Services/organisations listed in this category include Leisure / Youth Services and preventative services including Anti-social behaviour etc.
If you would like to enquire about employment in the Health and Social Care sector you should check with HSC Recruit Website which is the official website for Health Service Jobs.
If you are interested in working in the Community/Voluntary sector we would advise you to contact some of the organisations listed on this website directly
We cannot arrange volunteer placements. We would advise you to contact the Volunteer Co-ordinator in your local Health and Social Care Trust
contact Volunteer Now www.volunteer now.co.uk who arrange volunteer placements throughout Northern Ireland
Volunteer Now’s youth team can help you to develop appropriate roles, promote opportunities and provide training to support your work.
Millennium Volunteers also recognises the sustained volunteering commitment of young people through providing 50, 100 and 200 hour certificates.
The programme is a great way to recognise and celebrate your volunteers and encourage their commitment to your organisation.
To find out more email email@example.com or ring 028 9023 2020
By working in a joined-up and concerted way with a range of agencies including the police, Probation Board, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, the Housing Executive and the Youth Justice Agency, Extern staff work at a highly intensive and persistent level to:
- Reduce youth crime and anti-social behaviour
- Get children who are out of school back into school
- Put parents back on the path to work
- Reduce the high cost to the public purse which such families place on the public sector
Similarly, through its Kinship FosterCare Support project, Extern provides intensive and targeted support to fostered children in Belfast and their relatives who are providing them with care.
Extern provides intensive support to children and young people aged 8-18 who are at risk of being placed into care or of coming to the attention of justice agencies through anti-social, risk-taking or offending behaviours.
Contact details and timetables relating to activities happening in your local Leisure Centre can be found on your District Council website
A list of local Youth Clubs are published of Department of Education website