Pembrokeshire People First

Pembrokeshire People First

Charity information

Pembrokeshire People First

Pembrokeshire People First (PPF) is a charity run by and for adults (16+) with learning disabilities and/or autism. We provide advocacy, supportive and safe group projects; training for our members and other organisations; and collective advocacy on issues that our members know are important. We're all about choice, control, and developing resilience.

Founded 2002

  • Mission statement

    PEMBROKESHIRE PEOPLE FIRST IS AN ORGANISATION RUN BY AND FOR ADULTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES AND/OR AUTISM. THE SERVICES PROVIDED INCLUDE 1:1 ADVOCACY, TRAINING FOR AND BY OUR MEMBERS, SUPPORT WITH CAMPAIGNING ON ISSUES IMPORTANT TO OUR MEMBERS, A DROP IN CENTRE, SELF ADVOCACY GROUPS AND A INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS TRAINING CENTRE

  • Aims

    Pembrokeshire People First aims to:

    • To ensure everyone we work with has their voice listened to and their choices respected
    • No decision about us, without us
    • To challenge stereotypes and preconceptions about learning disability and autism by engaging with our community, and beyond
    • To be kind
  • Overview

    Established: March 2002

    Registered Charity Number: 1091201

    Board members: 13

    Full time staff: 2

    Part time staff: 10

    Volunteers: 25

    Phone number: 01437 762524

    Address: Portcullis House, Old Hakin Rd, Haverfordwest SA611XE

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