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Community Support Hubs

Community Support Hubs are a one-stop-shop for information, advice and practical support available to all residents. 

We have a number of Community Support Hubs located across North Wales where over 100 different community organisations come together to provide a wide range of services.

Community Support Hub services include, but are not limited to:

  • Lateral Flow Device (LFD) testing kit collection
  • Food (either foodbank or/and cooked meals/classes)
  • Accommodation/tenancy support
  • Money/debt management/Credit Union/benefit advice
  • Legal advice (family, employment, civil matters)
  • Fuel/heating support
  • Household goods (including white goods)
  • Family support
  • Mental & physical health support
  • Hospital to home
  • Domestic and substance abuse support
  • Gender support
  • Digital inclusion
  • Multilingual support
  • Modern slavery & exploitation support
  • Entry to employment/sustaining employment
  • Social prescribing

Accessing the Community Support Hubs services

To access the services offered at the hubs, you can:

  • Refer yourself or someone you know by calling or emailing the hub. You can also use our Community Support Hubs online referral form.
  • Drop in to a hub during opening times (either as a referrer or as a someone who wants to access the service)

Community Support Hub locations

Below is a list of the locations, opening times and contact details for Community Support Hubs across North Wales. You can also access the services online, through email, text or telephone. 

The COVID Support Hubs are always happy to work with other partner organisations. If you know a partner that would like to work with our hubs or would like to find out further information, please contact Lisa Goodier, Lead Manager: Protect - BCUHB at or 07525 726074.