The Gwent Helping End Homelessness Project: BOOST (Building On Our Strengths Together) is a five year project supported by the National Lottery Community fund.
Gwent Boost is a partnership project aimed at enhancing current homelessness provision in Gwent through collaborative services with people with lived experiences.
The project will deliver:
Cyfannol Women’s Aid is co-delivering the Targeted Peer Advisor Programme with St Giles Trust, supporting the recruitment of women with lived experiences to become peer advisor, support them as they go through training, and helping to gain volunteer placements within the sectors and services aligned with it.
The project aims to support the development of confidence, skills, and qualifications of women and help them to gain employment that is meaningful to them.
For more information in regards to this project please download our leaflet.
To refer into the BOOST Project, make an enquiry, or find out more, call us on 03300 564456 or BOOST@cyfannol.org.uk
Gwent-wide support services for anyone who has experienced rape, sexual violence or childhood abuse at any time in their life.
The Ar Trac project is funded by Welsh Government Sustainable Social Services Third Sector Grant for 2020 to 2023 and is the first project of its kind in Wales, bringing together five specialist domestic abuse agencies to provide a consortium-led approach to supporting children and young people.
Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, the Assertive Outreach project operates across Gwent to respond to victims of domestic abuse at the point of crisis and to offer support at the earliest opportunity.