The Omagh centre is located at 18 Holmview Avenue, discreetly positioned off Campsie Road in a quiet, safe and neutral area, close to Omagh town centre.
WAVE Trauma Centre, Omagh provides support and services to individuals bereaved, injured and traumatised as a result of the Northern Ireland ‘troubles’.
Services are provided on a cross community, fully inclusive basis to all people within Counties Tyrone and Fermanagh affected by the ‘troubles’.
We provide a holistic model of care, unique to WAVE that includes, Outreach Support/Befriending, Trauma Focused Counselling, Complementary Therapy, Welfare Advice, Advocacy, Health and Wellbeing, Peer Support/Creative courses and Queens University and OCN Accredited Trauma Courses.
Services are available at the Omagh centre and satellite centres at Cookstown, Enniskillen, Newtownstewart and Dungannon areas.
Omagh Centre Manager
Gordon Buchanan joined WAVE in March 2006 as an outreach case worker. He is currently Director of Operations with responsibility for operational matters and frontline service delivery across the organisation. Gordon has a BSc (1st Class Hons) degree in Trauma Studies from Queens University, Belfast.
The following support services are available from the WAVE centre in Omagh and the surrounding areas each week:
Outreach Support- Monday-Friday
Counselling/Psychotherapy- Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
Complementary Therapy- Monday-Friday
Welfare Advice- Monday, Tuesday
Health and Wellbeing- Monday-Friday
Social Support- Monday-Friday
The staff team at WAVE Omagh are experienced, compassionate and qualified to meet the many needs of those who seek our support and services.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at (028) 8225 2522, if we can help you or a member of your family in any way.
Director of Operations
Health and Wellbeing Caseworker