Covering Armagh, Banbridge, Newry & Mourne, Portadown, Lurgan, Moira, Kilkeel, Dungannon & Moy area.
Armagh delivers a comprehensive package of support services to victims/survivors and their families across a wide geographical area covering Armagh, Banbridge, Newry & Mourne, Portadown, Lurgan, Moira, Kilkeel, Dungannon & Moy area.
All services are offered on a cross community basis in keeping with the ethos of the organisation.
Our staff provide a continuum of trauma intervention services in relation to individual need, including Outreach Support Services, Counselling, Complementary Therapies, Welfare Advice/ Advocacy, Peer Support, creative, therapeutic and Personal development courses and a range of accredited Trauma Training courses.
Many of the families we work with have remained under the radar for years, suffering with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, prolonged grief, social isolation, chronic pain due to physical injury, mental health problems, loss of earnings and intimidation which is still widespread in some parts of NI.
Armagh Project Manager
Bernie Maguire joined the Armagh team in August 2018. She has responsibility for the day to day running of the centre. Bernie has a Bsc (1st class hons) in Health and Social Care Policy, and ILM Level 5 and Level 7 in Leadership and Management.
The following support services are available from the Armagh WAVE Centre each week:
Outreach Support by CaseworkersMonday-Friday
Counselling/PsychotherapyTuesday and Wednesday
Complementary TherapiesMonday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Complementary Therapiesalso provided in Lurgan & Newry
Welfare & AdviceMonday - Friday
Health & WellbeingProgrammes
A weekly drop-in support group meets each Wednesday in our satellite centre in Altnaveigh House, Newry. Complementary therapies, welfare advice and outreach support can also be accessed through this Satellite.
Armagh staff provide a professional service, an inclusive work practice and a well thought out support service. They continue to build on their wealth of experience and expertise with ongoing trauma specific training. They take a person-centred approach, putting the individual with trauma at the core of their work.
Health & Wellbeing Caseworker
Welfare Rights Officers