Within family setting

This is a full list of the services provided by this organisation that are included on this website.

Early intervention and prevention
Lilac Villa, Gransha Park
Londonderry

SFP is an internationally-proven, evidence-based skills programme for vulnerable families, typically at Tier 2 of the Hardiker Risk Model. It is delivered over 14 weeks one evening a week. Its format consists of 14 modules, each of which begin with a family meal and involve group work for teenagers and parents in their respective groups, followed by family group work. Participating families also have home practice to consolidate the skills from the programme. Families are referred onto the programme by referral agents who can come from any one agency working to support a vulnerable family. The referral agent supports the family through the programme but all programme delivery takes place via a team of trained facilitators (group leaders) drawn from a range of agencies.

Early intervention and prevention
Maple Villa, Gransha Park
Londonderry
Early intervention and prevention
7a Dublin Road
Omagh

The WDACT Connections Service (hosted in Western area by ASCERT) acts as the operational arm of the Western Drug and Alcohol Cooridnation Team (WDACT); assisting the Team to take forward its priority actions and to work with other stakeholder organisations and partnerships in the area to develop and deliver drug and/or alcohol related projects, events and initiatives

Early intervention and prevention
22 Kilmorey Street
Newry

Information, education and awareness services

Early intervention and prevention
18 Killymeal Road
Dungannon

Information, education and awareness services

Early intervention and prevention
St Luke's Hospital, 71 Loughall Road
Armagh

Health promotion and improvement publications and resources

Early intervention and prevention
23 Bridge Street
Lisburn

Parents and children (aged 12-16) participate in the 14-week SFP, both separately in the teen and parent sessions, and together in the family sessions - SFP aims to promote a healthy parent and child relationship by improving communication, bonding, parental monitoring and rule setting

Early intervention and prevention
Mount Zion House, Flat 9, Edward Street
Lurgan

The DACT Connections Service (hosted in Southern area by Start 360) acts as the operational arm of the Southern Drug and Alcohol Coordination Team (SDACT); assisting the Team to take forward its priority actions and to work with other stakeholder organisations and partnerships in the area to develop and deliver drug and/or alcohol related projects, events and initiatives

Early intervention and prevention
Spruce House, Cushendall Road
Ballymena

Health promotion and improvement publications and resources

Early intervention and prevention
Community Support Services, 2 Cullybackey Road
Ballymena

Parents and children participate in the 7-week SFP, both separately in the teen and parent sessions, and together in the family sessions. The programme aims to promote a healthy parent and child relationship by improving communication, bonding, parental monitoring and rule setting.