Ty Adferiad



Contact Information


01766 513118



About the Project

Ty Adferiad is a six-bed supported accommodation project for homeless women in Gwynedd. Based in Porthmadog, the project works closely with other
agencies including the Community Mental Health Team, Substance Misuse Service, and National Probation Service. Ty Adferiad addresses a significant need within the local area for accommodation for women, run by women. The project is the first of its kind in Wales. Ty Adferiad is staffed 24 hours
a day, and is open 365 days a year, meaning residents can access support whenever needed. Alongside support, residents benefit from their own en suite room with shared cooking and lounge facilities.

We support homeless women with complex and co-occurring needs, often including a history of offending, substance use and mental health. We address these needs through highly skilled and trained staff, available 24 hours a day, in conjunction with multi-agency working to ensure service users access a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary package of support.

Our support is person-centred, trauma-informed and focuses on enabling the individual to take an active role in their journey. We work with residents to identify the areas they want to focus on, creating a support plan with them to identify goals and measure progress. Residents benefit from high-quality, safe and secure accommodation, which in turn reduces demand on local homelessness services. Through stable accommodation and consistent support, residents are able to address the issues they have faced, reducing re-offending, enabling recovery, positive relationships, and increased wellbeing.

Eligibility / Referral Process

Referrals are received via the Gwynedd Single Point of Access Team, working in partnership with Gwynedd Homeless Team. We can accept referrals for those aged 18 and above, who are homeless within the county of Gwynedd.

If you would like to request more information, please get in contact using the phone or email address below.