Our Community Addictions Service supports individuals who are experiencing issues with harmful misuse of substances or substance dependency, and with an expressed desire to moderate or cease their substance intake.
Cancer is a common condition. It is estimated that one in two people will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. Being aware of general signs and symptoms linked to the condition can help in early detection.
A nutrition programme for local communities including young/single parents, young people leaving residential care, offenders during rehabilitation programmes, older people in sheltered accommodation and people from BME groups.
Physical activity is all about moving more and sitting less. We provide a range of different opportunities to help increase physical activity levels for various population groups.
Details of all of our clinics and the services they provide including contraceptive and sexual health advice for under 25s. All bookings are by prior appointment only.
Smoking is the single greatest cause of preventable illness and premature death in Northern Ireland. It kills at least 2,300 people each year and many more are affected through passive smoking.
There are times when things can get on top of us and affect our mental health. It is estimated that one in four people in Northern Ireland will have a mental health problem at some point in their lives.
Home accidents can easily be prevented by being aware of the dangers and hazards that are present in the home environment and putting in place interventions to minimise the risks.