PCS is a registered charity founded in 1979. The initial aim was to support the resettlement of offenders and PCS successfully managed an employment project and victim support scheme. The aims have developed since and PCS now strives to assist all homeless persons with advice assistance and advocacy to enable them to secure safe and affordable accommodation. The alleviating the stress which can lead to other related social problems.
The organisation strives to be a forward thinking ready to be able to adapt to suit the needs of service users. Homelessness occurs for many reasons and no one is immune. People have presented themselves as homeless having had relationship breakdowns, fleeing from abuse, feeling violence, overcrowding, loss of job and unable to pay rent, changes in circumstances that has led to repositions, leaving care, leaving prison, and mental health breakdowns etc. Homelessness is a multi-faceted problem and often has links with other health and social related problems. Without safe and secure, affordable accommodation these issues are near impossible to address. PCS also provide a bond certificate scheme, a travel warrant scheme, supporting people schemes, crisis intervention, debt advice and a furniture grant scheme.
Advice, assistance and advocacy service
PCS offers advice and advocacy to anyone from the age of 16 upwards. The service assists with housing, welfare benefits and other homeless related issues. The service is available by appointment at the main office in Haverford west (daily) and also in the following areas:-
- Pembroke Dock
- Milford Haven
Freephone Number 0800 783 5001 Tel – 01437 765335
As an approved centre with Agored Cymru, SNAP Cymru work closely with PCS through a partnership arrangement enabling them to deliver nationally recognised and accredited training. To enhance their beneficiaries’ skills and to build their resilience, PCS deliver training programs on a range of topics from presentation skills to managing money. Quality assurance and recommendations for credit are provided by SNAP Cymru. For further information regarding a Partnership Arrangement contact the Training Manager on 01554 778288 or firstname.lastname@example.org