Take advantage of the Council’s modern leisure centres or secure expert support for physical or mental health issues.
Modern gyms, classes from Aqua Aerobics to Zumba, swimming, free access to under-16s and their families during school holidays and more are offered at our leisure centres. We have dedicated staff, including a disability support worker, to help you get involved in sport.
For more information please visit www.rctcbc.gov.uk/leisure
or visit your local leisure centre.
Mental Health - Veterans NHS
The primary aim of Veterans’ NHS Wales is to improve the mental health and wellbeing of veterans with a service related mental health problem. The secondary aim is to achieve this through the development of sustainable, accessible and effective services that meet the needs of veterans with mental health and wellbeing difficulties who live in Wales. Each Local Health Board (LHB) has appointed an experienced clinician as a Veteran Therapist (VT) with an interest or experience of military (mental) health problems. The VT will accept referrals from health care staff, GPs, veteran charities (including Change Step, Combat Stress, SSAFA, Royal British Legion) and self-referrals from ex-service personnel.
For more information please visit http://www.veteranswales.co.uk or telephone 0800 132 737
Support at home includes; adaptations, living aids, respite care, assistance with domestic chores, specialised transport, access to day centres and independent living houses that prepare you for independent life.
For more information please visit our Disabilities Section on the website or,
Tel: 01443 425003
Intermediate Care and Rehabilitation
This team could help you get back on your feet after an illness or injury. They set goals with you - from walking to the shops to stepping down the aisle –and work intensively with a range of therapies to make it happen.
For more information please Tel: 01443 425003
or Email: email@example.com
The new Drug and Alcohol Single Point of Access (DASPA) allows you to secure the help you need quickly and confidentially.
For more information please visit our Substance Misuse section on the website or,
Telephone: 0300 333 0000
Thousands of people, including children and pensioners give their time to care for a loved one who is ill, disabled or affected by substance misuse or mental health issues. Carers need support too and there is an extensive amount available as well as dedicated help for young carers.
For more information please visit our carers section on the website or,
Telephone: 01443 425003
Affects people of all ages. The dedicated Oasis Centre in Pontypridd offers all services under one roof so you can drop-in for assistance.
Telephone: 0808 80 10 800
A team of experts can help those who are blind, partially-sighted or deaf helping you maintain independence and benefit from equipment that can help.
For more information please visit our sensory loss web pages or telephone: 01443 425003
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