Search for advice and support
We have provided a list of local and national organisations which could offer you further advice and support.
Check-in-and-chat telephone service for anyone over 70 in Wales who lives alone.
Age Cymru West Glamorganhttps://swansea.gov.uk/ageCymruWestGlamorgan
Help and advice for older people in Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend
Bipolar U Online and telephone support.
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.
Care and Repair Western Bayhttps://swansea.gov.uk/careandRepairWesternBay
Charity supporting and assisting older, disabled and vulnerable people.
Digital Communities Waleshttps://swansea.gov.uk/digitalCommunitiesWales
Digital Communities Wales (DCW0) is supporting people use technology during the covid-19 pandemic.
The Safer Wales Dyn project provides support to Heterosexual, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender men who are experiencing domestic abuse from a partner.
FAN (Friends and Neighbours) groups in Swanseahttps://swansea.gov.uk/FAN
Links friends and neighbours in local communities.
Help to get Swansea onlinehttps://swansea.gov.uk/helpGetSwanseaOnline
Tutors will talk you through the process of getting online.
Home Instead Senior Carehttps://swansea.gov.uk/homeInsteadSeniorCare
Home care service in Swansea.
LGBT Cymru Helpline and Counselling Serviceshttps://swansea.gov.uk/LGBThelpline
The LGBT Cymru Helpline and Counselling Service is a free, professional and caring service for the LGBT+ community in Wales.
Local Area Coordinationhttps://swansea.gov.uk/linktoLAC
Can help anyone build relationships within their community.
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.
Western Power Distribution (priority service register)https://swansea.gov.uk/westernpowerpriority
If you rely on electricity for medical equipment or if you are elderly, very ill or disabled.