41 Talbot Road
|How to donate||Items can be dropped off in person, post items and can be collected from some locations.|
|Currently accepting donations?||Yes|
|Make arrangement before donation?||Yes|
|Times for drop-off/donations||Between 9am and 5pm|
|What we do||WCADA is a registered charity and limited company founded in 1979 by, among others, Mr Alan Douglas and Dr Allan Hawkins. Our aims are to reduce, treat and prevent the harm caused by dependency and addiction to individuals, their families and the wider community including interventions to reduce harm in the criminal justice system. WCADA has been providing support and interventions for those affected by substance use for over 40 years, originally from a single office in Swansea to six agencies across Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend. WCADA is one of the leading alcohol and drug treatment agencies in Wales. We have designated services for children and young people, adults and older people. We also support family members and carers. We provide the Minnesota 12-Step Abstinence treatment programme and Harm Reduction services, including needle and syringe programmes and outreach support, diversionary activities and counselling. Additional services include Change Step, a mentoring service for veterans and their families; and a Supporting People housing related support service. Our approach is to inspire change and support people to achieve their potential whichever recovery path they choose. WCADA also offers individuals opportunities to learn new skills and rekindle lost skills, improve self-esteem and confidence. We encourage people to re-engage with diversionary activities, education, training, volunteering and employment. WCADA is experienced in working in the Criminal Justice field with Dyfodol workers in the Welsh public prisons at HMP Swansea, HMP Cardiff and HMP Usk / Prescoed and have specialist staff based within the Youth Justice Service in Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend, and at Hillside Secure Children’s Home in Neath. Historically, we have experience in the delivery of the Probation Statutory Order, the Drug Intervention programme and supporting individuals on community orders. WCADA’s main strength is its staff who bring a wealth of experience and academic achievement to the charity and are committed and passionate about delivering effective services for the people and communities we serve. Cyfle Cymru is lead by WCADA and supports those in recovery from / struggling with mental health and or substance use into education, training, employment and volunteering. As well as supporting individuals with building confidence, self-esteem and establishing a healthy routine.|
|What we accept||
We will only accept unused items.
|Accept part-used products?||No|
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