Our Mission

Caniad is for anyone involved with mental health or substance misuse services, and anyone who cares for someone using these services. Influence decisions and help to shape mental health and substance misuse services by becoming a Caniad Involver.

Our model, ethos and structure has been developed by a panel of people who use mental health and substance misuse services, and their carers, across all six counties of North Wales.

Our service has been built upon a ladder of participation, which will be used as a framework to help involve more people in this vital area.

North Wales Area Planning Board (APB) and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) commission Caniad to provide an integrated service user and carer involvement service for people with a lived experience of using their services, or their carer.


Mae Caniad wedi ei gomisiynu gan Fwrdd Cynllunio Ardal Gogledd Cymru a Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Betsi Cadwaladr i gynnig gwasanaeth cynhwysfawr i bobl sydd â phrofiad o ddefnyddio’u gwasanaethau, neu eu gofalwyr, gyda’r nod o’u cynnwys yn eu gwaith.

Gweithio gyda'n gilydd fel llais cyfunol - grymuso cyfranogiad cadarnhaol trwy undod.

Working together as a combined voice- empowering positive involvement through unity

To refer someone to Caiad, please use the link below

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if your in the Colwyn Bay area and are interested in coming to our big chat at Norfolk House in Colwyn Bay from 2-4 pm today. Stop by and say hello!
Mae’r rhain yn gyfleoedd cyffrous i bobl sydd â phrofiad o fyw neu sy’n gofalu am bobl â phrofiad o fyw, i helpu i sicrhau bod lleisiau ein cymunedau ledled Cymru yn cael eu clywed ac i rannu eu profiad a’u gwybodaeth.
For more information please visit their website: https://t.co/3Uj3NnPk2F