CAU located at House 56, Cardiff Royal Infirmary,, Newport Rd, Cardiff CF24 0DF, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 029 2046 1742

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Stephen Bidgood

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WIND IN THE WIRE

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Good luck to any one who has gone to CAU for help. Everyone there is pretty cool, no one there will

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Good luck to any one who has gone to CAU for help. Everyone there is pretty cool, no one there will judge you and whichever way you decide to go.....they will help you. My case worker worked with me and in just 4 months......I was clean. I had a few slip ups in the early years but managed to get myself back on track and now after years of drug abuse (I'm 61) I haven't been a drug addict for nearly 4 years and I haven't "slipped up" for over 2 years. If you are in trouble with drugs I highly recommend that you contact the CAU........THEY WILL HELP. GOOD LUCK ALL!

Mark Hilly

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Simon Amphlett

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Robert Macfarlane

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