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Rosewood Beacon Centre (NIAMH) – Omagh

Contact Information

90 Tamlaght Road, Omagh,
BT78 5BB View Location on Map >
Telephone Number
028 8224 5571
Email Address
Web Address
http://www.beaconwellbeing.orgOpens in a new window

Please contact our office for more information using the telephone number given in this profile.

Other Information

Facilities Information

Main Services Provided

Rosewood Beacon Day Support provides a range of structured group and individual activities to help those who experience mental ill health to access support in a safe and encouraging environment. The members, staff and volunteers work in partnership in all aspects of the running of the centre. The service is offered in an atmosphere of support, warmth, understanding and friendship.

Rosewood is based approximately one mile from the town centre and is easily accessible by the town service bus which stops outside. Our volunteer driver service ensures that those who live in remote areas and cannot access public transport easily can attend the centre. This helps combat social isolation and encourages social integration. A varied programme of activities is available throughout the week, including outreach activities and individual sessions. These activities may be facilitated by staff, members, volunteers or specialist providers e.g. lecturers from our local college. Some activities may be held in Rosewood or at other outside venues e.g. other Beacon Day Support centres, local college or community groups.

Our activities programme is updated at least twice yearly in conjunction with our members and may include:
Arts and Crafts
Computer skills
Creative writing
Discussion groups
Gardening Group
Healthy and Beauty
Keep fit
Ladies Health and Wellbeing
Mens Health and Wellbeing
Self-esteem and confidence building
Shopping trips
Stress Management
Walking group
Yoga and relaxation
Walking Group
Shopping Trips

This programme of activities is complemented by a range of outreach activities which includes shopping trips, visits to cinemas, concerts or plays, visits to other centres or places of interest and holidays.

If you are aged between 18 and 65 and have a mental health need, then your doctor, or staff from the local Community Mental Health Team can refer you to a centre. If you wish you could come in and talk to one of our staff, all of whom are trained in the field of mental health. If you'd like more information about being referred to a Beacon Day Support centre please contact us and we will endeavour to help where possible.

Organisation Type
  • Community
  • Voluntary
Main Age Groups
  • 18yrs +
Method of Access (Referral)
  • GP
  • Self
  • Social Worker
  • Community Mental Health Team
Family Support Services Categories
  • Advocacy
Main Category of Services
  • Anxiety
  • Eating Disorders
  • Mental Health
  • Self-Harm
  • Suicide

Areas covered

  • Omagh


Rosewood Beacon Centre (NIAMH) – Omagh

  • Rosewood Beacon Centre (NIAMH) – Omagh