ASCERT

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

Early intervention and prevention
Callan House, Westcourt Centre, 8-30 Barrack Street
Belfast

This service is a structured support service for young people aged 11-25 years old, living in Northern Ireland, who have been impacted by parental substance misuse and mental health problems.
The Service offers flexible one to one support at a time and place to suit you. Self help support is also available on our website.

We look at:
1. What is living with this like for you
2. Information: Learning more about alcohol and alcohol misuse
3. How do you cope?
4. What supports do you have?
5. Where you can get further support.

We also train other professionals to use the intervention within their own services.

Treatment and support
7a Dublin Road
Omagh

Therapeutic interventions and support for adults aged 18 and over and offenders aged 18 and over (referrals via PBNI) with substance misuse difficulties/problems - support is also available for family members

Early intervention and prevention
7a Dublin Road
Omagh

Delivery of age-appropriate life-skills and harm-reduction programmes to vulnerable young people using, or at-risk of using, substances

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
1 Queens Ave
Magherafelt

Delivery of age-appropriate life-skills and harm-reduction programmes to vulnerable young people using, or at-risk of using, substances

Treatment and support
Unit 28, North City Business Centre, 2 Duncairn Gardens
Belfast

Brief/extended intervention service for adults drinking to harmful levels including support for family members

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

Workforce development
(Head Office) 23 Bridge Street
Lisburn

The app is available for download on both Apple and Android mobile devices and has been developed in partnership with QUB and PHA

Workforce development
(Head Office) 23 Bridge Street
Lisburn

A range of courses available for those working with children, young people and families affected by substance misuse

Workforce development
(Head Office) 23 Bridge Street
Lisburn

A range of courses available for those working with adults and families affected by substance misuse