We’re pleased to be able to report that as of the beginning of August, we are hosting a walk in clinic staffed by Swansea’s ‘homeless and vulnerable adults’ nurse, Jan Keauffling.
This facility will be available to many of our friends in the city on Mon, Tue and Weds mornings from 8am, when we are open for breakfast for rough sleepers, (staffed by The Wallich), through until 11am each week.
Jan had a wonderful facility and treatment room at the Cyrenians centre at St Matthews in High Street, which tragically had to close earlier this year. We can’t offer the same space, but it does mean Jan and her colleagues, can continue to function effectively among vulnerable patients and deliver excellent health care that is accessible, in a familiar venue. This is very much a short term solution, but it will partially fill an important gap.
Thank you for your support in helping us to do this.
Over the years we have previously hosted numerous health days organised by Jan and her team of health professionals and in partnership with the Swansea School of Medicine and The Big Issue.
See this link to see what other things we are doing at Zac’s Place to look out for those in crisis.