Making Moves is a new project which has been developed in North Belfast for the local community to help with issues such as maintaining tenancy; benefits; debt; accommodation; training; skills development; employment; health and wellbeing and emergency provision (food and clothing).
The Making Moves hub aims to give people practical, immediate support and advice from a variety of different organisations. Making Moves offers face to face contact with its member organisations; all situated under one roof for your convenience.
The hub will be held fortnightly on Thursday 1pm -2pm at Antrim Road Baptist Church. Call in for a coffee and a chat with – Housing Executive, Simon Community NI, NIACRO, Jigsaw, Ashton Centre, North Belfast Advice Partnership, Cliftonville Community Regeneration Forum, Christians Against Poverty, North City Business Centre.
Anyone can refer into Making Moves Hub, through any of the member organisations or alternatively just drop-in to the next session for a coffee and a chat.
Member organisation Advice and/or service available Member organisation Advice and/or service available Member organisation Advice and/or service available
Simon Community NI
Rent Deposit Bond Scheme
Harm Reduction Programme
Central Access Point
Northern Ireland Housing Executive
Assist Youth in Youth Justice System
Employability advice for people who are in prison or who have offended
One to one counselling for issues including abuse, domestic violence, anger, family breakdown, addiction, depression and anxiety.
North Belfast Advice Partnership
Ashton Community Trust
Training & Employment Programmes
Christians Against Poverty
Cliftonville Community Regeneration Forum
Environment & Community Safety
North City Business Centre
North Belfast Foodbank
If you would like more information on the project or would like to refer please contact Damien Magee at email@example.com or call 0744 250 2610.
Alternatively you can just drop-in to any session for a coffee and a chat, which will be held fortnightly Thursday afternoon 1pm-2pm at the Antrim Road Baptist Church.