NYAS Cymru have been fortunate to successfully be awarded charitable grant funding to provide non statutory additional services to care experienced young people across Wales.

Find out more about our range of projects

Project Unity

Project Unity offers support to care experienced pregnant young women and young mothers up to the age of 25 across Wales. We provide one to one emotional and practical support with the aim of keeping families together, wherever possible.

Young women can also get involved in projects with other young women with similar experiences. These projects provide confidence building, access to resources and grants, housing support, budgeting. This project also provides workshops on healthy relationships.

Read the recent Project Unity evaluation here.

Download the Project Unity leaflet in English or Welsh for more information.

Newid Project

The Newid Project offers support to care experienced young people aged 16-25 to help to manage their mental health and wellbeing. We can provide emotional support along with tools and techniques that will improve mental health and wellbeing.

We have extended our support during Covid-19 to all young people, parents and carers, who are known to NYAS Cymru and who would like to talk to someone for information and advice around wellbeing, including access to services and tips and ideas to use whilst staying at home.

Our Project Development Worker; Jo can be contacted between 1:00–3:00pm Monday to Thursday on 07990772088.

Download the Newid Project leaflet for more information

Police and Crime Commissioner Project

Our Aspire Project in Blaenau Gwent and our Taking Care Project in Cardiff provides support to care experienced young people to access positive activities and break down barriers to engagement, whilst providing educational workshops on serious crime, its effects on young people and their community.

Both projects provide access to a young person’s advisory forum for care experienced young people in order for young people to share their views with the police and court systems. We want to promote the voice of care experienced young people to influence change in services to reduce the criminalisation of young people in care.