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Sexual Health Survey Initially Targeting Polish Community

Please see below details about  a sexual health survey to find out more about peoples challenges and experiences of sexual health services when English is not their first language.  We are piloting this survey initially with the Polish community but the aim is to widen this out to other cultures.  This information will be confidential and will be collated along with …

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CDHN’s Community Development & Health Training – November 2017

CDHN are delivering Community Development & Health Training ‘Understanding the values of Community Development within communities’ This training introduces participants to the values and principles of community development within a community setting to address the issues that affect health. Suitable for anyone who is new to community development work or to refresh knowledge. Please see attached booking forms to avail of …

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Alzheimer’s Society Carer Support Groups

People caring for someone with dementia are being offered support and advice at monthly carers groups being run by Alzheimer’s Society in Causeway. The Alzheimer’s Society carer support groups provide opportunities for carers to ask questions and learn from the experiences of others within the group. Trained Alzheimer’s Society staff are on hand to provide information about dementia and practical …

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Dementia Information Programme

  Do you support someone affected by dementia? Would you like to know more about dementia? There will be a 4 week Dementia Information Programme from 2.30–4pm on Tuesday 17th October in the Sandel Centre, Coleraine. The sessions will give you more information about dementia with the opportunity to talk to the speakers and other carers. The dates of the …

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The Hope Centre – Family Support

If you have been affected by a family member’s drug or alcohol misuse this group is for you. Family Support can be offered on a one-to-one basis or in a group setting. This is a safe, confidential and non-judgemental setting for carers and family members. For further info please contact Ben on 028 25632726 Or email info@hopeballymena.com

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Future Advertising of PHA Funding Opportunities

Please see below important information on future advertising of  PHA funding  opportunities,  the related e-tenders NI portal and the need to become familiar with registering your organisation. Guidance to Providers on eTendersNI We would also ask that for those organisations who act as local community and voluntary networks to highlight this information in newsletters and/or provide a link via websites. If you …

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Free “Stress Control” classes are starting in Ballymena on 27th September 2017

Northern Health & Social Care Trust Cost: FREE The Psychological Therapies Service in the Northern HSCT are delivering FREE Stress Control Classes across the sector. Stress Control’ is a six week, self-help course that teaches skills and techniques for managing stress. Stress Control classes are being delivered by the Northern Trust’s Psychological Therapies Services, in partnership with Mid and East Antrim Borough …

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First Steps Women’s Centre Courses

Wellbeing Courses:   Leader Of Your Own Life  2hrs X 6 weeks Mondays 9.45 am -11.45 am.  Starts Monday 16th Jan Arts Project 2.5hrs X 6 weeks Tuesdays 9.45 am -12.15 pm.  Starts Tuesday 17th Jan Yoga 2hrs X 6 weeks Wednesdays 9.45 am -11.45 am. Starts Wednesday 18th January Creative Writing 2hrs X 6 weeks Wednesdays 12.30 pm – 2.30 pm.  Starts Wednesday …

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Local Businesses help to promote the Importance of Emotional Health

This summer East Belfast Community Development Agency (EBCDA) is working together with local businesses, churches and community service providers to promote emotional health and suicide prevention. Over the past three years, several similar campaigns have been done across East Belfast including partnerships with local bars, bookmakers, shops and sports clubs. This project is different in that it will target people …

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