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Blaenavon Resource Centre Timetable (Social & Wellbeing Support)

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Thank you for your responses! Find out more about what you told us and how we are responding here

We received over 100 responses to our survey to find out whether people are aware of the services available to them at Blaenavon Resource Centre and what additional services people would like to see in their community. Many local people know this centre as the medical centre or GP surgery and are not always aware of the full range of services available.

The information you provide will be used to inform development of the centre and is part of a wider conversation across the community in person and online. We will provide regular updates on what you have told us and how we will respond.



Citizens Advice provides good quality, independent advice in relation to benefits, work, debt and money, consumer, housing, family law, immigration and health. For general advice drop in Monday or Tuesday 9:30am-3:30pm  


For specialist advice make an appointment by calling 01633 876121 and request Blaenavon. Appointments are available at the Resource Centre every Wednesday between 9.30am and 3.30pm.


For free, impartial and confidential advice on how maximise your income and to keep your home warm including advice on energy efficiency, debt and benefits call 01633 876121 and request Blaenavon to make an appointment. Appointments are available between 10.30 and 11.30 am and 1.30- 2.30pm. Drop in availability at other times between 9.30am and 3.30pm


For more information on the services provided by Citizens Advice and other ways they can be accessed see Citizens Advice Torfaen

Monday 1-2pm

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Craft, coffee and chat

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For more information on the services provided by Stori Cymru and other ways they can be accessed see Home | Stori (

Monday 12-2pm


For more information on the services provided by Pobl and other ways they can be accessed see Pobl - Making a difference to people's lives (

Torfaen Vulnerable Adults & Hospital Discharge Service

The vulnerable adult service can help anybody living in Torfaen who may be in need of support due to disability or illness. The service can help you with:

  • Managing your accommodation

  • Managing your money

  • Accessing appropriate benefits and budgeting

  • To be healthy and active

  • To access training and volunteering opportunities

  • Basic life skills training

We can help you to maintain independence to manage your accommodation. You can access support in your own home or other locations at a time that suits you.
For more information phone 07796350738
To make a referral contact the housing support grant team via torfaen gateway:
Phone: 01495 766949 or

9.30am - 1pm
1.30pm - 4.30pm

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Torfaen Customer Care team are available for support with a range of services including the following:​

Services available:

• Payments
• Council Tax
• Benefits
• Recycling and waste
• Help with Universal Credit claims
• Housing related support & homelessness
• Adult Social Care
• Street Lighting/potholes
• Bulky collections and permits
• Blue badge applications​

For more information on the services provided by Torfaen Council and other ways they can be accessed see Customer Centres & Telephone Contact Centre | Torfaen County Borough Council

First Thursday of the month
10am - 12pm

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Drop in to:

  • Find out about the information, support and services available at Blaenavon Resource Centre

  • Tell us your experiences of accessing the centre and how we might improve it

  • Find out more about local activities, groups and volunteering opportunities.

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Do you live in privately rented housing or are you a private sector landlord? Do you think the sector could work better for both tenants and landlords? You can have an opportunity to shape discussions as part of the Tai Pawb Champions Network. Find out more here or for more information: | 07788 901919

Or drop into Blaenavon Resource Centre on one of the following dates:

Tuesday 26th September 10am-12pm

Tuesday November 14th 10-12

Tuesday 16th January 2024 10-12

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