This website aims to only offer accurate information on Family Support services but does not guarantee that all the content is correct at all times. Sometimes the content may be either inaccurate or out of date. Family Support N.I. will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of any inaccuracy or error within these pages.

Content on the site provided by other organisations

A number of voluntary groups, clubs, societies, and charities have provided information for this website. The details are intended for use as information only; the provision of this information does not mean that Family Support N.I. specifically endorses the organisation featured or guarantees the accuracy of the details published.

Inaccurate content

If you discover any information on our pages which you believe to be inaccurate or inappropriate, please inform us by telephone on 0845 600 6483 or e-mail us at info@familysupportni.gov.uk

Links from this website

We include links from our website to other websites which we think will both widen the range of information available to you and support your understanding of the topics covered.

Many of the links from our site lead to sites maintained by other organisations or individuals.

These links are provided for your convenience.

They do not imply that Family Support N.I. endorses or supports those organisations, the content of their pages, or their products or services in any way.

No responsibility is assumed by the Family Support N.I. for the contents of their pages.

We will not be able to deal with any queries arising from these external websites – please contact the provider of the website.

Links to this Site

You are welcome to make a link to any page on our site if you think it is useful.

However, please do not copy any text or graphics from our pages onto your own, or include any graphics on our site within your pages, without contacting us for permission.

Site Safe

Every organisation included within this Directory have declared to Family Support N.I. that they meet the minimum standards of quality set by Family Support N.I.

Safeguarding Arrangements.

Organisations are asked to comply with Family Support N.I. Safeguarding arrangements and are asked to confirm that they have rigorous processes in place to safeguard children and young people. These range from ensuring a “Safeguarding” (child protection) procedure is in place to having adequate staff induction/training.

If you would like to see the Safeguarding criteria, please contact the Families Support N.I. 0845 600 6483 or email info@familysupportni.gov.uk

Last Updated: 13/02/2019