Choice currently work with more Joint Management Partners than any other Housing Association providing affordable, purpose built housing options whilst offering continuous guidance and support.
Partnership working is instrumental in delivering effective services which extend across many programmes of care and support including; learning disability, mental ill health, homelessness, addictions, frail elderly as well as Dementia, Autism, children leaving care and young mothers with babies.
Operating as a charity and with a volunteer management board, Abbeyfield & Wesley believes it is important that quality services are offered to older people for affordable living. The overarching philosophy of the Abbeyfield movement is contained in the Abbeyfield Guiding Principles.
Abbeyfield believes: Older people have an important role to play amongst their families, friends and in the community;
Autism Initiatives is the largest voluntary sector provider of direct support services to children and adults with autism. They provide services in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
BCM works with people of all ages in communities throughout Northern Ireland through diverse social care projects, cross-community programme and two congregations at Grosvenor Hall and Sandy Row.
Cedar provides a wide range of services throughout Northern Ireland supporting individuals and families living with disability, autism and brain injury. Support includes living options, short breaks, transitions support, employment and training and social inclusion.
Clarendon@Ashmore is located in Derry city. The project is specifically for single homeless women and women with children, with support needs. A website for this partner is not currently available but contact details are as follows:
Address: Ashmore House, Edenmore Court, Northland Avenue, Derry. BT48 7NG
Tel: (028) 71262129
Fax: (028) 71268581
East Belfast Mission works across all communities offering a range of services to meet the needs of everyone. Current projects include Stepping Stone employability project, Hosford homeless support service, family & community projects, Church congregation, pastoral care & counselling, Turas Irish Language classes and Social Economy projects.
First Housing Aid & Support Services is a charitable organisation offering advice, support and accommodation to people that are homeless and in acute housing need across Northern Ireland.
Supporting Adults with a Learning Disability since 1990, the Friendship and Caring Trust (F.A.C.T.), is the parent Company of Barnlee Residential Home; Barnlee’s Lee Cottage and Barnlee’s Sheebeg accommodation for adults with learning disabilities.
There are five health and social care trusts in Northern Ireland, providing a comprehensive range of health and social care services at a local and regional level. The Trusts deliver services from facilities including local and regional hospitals, mental health facilities, health and wellbeing centres, social services, and a significant network of community services, as well as provision of care in the home.
The Welcome Organisation delivers a range of support services to people who are homeless or vulnerable and at risk of homelessness. Services include; a Drop-in Centre, Day and Night Street Outreach services and Crisis accommodation for vulnerable females.
Kilcreggan homes provide quality homes and supported living in Northern Ireland for people who need help towards independent living.
L'Arche is an international federation of over 140 communities worldwide, where people with and without learning disabilities choose to live together in a spirit of friendship where everyone’s presence is valued. L’Arche Belfast currently manages two homes, as well as activities and day programs.
Leonard Cheshire Disability is a leading charity supporting disabled people. Their services include accommodation, personalised care and support, social and advocacy services.
LIFE is a pro-life charity that supports anyone facing a crisis pregnancy, pregnancy loss or after an abortion and combines advocacy and education work with a nationwide housing and care service.
MACS provide a range of support services for children and young people aged between 11-25 years who haven’t had a fair deal in relation to housing, homelessness, mental health and participation.
Mencap works alongside and represents the interests of people with a learning disability and their families. Mencap works collaboratively, fighting for equal rights, campaigning for greater opportunities and challenging attitudes and prejudice.
Mencap also provides help and support through supported living, supported employment, respite services, organised activities, systemic and individual advocacy, and outreach support.
MindWise is a registered charity in Northern Ireland dedicated to transforming lives and developing new visions for mental health by challenging stigma and discrimination, and providing quality services and support.
Inspire Wellbeing (the new name for Niamh - the Northern Ireland Association for Mental Health) is the largest and longest established independent charity focusing on mental health, learning disability and wellbeing services in Northern Ireland. The inspire group consists of inspire mental health services, ( formerly Beacon) inspire disability services, inspire workplaces & inspire students (formerly Carecall) and Addiction NI.
Inspire mental health services provides support services to people with experience of mental illness through supported housing, day support and advocacy services. inspire mental health services is the largest division in the group.
Inspire disability services provides support for over 100 people with learning disabilities in five residential locations across Northern Ireland.
Praxis Care is a major provider of services for adults and children with a learning disability, mental ill health, acquired brain injury and for older people, including people with dementi.
The Council for Social Witness oversees the work of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland in providing residential/nursing/day care and supported housing to some 370 people along with our churches ministry to the deaf community.
In partnership with Choice we provide residential care for older people, those with addictions, adults with a profound learning disability and Supported Housing for adults with a learning disability and adults with a physical disability.
Prospects works through local churches to reach out to families affected by learning disability to offer the very best quality in professional care, in Jesus' name.
Simon Community Northern Ireland is a voluntary organisation which provides emergency accommodation, advice and community support for people who are homeless or those who are at risk of becoming homeless.
Threshold is a key provider of specialist therapeutic services for children, adolescents, adults and the elderly who suffer from mental health problems.
Triangle provides support services for general families, people with learning disabilities, mental ill–health and those with complex needs. Triangle strives to build better lives together by building homes and providing accommodation, individualised housing and care support. Triangle promotes social inclusion, supporting people to live independently and maintain their tenancies; it also provides support systems to enable adults with a learning disability maintain meaningful employment.
The 24 Hour Domestic and Sexual Abuse Helpline is delivered by Nexus in partnership with the Departments of Health, Justice & Communities. We aim to offer support, help, signposting and referral to victims, family, friends and professionals. We are here for you confidentially 24/7 via telephone, webchat, and email.
You will be heard and you will be believed.
Call us now on 0808 802 1414
or email email@example.com
Belfast & Lisburn Women’s Aid are a charitable organisation with a vision of eliminating domestic abuse. They provide a range of support services to women and children experiencing domestic abuse, with an ethos of self-help and mutual support for women, by women, with women.
The support services offered by include emergency accommodation, specialist counselling, group work, personal development programmes, and one-to-one support. They support women and children who flee home to live in refuge, as well as providing support to those living in the community. They also campaign for legislative change in Northern Ireland, constantly seek to raise awareness of the impact and signs of domestic abuse, as well as challenging societal attitudes which perpetuate domestic abuse.