Mental Health & Addiction
Our Mental Health and Addiction Services focus on recovery and inclusion by empowering and supporting people to achieve their goals.
Our services include: day support, supported housing, floating support & advocacy, counselling, social support, training, Mutual Aid Partnership and over 50’s specific support. Find out more about them below:
Supported Housing Services
Providing a home and community 24/7 for people living with mental ill health across Northern Ireland.
Community Wellbeing Schemes
Community-based recovery focused wellbeing support for people living with mental ill health.
Support and advice for people living in their own homes.
Information and support for people experiencing a mental health crisis, along with their families and carers.
Self-Harm Intervention Programme
A specialist programme for people who are self-harming, or are at risk of self-harming, and their families.
Mental health support service for young people aged 14-24 in the Omagh and Saintfield areas.
Providing support and information for people who have a family member in a mental health crisis.
Providing structured therapeutic support to individuals impacted by alcohol and substance misuse.
Practical assistance and support for individuals to help enable their recovery.
Mutual Aid Partnership
Providing support from people who share similar experiences, helping each other to manage or overcome addictive behaviours.
Addiction services-Older Adults
Tailored interventions to meet the needs of people aged 50+ who are using alcohol and in need of support. This programme is funded by Barclays.