TIPSA provide Education on Alcohol and other Drugs for
young people and their parents.
To find out more about TIPSA click on the
'What we provide' link.
Gortalowry House Ltd.
94 Church Street
Tel: 028 8676 3388
Welcome to the TIPSA website
IMPORTANT NEWS- Due to
the loss of funding TIPSA will have no staff employed after Sep 30th
2015 until further notice. For more information
Some of the help agencies below are in a similar situation so please
be aware of that before clicking on their links.
TIPSA has been in
existence since 2003 to provide alcohol and other drugs
education and prevention services in Mid-Ulster.
one to one sessions, group work, information events and conference speakers as well as a wide range of publicity
we pride ourselves on being a community based project,
focussing all of our expertise and resources on the
Mid-Ulster area. Everything we do is tailor-made, not a
aware of the fact that an area such as Mid-Ulster brings a
complex set of variables reflecting the largely rural setting
as well as the more urban aspects of our bigger towns.
provides friendly, approachable and confidential services and
we have a wide range of partners who we can refer individuals
on to if required.
So if you
need a leaflet or an information event, a programme for
teenagers or adults and older people or even just a chat get
Help is only a click away!
here for a Directory of Local Services
Some of the agencies below may also be affected by a loss of
funding. Updated help links will be posted when we know who is
providing services and how best to access them. Please note this
For help or further
information on a problem or issue click on the relevant link below.
The NEXUS Institute works across Northern Ireland to respond to the
needs of those who have experienced sexual abuse.
An independent government funded web site maintained to provide drugs
CONTACT YOUTH Lifeline
Crisis response help-line service for people who are experiencing
distress or despair 24 hours a day. 0808 808 8000
Samaritans provide confidential non-judgemental support, 24 hours a
day for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair.
HEADS AWAY JUST SAY
On-line help for young people with any problem, sometimes life is hard
and you may feel alone. You’re not, there is help available, here.
Niamh Louise Foundation
Suicide Awareness, Prevention and Support.
Positive Life (previously HIV Support Centre)
Information about HIV and AIDS and other sexual health services
An organisation who offer supportive
care to those
suffering pain or hurt.
'To improve the lives of those who self-harm'
The Anti-Bullying Network believes that children and young people have
the right to live, to play and to learn in environments with a
Information for anyone concerned about Volatile
sometimes referred to as inhalant abuse, sniffing, or glue sniffing.
and support for people affected by eating disorders and,
anorexia and bulimia
An organisation for young people in Northern Ireland who identify as
being lesbian, gay, bisexual, or non-heterosexual.
Striving to create a safe and supportive society for women, children
and young people affected by domestic violence in Northern Ireland.
Main purpose is to end cruelty to children.
Help, advice and guidance for young people who may be suffering from
domestic violence, or who are in a situation where domestic violence
is taking place.
Parenting NI (formerly Parent Advice Centre)
Parenting NI is an organisation that provides
support and advice to parents
NA is a 12 step self help group for individuals who have a drug
problem, or who think they may have a drug problem.
Al-Anon Family Groups provide understanding, strength and hope to
anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by others drinking.
Northlands is a community-based, independent centre for the
treatment of addiction problems.
Provides access to a wide range of services in NI.
The Rainbow Project
The Rainbow Project works to improve the physical, mental & emotional
health of gay, lesbian, bisexual and/or transgender people and their
families in Northern Ireland.
Information on all health matters
The Southern Education and Library Board Youth Service.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their
experience, strength and hope with each other to recover from
HOPE CENTRE, BFASG
Established by concerned parents who came together to offer support,
information and advice to anyone affected by drug misuse.
The North Eastern Education and Library Board Youth Service
CHRISTIAN FAMILY CENTRE
Faith-based mission to help families with problems.
Drug and Alcohol information based on Christian principles, Hope UK
helps children and young people and their parents, carers, teachers,
church and voluntary leaders.
Public Initiative to Prevent Suicide and Self-harm. Assistance for
those who feel suicidal.
contains a wide range of hypertext links to Government departments,
statutory organisations, community and voluntary groups. We hope they
will be of interest to our online visitors
While every effort is made to check the content and accuracy of the
websites we link to, TIPSA can take no responsibility for information
contained on websites maintained by other organisations or for action
taken as a result of information contained on website maintained by
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