Meet the team
CAIS is blessed with a long-standing and highly experienced Board of Trustees who care deeply about the charity and maintain a robust eye on its work on behalf of clients, employees and commissioners
Want to drop by? Find the address and contact details of all our area offices here, including email addresses and phone numbers
Our Wrexham detoxification service delivers great results in a safe and secure environment, with the support of our dedicated and experienced team of professional staff
Set within 14 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds on the edge of the Trough of Bowland, Salus Withnell Hall provides an environment perfectly suited to recovery offering time for reflection, and the opportunity to refocus and rebuild your life.
Rehabilitation supports and enables people to take control of their lives, free from substance dependency
Our Supporting People projects empower people to live independently in the community by providing both accommodation and support to develop the skills needed to keep a tenancy
The Wrexham Homelessness Prevention Project addresses issues faced by homeless or roofless young people in the Wrexham area
Delivered by veterans for veterans, Change Step offers peer mentoring and help to access services — including support to tackle mental health, substance misuse, criminal justice and housing issues
Military-themed Troop Cafe, on Mostyn Coachpark in Llandudno, offers training and volunteering opportunities, plus support for armed forces veterans
Parabl Talking Therapies provides short-term support for people facing common mental health problems or challenging life events in North Wales
All-addictions recovery centre, welcoming anyone who needs support on their journey. Programmes include Beat the Odds, for gambling issues; Enfys, for medics; and churches' counselling service Cynnal
Flintshire Sorted minimises the impact of drug, alcohol and substance related harm on young people, their families and the community, to enable them to lead healthy and crime-free lives
Powys Young Persons Substance Misuse Service (YPSMS) is a part of a range of services offered to adults and young people in Powys with drug and alcohol misuse issues
It’s hard to break free from the stigma of substance misuse, mental health concerns or a criminal record – we offer fellowship, support, and the chance to recover confidence and rebuild self-esteem
Delivering a successful criminal justice drug intervention, from arrest to sentence and beyond
Champions’ House is a creative, active and, above all, supportive hub for people who have suffered from drug and alcohol addiction and want to continue their recovery in Wrexham
You can join our 12-week rolling support programme —which supports participants to live an independent and economically-active life without substance use — at any time
Have some spare time? Want to pass on or develop your skills?
Why not help us improve lives by volunteering with CAIS?
Our placements are available across North Wales through your university. We endeavour to ensure that your experience with us is enjoyable as well as an asset to your CV.
The CAMRE Bursary supports those who want to break out of the cycle of offending and substance misuse but need a helping hand. Funding has helped jobseekers with equipment, training and inductions.
Our experienced team deliver a wide range of accredited courses and bespoke workshops to colleagues and partners — including those working in healthcare, criminal justice and local government
Living Room Cardiff's prayer for Easter has been prepared by the Revd Jim Clarke, Minister of Religion at Presbyterian Church of Wales, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll.
Living Room Cardiff is a community-based recovery centre and is based in 58 Richmond Road Cardiff.