Community
Care Hub

Community Care Hub is there for homeless people and rough-sleepers in Wrexham. People can access advice and support around mental health, physical health, substance misuse, housing, benefits, domestic violence and probation services. Care Navigators (made up of CCC staff and peer-volunteers) coordinate the Hub and signpost Hub users to the right services. 

Community Care Hub

Community
Care Hub

Community Care Hub is there for homeless people and rough-sleepers in Wrexham. People can access advice and support around mental health, physical health, substance misuse, housing, benefits, domestic violence and probation services. Care Navigators (made up of CCC staff and peer-volunteers) coordinate the Hub and signpost Hub users to the right services. 

Everyone in
the room

Our ‘Everyone in the Room’ model brings together all the agencies that people need in the same room, at the same time every week. This system means people do not have to worry about missing appointments or needing paperwork they don’t have access to.

Everyone in
the room

Our ‘Everyone in the Room’ model brings together all the agencies that people need in the same room, at the same time every week. This system means people do not have to worry about missing appointments or needing paperwork they don’t have access to.

The overarching aims
of this model are to: 

  • Reduce barriers to public services for those who are in crisis

  • Ensure people are listened to and respected, whilst having their individual needs understood

  • Bring together local socially-driven organisations, so they can work more efficiently

  • Lower demand on mainstream public services

The Community Care Hub relies on the dedication and commitment of its volunteers, The Salvation Army, Association of Voluntary Organisations in Wrexham (AVOW) and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. 

Location: The Salvation Army, Garden Rd, Wrexham LL11 2NU 

Opening Times: every Friday 10.00-12.00, excluding Bank Holidays 

The overarching aims of this model are to:

  • Reduce barriers to public services for those who are in crisis

  • Ensure people are listened to and respected, whilst having their individual needs understood

  • Bring together local socially-driven organisations, so they can work more efficiently

  • Lower demand on mainstream public services

The Community Care Hub relies on the dedication and commitment of its volunteers, The Salvation Army, Association of Voluntary Organisations in Wrexham (AVOW) and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. 

Location: The Salvation Army, Garden Rd, Wrexham LL11 2NU 

Opening Times: every Friday 9.00-11.00, excluding Bank Holidays