Social services complaints
We want our services to be the best they possibly can and that is why your feedback is important to us.
You may feel unhappy with a service you have received or you may have an idea that helps us improve.
If a member of staff or team has given you an excellent service, we would love to hear about it.
If you are unhappy about a service you have received or you want to make a complaint on behalf of someone else, please contact the Complaints and Information Team. You can do this by completing our online form
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Don’t be afraid to complain. We welcome your comments, both positive and negative, because they may help us to improve our services for everyone. The complaints process has two distinct stages. You may make your initial complaint at either Stage 1 or Stage 2.
Stage 1 – local resolution
Most problems are best sorted out by the staff who are working with you. Contact the person in charge of your local service or contact our complaints officer who will speak to that person on your behalf. You can do this face-to-face, by telephone, in writing or by email. They will do their best to sort things out quickly. This should take no more than two weeks.
Stage 2 – formal consideration
Contact our complaints officer who will arrange for someone to investigate your complaint. This person will not work for Caerphilly County Borough Council. You have the right to expect a response from the Council within five weeks. You may contact the complaints officer to make your initial complaint or after having spoken to the staff who work with you. The complaints officer may also suggest resolving your complaint through mediation, if appropriate.
If you are still not happy with the outcome of your complaint, you can contact the Public Services Ombudsman for Wales in writing to: 1 Fordd yr Hen Gae, Pencoed, Bridgend CF35 5LJ.
Getting help to raise your concern
If you need help to raise a concern, Llais – your voice in health and social care can help you do this.
Llais is an independent body and its free Advocacy service and can provide information, advice, and support to members of the public who may wish to raise a concern.
Llais can support you to raise a concern and give advice on the most appropriate course of action. You can contact your local Llais office at the following address:
Gwent Region Raglan House
6-8 William Brown Close
Llantarnam Business Park
Cwmbran NP44 3AB
Tel: 01633 838516
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