We have more than 40 years of experience in helping people change their lives for the better
We help people to develop new skills and self-esteem as they recover from mental health and substance misuse conditions
Join one of our catering training programmes to develop new skills and confidence, and boost your employability!
Salus Withnell Hall provides a supportive environment for detoxification and recovery | Click on the image to learn more
The CAIS Supporting People team help vulnerable people and those at risk of homelessness to live independently
Click on the image to learn more about Change Step, our peer mentoring service for military veterans
Click on the image to access our wide range of training opportunities — including bespoke courses tailored to your needs
CAIS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Through organisational polices and procedures, staff training and practice guidelines, and supervision, CAIS ensures that staff can assess risk, recognise abuse, and report appropriately.
Further information on recognising and reporting abuse can be found via the Welsh Government's pages on the Social Services & Wellbeing Act 2014 and In Safe Hands: The Role of the Care & Social Services Inspectorate in Wales (CSSIW).
Concerns regarding suspected abuse can be raised with any member of CAIS service staff in complete confidence.