The Men’s Shed Cymru project is managed by Hafan Cymru.
Hafan Cymru is a charitable housing association that provides housing and support to men, women, their children and young people across Wales. Hafan Cymru primarily works with those escaping domestic abuse, helping them regain their independence. Therefore, they are committed and passionate about saving lives.
Since its inception in 1989, Hafan Cymru, has grown from strength to strength, and currently has over 150 staff delivering a range of services across 16 of the 22 Local Authorities in Wales. For more information about their history please click here.
Hafan Cymru offers a complete package of support provision to help people with a wide range of needs, often complex or multiple needs – including those who have experienced physical, sexual or psychological abuse; those recovering their mental health; ex-offenders; substance misusers; care leavers.
Latest tweets from Hafan Cymru:
Did you know housing has fantastic career opportunities?
There are over 200 different jobs within housing associations in Wales.
Take a look at some of our current career opportunites at Hafan Cymru:
#ThisIsHousing @ThisisHousing https://t.co/0iYtnSsKEx
Wyddech chi fod cyfleoedd gyrfa gwych mewn tai?
Mae dros 200 gwahanol fath o swyddi o fewn cymdeithasau tai yng Nghymru.
Cymerwch olwg ar y cyfleoedd gyrfa sydd yn Hafan Cymru ar y funud:
#DymarSectorTai #ThisIsHousing @ThisisHousing https://t.co/XAuGik7Lwr
Hafan Cymru provide high quality support and accommodation to victims of domestic abuse and provide educational services to help people’s understanding of healthy relationships.
Our promise is the work in partnerships so that everyone in Wales can live fear free. https://t.co/f4nmu1yT73
Dydy perthnasoedd diogel, cyfartal ac iach erioed wedi teimlo'n bwysicach. Mae @spectrumcymru yn cyflwyno sesiynau a deunyddiau dwyieithog i ysgolion ledled Cymru i helpu disgyblion i ddeall a mwynhau perthnasoedd parchus trwy gydol eu bywydau
Safe, equal, healthy relationships have never felt more important. @spectrumcymru delivers bilingual sessions and materials for schools across Wales to help pupils understand and enjoy respectful relationships throughout their lives.
"My support worker helped me get back into society. The staff in Haverfordwest have been welcoming and helped me socialise with people when I couldn’t do that on my own. My support worker helped me feel visible and have a voice when I wasn’t feeling great." https://t.co/xdGvYvFQxZ