What does the Wrexham Community Safety Partnership (CSP) do?
Wrexham CSP brings together a range of local agencies who work together to help Wrexham become a safer place to live, work in and visit. The CSP does this by staying aware of the nature of crime and disorder, anti-social behaviour and substance misuse in the county borough, and implementing effective actions to address these issues.
The membership of the CSP includes:
- Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
- National Probation Service
- North Wales Area Planning Board for Substance Misuse (APB)
- North Wales Fire and Rescue Service
- North Wales Police
- Wrexham County Borough Council
The priorities and objectives for Wrexham CSP are set out in our partnership plan.
Live Fear Free – All Wales Abuse and Violence Helpline
Provides advice for those experiencing domestic abuse, sexual violence and other forms of violence against women.
Tel: 0808 8010 800
Dyn Wales Helpline – help for men affected by domestic abuse
Provides support to men across Wales who are experiencing domestic abuse of any kind with access to support services and safety.
Tel: 029 2034 9970
C.A.L.L. Mental Health Helpline for Wales
C.A.L.L (which stands for ‘Community Advice & Listening Line’) is a confidential listening and support service.
Tel: 0800 132737, or text HELP to 81066.
DAN 24/7 – Wales Drug and Alcohol Helpline
DAN 24/7 is a helpline for anyone in Wales wanting advice or help relating to drugs/alcohol.
Tel: 0808 8082234, or text DAN to 81066.
Hafan y Dref – night time welfare hub
Hafan y Dref aims to provide a safe space for visitors to the town centre at night, to help people with problems such as:
- feeling unwell
- being separated from their friends
- having no phone battery
- being too drunk to get home
Where needed, medical attention and support can be provided.
The centre is located at the bottom of Town Hill near St Giles Car Park.
The centre runs from 10pm to 4am on Friday and Saturday nights (as well as on other key nights in Wrexham).
People visiting the centre may be injured, intoxicated (from alcohol or illegal drugs) and/or vulnerable. The centre provides a combination of medical assessment, supervised recovery and discharge.
Other services provided are pastoral care, help for rough sleepers and advice to those who are lost or need to go home. It also can provide a physical base for partners managing the local night time economy.
The welfare centre is operated and staffed by Events Medical Team (external link).
The hub is funded through the Welsh Ambulance Service Trust, and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, along with our own funding.
For further information contact: email@example.com.