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Positively Promoting Mental Health


The Centre for Health and Wellbeing, now in its 20th year of service to the community, engages with self-employed complementary therapists to provide a wide range of therapies to those affected by poor physical and/or mental well-being.  The centre provides approximately 2100 therapy sessions annually benefiting 350 individuals.
The centre receives funding from the Victims and Survivors Service under the Victim Support Programme for Victims and Survivors of the Northern Ireland Troubles.  The centre is also in receipt of funding from Belfast Regeneration Office and the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust.  The centre will also generate income from the provision of outreach services to the business, voluntary and community sectors.
There are currently 4 trustees on the board, a number that would be more manageable and preferable at 6 or 7 trustees. The skill set identified is expertise/experience in:
Income Generation; Business Development; Marketing; Finance and knowledge of achieving sustainability in the sector.
Male representation on the Board of Trustees is also desired, so interest from men on becoming a trustee is particularly desirable.  The trustees meet every two months with the meeting having a maximum duration of two hours.


Centre Coordinator (Nigel) on or by phoning 028 9022 3220 for additional information.

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