Age Cymru: a range of support for those aged 50 and over.
Alzheimer’s Society: support and advice for people with Alzheimer’s.
Armed forces support: for those who have served in or are leaving the UK armed forces
Citizens Advice Bureau: a free confidential advice and information service on subjects including welfare benefits, debt, consumer, housing, employment, and family issues.
Dementia - For further information on dementia services please visit the council dementia web page
Food banks: information if you are in need of a food bank
Integrated Autism Service: online advice and support for children, adults and those who support them.
Parkinson’s UK: information and support whether you have Parkinson's or care for someone who does.
Veterans' Gateway: the first point of contact for veterans seeking support, information and advice from healthcare and housing to employability, finances, personal relationships and more.
5 Ways to Wellbeing Coffee Morning: Providing practical tips to look after your wellbeing. First Thursday of every month at 11am. Email wellbeing_training.ABB@wales.nhs.uk for Zoom link.
Brain Tumour Support Group: Video Chats offering opportunities for patients, family members, friends and carers to connect and share experience in a virtual space via Zoom.
Dance for Parkinson's: Online Zoom sessions starting with a 'paned' together at 11.45am followed by the session at 12.00 – 1.00pm. Booking is required.
GDAS Hub: Offering a range on line groups to help with drug or alcohol use.
Newport Live Loud! Zoom group: Providing activities, exercises and group discussions for those with Parkinson’s.
Newport Mind: Activities taking place on Zoom from art, writing, singing and more.
Inside Out: A Community Arts and Mental Health project running a range of activities on Zoom.
Neighbourhood Hubs: Classes, young person’s support, family services, employment advice, activities and community projects.
Action against hearing loss: information and advice to those who are deaf.
Sight Cymru: advice, information or support for those who are sight impaired.
RNIB Cymru: a wide range of services and support for blind and partially sighted people.
Glaucoma UK: Helpline (01233 64 81 70) providing advice, guidance and information to those with glaucoma.
British Deaf Association: information and support for those with hearing impairments.
Facemasks for lip reading: Newport company GL100 Services can supply NHS compliant 3-ply British made lip-reading face masks to both individuals and in larger quantities.
Family Information Service: provide quality information for parents and childcare professionals who live or work in Newport.
Dads Can: male support service which helps fathers and father figures overcome challenges such as low confidence, mental ill health, relationship breakdown, access to children and negative lifestyle choices.
Family Wellbeing Newport: Families First supports those who are at risk of living in poverty, helping them to improve their health, safety, and to enjoy wellbeing.
Gingerbread: provide information to help single parents support themselves and their family.
Bereavement support and counselling
Cruse: bereavement support via telephone or Zoom.
Compassionate Friends (TCF): Helpline supporting bereaved parents, 0345 123 2304
Counselling Directory: search for and connect with professional counsellors and psychotherapists in your area.
Housing and independent living support
Advocacy support: Dewis Centre for Independent Living (CIL) Gwent - supporting people, enabling independent living and choice.
AskSARA: a free and easy to use online self-help guide providing expert advice and information on products and equipment for older or disabled adults and children.
Attic project: provides support to older people who need to make space in their homes by de-cluttering, sorting and clearing possessions.
Care and Repair: for homeowners or privately renting tenants aged over 60, offering advice and practical solutions to help carry out home improvements, repairs or adaptations to your home.
Housing related support: housing-related support services for vulnerable people living in the city.
Pendant alarms: peace of mind for carers if the person you care for is at risk when left alone.
Support for victims of abuse and crime
Connect Gwent: supports victims of crime for as long as they need.
Newport Women's Aid: practical and emotional support and / or refuge from domestic abuse.
Live Fear Free Helpline: help and advice to anyone experiencing domestic abuse 24/7. Free Helpline 0808 8010 800, text service 078600 77333
Men’s Advice Line: confidential helpline for men who have experienced or are experiencing domestic violence, 0808 801 0327
Gwent Drug and Alcohol Services (GDAS): offers a wide range of services to address drug or alcohol use.
New Pathways: supporting people who have been victims of sexual assault.
LGBTQ+: information and support for Newport's LGBTQ+ community