As well as the services offered by USW, there are lots of external organisations who can help if you need information and support.
We have compiled a list of organisations who are able to offer advice if you, or someone you know, needs assistance. If you would like to recommend an organisation that's not listed below, please get in touch at [email protected].
More information on how to access support can be found on our Wellbeing Self Help A-Z.
Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
Race Council Cymru
Race Council Cymru represent and support organisations and grassroots communities in Wales to strategically challenge racial inequality, prejudice and discrimination.
Diverse Cymru are committed to supporting people faced with inequality and discrimination because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
Shelter Cymru provide information, advice and support to help people identify the best options to prevent homelessness, to find and keep a home and to help them take control of their own lives. They offer free, confidential and independent housing advice.
Stonewall Cymru provide information and support for lesbian, gay, bi, trans, queer, questioning and ace (LGBTQ+) people and their allies.
Disability Wales strives to achieve rights, equality and independent living of disabled people in Wales.
Welsh Women’s Aid
Welsh Women’s Aid works to end domestic abuse and all forms of violence against women. They provide lifesaving services to survivors of violence and abuse – women, men, children, families – and deliver a range of innovative preventative services in local communities.
Mencap Cymru work to make sure people with a learning disability are valued equally, listened to and included. They can give you the information you need to understand the rights of people with a learning disability and to support them to access services or challenge decisions.