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Services offering free health and wellbeing advice and support.

First published:
18 November 2022
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Mental health and wellbeing

C.A.L.L. Helpline

The C.A.L.L. Helpline is a dedicated mental health helpline. It provides confidential support to help you find support available in your local area. This includes voluntary and charitable organisations.

Contact 0800 132 737 or text ‘help’ to 81066 (Croesawir galwadau yn Gymraeg / Calls are welcomed in Welsh). 

Live Fear Free

Live Fear Free provides easy to access, confidential information and advice to all victims and survivors of violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence and those close to them, including family, friends and colleagues on a variety of matters which may be relevant to your situation. It is open 24/7, is free and will not show up on phone bills.

There are 4 ways to make contact:

By phone: 0808 80 10 800 (Croesawir galwadau yn Gymraeg / Calls are welcomed in Welsh)

Text service: 07860 077333

E-mail: info@livefearfreehelpline.wales

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Support for older people

Age Cymru Advice

Age Cymru Advice offers free, confidential and impartial support service. They can help older people, their families, friends, carers and professionals with information and advice on matters affecting older people.

To find out more, call 0300 303 398 between 9:00am and 4:00pm, Monday to Friday or email advice@agecymru.org.uk.

Care and Repair

Care and Repair provides information, advice and practical services that help older people in Wales stay safe, warm and well at home.

They fit disability aids and adaptations, supply home maintenance services, help maximise income and access grants, and make homes safe to return to from hospital.

To find out more, call 0300 111 3333 (Croesawir galwadau yn Gymraeg / Calls are welcomed in Welsh).

Even if you think that you do not ordinarily qualify for financial support you could now be eligible for some help with day to day living costs.