9 support services available across this Council.
Belfast Recovery College
A social support network is made up of friends, family and peers. It is comforting to
know that people are around if needed for a phone call or a cup of coffee. Having
a support network gives you a sense of belonging. This course will help you to
consider how to build or improve your support network and relationships.
Staff will find it useful to advise patients/clients in establishing a social support
network. (Duration of course: 3.5 hrs)
5 Wellesley Avenue
Over 200 volunteers drawn from across the community and from all walks of life come together to support the people of our community whenever they need us. Since 1961, Samaritans has served the people of Greater Belfast and beyond. We're open every day - 24/7 by phone, email and text. Our door opens 9am-10pm every day of the year.
29 Spring Meadow
Founded in 2017, Damgeo is an innovative provider of digital learning & development solutions. Focusing on the 4 “J’s” (just as needed, just enough, just in time, and just right), Damgeo closes the gap between employee potential, business transformation and results. Working in collaboration with some of the most dedicated and knowledgeable professionals in the industry, Damgeo has set out its vision to be a trailblazer in the Digital Training & Transformation industry.
Faith-based organisations in Northern Ireland have an important and distinctive place and reach in society, playing an important role in communities. So it is vital to raise funds and support the work you do. From finding the right funder for your organisation to completing the application process, it is essential to know what funders are looking for and what’s behind successful applications.
Fibromyalgia Awareness Northern Ireland is a registered charity organisation dedicated to providing help and support to
Fibromyalgia sufferers and those who care for them. Their family & Friends
Art & Culture
Online / Virtual
To celebrate Shelter NI’s 40th anniversary this year, we are hosting an online panel discussion with the Imagine Belfast Festival of Politics and Ideas on common misconceptions of homelessness, what issues homeless organisations are facing during this time, how they are planning to continue to provide support for homeless people, and most importantly – what you can do to help!
Speaking at the event will be a panel of experienced professionals, from managers of homeless support networks in the UK to those working on the frontlines. If you’d like to find out more, there will be a chance to submit questions at the end in an interactive live format.
30a Duneane Road
Life Therapy & Coaching;
Clinical Hypnotherapy, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) & Health Coaching services tailored to suit your individual needs.
At the heart of supporting you through the challenges you face & the changes you WANT & DESERVE!
Wellington Park Business Ctre
3 Wellington Park
Together we will find a cure and improve life for the people affected by Parkinson's
Action Cancer, Northern Ireland’s leading cancer charity has detailed the human impact of closing its cancer services in the face of the current pandemic.