30 Nov 2014

Emotional wellbeing/counselling/Support

>> Northern Area MHI

>> Mind Your Head

>> iMatter

>> Family Support NI

>> Young Healthy Minds

>> Kinship Care NI

>> Lighthouse Charity

>> Autism NI

>> Action Mental Health



>> AmmA | Creative Learning

>> Further Education Colleges

>> Queens University, Belfast

>> Ulster University

>> Stranmillis University College, Belfast

>> St Mary’s Univeristy College, Belfast



>> Children’s Law Centre

>> People 1st

>> Young Enterprise Northern Ireland


>> Sport NI

>> NI Football Safeguarding

Study Subjects

>> GCSE Bitesize 

>> S-Cool

>> Get Revising

>> BBC iWonder

Useful Links: Special Education

>> incredABLE

>> NI Direct Careers

>> Mencap

>> Clanrye Group

>> People 1st

>> Further Education Colleges

>> Appleby Print It

>> Cedar Foundation

>> Special Sterne

>> Include Youth


>> Action Hearing Loss

>>One Eighty Restaurant

>> Princess Trust

>> Training for Success: NI Direct

>> Disability Action


>> Super Stars Club

>> Rutledge Group

>> Academy Training School

>> Youth Action

>> Action Deaf Youth

>> Beam Creative Network

>> Cafre

>> Space NI

>> Alternative Angles

Intercultural Support

>> Afro-Community Support Organisation Northern Ireland

>> Artsekta

>> Belfast Islamic Centre

>> Chinese Welfare Association

>> Craic NI

>> Indian Community Centre

>> Jewish Belfast Community

>> Polish Educational and Cultural Association

>> Bulgarian School

>> Ballymena Inter Ethnic Forum


Parenting NI is a leading organisation, which has been supporting parents in Northern Ireland since 1979.  The focus is on prevention and early intervention, and the organisation has a reputation for delivering high quality services.  Parenting NI has developed its services based on the needs of parents.

Click here to visit Parenting NI website


Minding Your Head has information on how to protect your mental and emotional wellbeing and the issues that can affect it, eg anxiety or depression. It also contains information on the local services that can offer help and support.

Click here to visit the Minding Your Head website