Plas Bellin

Plas Bellin Hall offers temporary supported accommodation for up to 23 families. Plas Bellin is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The support team, which consists of coordinators and support workers are responsible for providing coordinated support-including multi-agency working, to assist each service user in achieving outcomes identified from their individual support plans. 

The aim of the project is to provide a high level of support, which will equip families with the necessary skills to maintain their own tenancy in the community independently. 

families supported, including 65 children (16-17)

Plas Bellin improves lives by:

  • Offering each family an assessment and a support plan, based on their individual needs
  • Helping with accessing and engaging with education and employment, as appropriate
  • Referral to specialist services including mental health, substance misuse services
  • Supporting people to gain skills and confidence to sustain a tenancy via the Resettlement Passport program and access stable move-on accommodation
  • Supporting families to engage in meaningful activities.
  • Providing a safe and positive environment which is conducive for outcomes to be achieved.

How to access the service?

All referrals are received by the Supporting People Gateway via Flintshire Council’s Homeless team.

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Plas Bellin Hall
Oakenholt Lane
Northop Hall

Tel: 01244 813562
Fax: 01244 819914


Mount Vernon Green
Hall Lane
L7 8TF

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P: 0151 709 0990
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