We offer support, services and advice to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people throughout Wales who are affected by mental ill health.

We take a holistic approach, using solution focused methods that promote recovery, empowerment and independent living in the community.

Our project can help you set goals and review your progress to reach your full potential in areas of your life which could include:

  • Emotional and mental wellbeing
  • Confidence and self-esteem
  • Recovery from substance misuse and offending
  • Physical health
  • Housing/managing tenancies
  • Communications and language skills
  • Education and training
  • Life skills
  • Money (and benefits)
  • Cultural and religious needs
  • Family and parenting relationships (including support during domestic abuse)
  • Support networks
  • Jobs and volunteering
  • Social and recreational/ leisure

Our project also works to raise awareness of issues surrounding Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic mental health and to help reduce discrimination and inequality. We can offer understanding and non-judgmental support in areas such as:

  • Individual support, advocacy and counselling
  • Community support
  • Information and advice
  • Befriending and volunteering opportunities
  • Signposting for individuals, family members and carers
  • Hospital visits for in-patients

We work with:

  • People from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities
  • Asylum seekers/ refugees

Who can make a referral?

  • You (self-refer)
  • Voluntary and community organisations
  • Housing support workers
  • Social Services
  • Community Mental Health Teams (CMHTs)
  • GPs and other health professionals
  • Probation services
  • Refugee and asylum seeker organisations

You can find out more about our counselling service here.

Get in touch.

We accept referrals for people aged 18 years and over.

You can refer to us (or self-refer) by filling out this form or you can contact us:



We accept referrals for adults aged 16 years and over.

For West Wales, you can refer to us (or self-refer) by filling out this form or you can contact us:

paul.allchurch@diverse.cymru or cara.thould@diverse.cymru

For North Wales, you can refer to us (or self-refer) by filling out this form or contact us: chelsea.pemberton@diverse.cymru

Or call 02920368888

As a result of the added barriers affecting people from diverse communities, lots of our clients deal with isolation and loneliness, and other factors that further hinder their social lives. We need volunteers to befriend people experiencing isolation in the community.

Read more here or download the application form here.