CUSP (Carmarthenshire United Support Project)
Provided by British Red Cross
CUSP is a project aimed at coordinating support for people living in Carmarthenshire who are over 18 years old and not receiving care on a regular basis.
The objective is to enable them to build confidence and maintain or develop their independence. It is especially appropriate for those who are on the ‘CUSP’ of needing more formal care and support from social services.
We liaise with local charities and agencies and aim to prevent the small setbacks that can sometimes tip someone over the edge and in to the need for hospital, residential or home care packages.
CUSP is supported by, and is a partnership between, The British Red Cross and - Carmarthenshire County Council; Age Cymru Sir Gar; Carers Trust; Carmarthenshire Care and Repair; Royal Voluntary Service; Eiriol; Crossroads; Menter Cwm Gwendraeth; Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service; CAVS (Carmarthenshire Association of Voluntary Services); S.W.A.I.L.(Safe Well And Independent Living)
Mon - Friday 9am - 4.30pm
By appointment only