PIPS Newry and Mourne offers the community a targeted response to suicide and self harm and is the leading suicide prevention charity in the area.
We are also represented on Northern Ireland Suicide Prevention Strategy – Protect Life (A Shared Vision). Implementation Body and a number of subgroups that feed into the NI Suicide Prevention Strategy including the Protect Life Implementation Group for the Southern Health and Social Care Trust Area.
30 Kilmorey Street, Newry, BT34 2DE Tel: 028 302 66195
Reconnect Ltd started in 1991. Founded by Anne Erwin, we were originally known as Garden Reach. As a Superintendent Physiotherapist at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Anne recognised that individuals with an acquired brain injury were often discharged from hospital into a world with very little on-going rehabilitation and care.
Garden Reach was started as a means to allow individuals who have suffered a head injury to rehabilitate. We work to help people to recover social, physical and cognitive skills that had either been lost or impaired as a result of their injury. Through coordinated efforts, the people we helped were able to rebuild lost skills and work towards a new, confident life.
Reconnect Ltd, 1 Lisnabreeny Road East, Belfast, BT6 9SS
Tel: 028 9079 0551
Cedar delivers a range of services that enable people with disabilities to get the most out of life and to be fully included in their communities. Our services are centred around the individual needs of each person and are delivered throughout Northern Ireland.
Our Vision is an inclusive society for all.
Our Mission is to support individuals and families living with disability, autism and brain injury to live the lives they choose
The Cedar Foundation, Head Office, Malcolm Sinclair House, 31 Ulsterville Avenue, Belfast BT9 7AS
Tel (028) 9066 6188, E-mail email@example.com
Online support for carers can be accessed 24/7 at the websites below:
Carers Space: https://space.carers.org for carers aged 18 & over
Babble: babble.carers.org for young carers under 18
Matter: matter.carers.org for young adult carers aged 16 – 25