Change Step is funded by the UK Government from Libor fines, is led by CAIS and delivered throughout Wales by members of the Drug and Alcohol Charities Wales (DACW) consortium.


CAIS

CAIS is a registered charity and leading voluntary sector provider of personal support services in Wales. We help people who are having problems with addictions, mental health, personal development and employment – as well as offering assistance and information to their families and friends.

Address: CAIS, 12 Trinity Square, Llandudno, Conwy   LL30 2RA
Telephone: 01492 872014 | Website: www.cais.org.uk


Drugaid

Drugaid has been helping individuals and communities tackle drug and alcohol problems in South Wales for over 30 years.  Our vision is to bring about positive and sustained change for individuals and communities in support of the aspirations and needs of those affected by their own or someone else’s drug or alcohol use, by offering opportunities aimed at minimising harm and maximising resilience.

Address: Drugaid Wales, 1st Floor, St. Fagans House, St. Fagan’s Street, Caerphilly   CF83 1FZ
Telephone: 02920 881000 | Website: www.drugaidcymru.com


Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope’s vision is to provide life enhancing services to people in their communities. In particular we provide support to people with drug and alcohol problems, enabling them to make positive changes in their lives. At the heart of our work is respect for all.

Address: Kaleidoscope, Powell’s Place, Newport, Gwent   NP20 1EL
Telephone: 01633 246196 | Website: www.kaleidoscopeproject.org.uk


TEDS

TEDS is a voluntary agency offering free and confidential services to users of drugs or alcohol throughout Rhondda Cynon Taff.  Established in 1985, we aim to provide high quality services to anyone affected by substance misuse.  We work within the harm reduction framework on a client led basis.

Address: TEDS, Engine House, Depot Road, Aberdare   CF44 8DL
Telephone: 01685 880090 | Website: www.teds.org.uk


WCADA

WCADA has been providing a range of treatment interventions for those affected by substance misuse for over 30 years.  It aims to prevent, treat and reduce the harm caused by alcohol and drugs to individuals, their families and the community.

Address: WCADA Ltd, 41/42 St. James Crescent, Uplands, Swansea   SA1 6DR
Telephone: 01792 646421 | Website: www.wcada.org