosshttps://swansea.gov.uk/britishRedCross
We help anyone, anywhere in the UK and around the world, get the support they need if crisis strikes.
CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)https://swansea.gov.uk/CALM
CALM is the Campaign Against Living Miserably and are taking a stand against suicide.
Care and Repair Western Bayhttps://swansea.gov.uk/careandRepairWesternBay
Care and Repair aims to relieve the needs of people in the locality who are disadvantages by reason of health, ill-age or disability, by the provision of suppor...
Cruse UK (Bereavement Support) (Wales)https://swansea.gov.uk/CruseUK
Bereavement support for adults, children and young people when someone has died.
Digital Communities Waleshttps://swansea.gov.uk/digitalCommunitiesWales
Digital technology is crucial to help people stay connected, find reliable information, shop for necessities and stay healthy. DCW is here to support people to ...
Supporting those in the agricultural sector with poor mental health by providing support, spreading awareness and training those in farming communities to be mo...
FAN (Friends and Neighbours) groups in Swanseahttps://swansea.gov.uk/FAN
Links friends and neighbours in local communities.
Supporting bereaved children and young people.
A UK wide charity for people with hearing loss, their families and friends.
Help to get Swansea onlinehttps://swansea.gov.uk/helpGetSwanseaOnline
Tutors will talk you through the process of getting online.
Local area coordinatorshttps://swansea.gov.uk/linktoLAC
Your local area coordinator can help you find advice and support in your community.
Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD)https://swansea.gov.uk/RAD
RAD works with people with all forms of deafness. It specialises in advocacy and employment issues, legal support and deaf community development.
Swansea Centre for Deaf Peoplehttps://swansea.gov.uk/centreforDeafPeople
The centre is a base for Deaf and hard of hearing people to come and attend the various activities they may be interested in.
The Silver Linehttps://swansea.gov.uk/silverLine
Free confidential helpline providing information, friendship and advice to older people, open 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Wales Council for Deaf Peoplehttps://swansea.gov.uk/WalescouncilforDeafpeople
An umbrella organisation of associations, both voluntary and statutory, working in the field of hearing loss and deafness.