an organisation that supports and empowers those security forces who served during the Troubles in Northern Ireland during the period of Op BANNER from 1969 – 2007 and their families by giving them a voice to ensure that a constituency of need which is otherwise silent can be heard. Although the Offices of Decorum NI are at 26 Balloo Avenue, BANGOR, there are no boundaries and members come from as far away as the North Coast and Fermanagh as well as more local areas covering 52 Post Codes in all. There are also members in Great Britain and Isle of Man. Activities are co-ordinated from the Bangor Office where a Drop-In Centre is open Mon-Fri for social interaction and tea/coffee and for use by members under the guidance of the full time Senior Staff Officer Mitch Bresland.
We are a charity & social enterprise. Our aim – wellbeing for all. We deliver mental health, learning disability, autism, addiction services across Ireland. We are also the leading Charity for delivering mental Health interventions to Veterans.
A charity for wounded veterans, run by wounded veterans. From amputees to PTSD and everything in between. We know from experience that people can be wounded on the outside and many of us on the inside too. We recognise that in an ever changing world, terrorism has brought our home services – Ambulance, Fire, Police and Coastguard onto the frontline, we welcome all services not only Military. The main scope of the charity is to help individuals come to terms with injuries and disabilities such as amputees, those with limited vision, partial paralysis, PTSD through outdoor activities. Our main aim is to support disabled veterans on their road to recovery by creating events that will help to encourage them to become involved and help them to grow confidence whilst becoming comfortable with their disabilities. We hope to create events which encourage others to get involved also, generating an enjoyable experience that will inspire all that attend.
Telephone: 03308089294Last updated: 28/06/2019A new and exciting project has been launched thanks to the funding of The Armed Forces Covenant Fund. This new Northern Ireland specific service will offer Alternative therapies along side traditional therapies. It is aimed at Veterans’ Families and Carers with all veterans eligible for assistance. Included in the range of therapies is Horticultural Therapy, Equine Therapy, Music Therapy and a range of psyco-educational courses. for more information download our brochure here
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