Support us Other ways to support us Become a Supported Lodgings Provider Do you have a spare room and a willingness to help young people? We run Supported Lodgings Schemes in Newport, Carmarthenshire, Bridgend, the Vale of Glamorgan, Neath Port Talbot, Monmouthshire and Blaenau Gwent and are looking for people who are interested in supporting young people who have experienced homelessness by becoming a Supported Lodgings host. Our schemes have been running for several years and have been successful at helping young people to gain the skills and confidence to become independent young adults. The schemes provide young people with supportive accommodation for young people who cannot live at home. You don't need any special qualifications to be a Supported Lodgings host, and our current hosts come from a variety of backgrounds. It doesn't matter whether you are married or single, working or unemployed. All you need is a spare room and a willingness to help a young person to develop the skills they will need to eventually move into and manage their own home. In return, you will receive full training, a regular weekly payment to cover your costs and full support from Llamau. If you are interested in getting involved with our Supported Lodgings schemes, please contact the appropriate person in your area for a friendly informal discussion. Newport Phone 07966981058 / 01633 244134 or email [email protected] Vale of Glamorgan Phone 01446 748852 or email [email protected] Carmarthenshire Phone 07966 981050 or email [email protected] Monmouthshire Phone 01633 244134 or email [email protected] Blaenau Gwent Phone 01495 355 520 or emai [email protected] Neath Port Talbot Phone 01639 885 129 or email [email protected] I have been a supported lodgings provider for over a year and have provided a home for a diverse range of young people. I have been very impressed with the support from Llamau. They are available 24/7 and always provide good advice and support. I can discuss anything with them and always feel my problems and worries are dealt with positively.