Clergy and anyone interested in learning more about the South Belfast District Policing and Community Safety Partnership’s work to address drug and alcohol related crime and disorder in the area is invited to attend two events.
The first is a meeting at 2pm on Tuesday February 16 in The Crescent Arts Centre
Invite details: Working in partnership with South Belfast Partnership Board and the BDACT Connections Team, we’d invite you to meet the different organizations which deliver drug and alcohol services in Belfast. Find out what they do and how they can support your group.
Addiction NI 55+, ASCERT Alcohol Services, Barnardo’s Pharos Family Support, FASA Trauma and Addiction, One Stop Shop for Young People, Al-Anon Family Support, Narcotics Anonymous, BDACT Connections Service and Lisburn YMCA Vulnerable Youth will all be there.
The second event is training and this takes place at 6.30pm on Tuesday March 2 or 9 at the 3fivetwo Training Academy, Boucher Road
Invite details: South Belfast DPCSP has commissioned ASCERT to run a three hour training session for community volunteers to enable you to engage with young people about their use of alcohol or other drugs. As well as increasing your knowledge about this, you should have the confidence to engage with the young people and signpost them to services that might help.
Anyone interested in attending either of these events should contact Rosie Hamilton Tel: 9032 0202 Ext 3617 or email email@example.com