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Services outside of NI

Services in Great Britain and Republic of Ireland

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If you live outside of NI and need help in accessing support and services, please contact our Health and Wellbeing team on 02890 279 100 or enquiries@vssni.org.

We can discuss your health and wellbeing needs with you and help you access the support and services that you need. Alternatively, you can contact the providers below directly.

Services in Great Britain

The VSS also delivers Health and Wellbeing and Advocacy Services in GB through the South East Fermanagh Foundation and The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation.

The South East Fermanagh Foundation (SEFF), now has offices in both London and Manchester and provides support nationally.

Advocacy Support Worker
Gemma Canham
gemma.canham.afiv@seff.org.uk
Mob: 07860 850017

Gina Aujla
Health and Wellbeing Caseworker
Email: gina.aujla@seff.org.uk
Mob: 07718 488383

They also have two part time Welfare Officers in place, working remotely, to support victims/survivors with applications to the TPDP Scheme/Victims Pension.

Claire Seggie (Covering South GB)
claire.seggie@seff.org.uk
Mob: 07834 488635

Zoe Seymour (Covering North GB)
zoe.seymour@seff.org.uk
Mob: 07907 575037

The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation is based on Warrington and provides support nationally.

Health and Wellbeing Caseworkers are employed by both of these organisations and can provide the following support:

  • Discuss Health and Wellbeing related needs.
  • Assist in identifying services and support relevant to needs and assist with access to them.
  • Health and Wellbeing needs may include education and training support, disability aids, help with social isolation, complementary therapies and psychological therapies (counselling). They can also help you engage with a range of community and voluntary services in your area, and with statutory services too.

The Advocacy Support Worker, based with SEFF can provide advocacy support (truth, justice and acknowledgment to victims and survivors to assist with engaging in legacy processes, researching events that happened during the Troubles, and support communication with institutions such as the Coroner’s Office, Police Ombudsman and support with accessing public records.

Services in the Republic of Ireland

A Health and Wellbeing Caseworker in any of our funded organisations in NI can help you identify your health and wellbeing needs and assist you to access support and services locally.

You can contact a Health and Wellbeing Caseworker directly.  To see a list of organisations with a caseworker, please click here.

Likewise, an Advocacy Support Worker in any of our funded organisations in NI can help you identify needs in the area of truth, justice and acknowledgement and assist you to explore these.

You can contact an Advocacy Support Worker directly.  To see a list of organisations providing Advocacy Support, please click here.

SEFF

SEFF’s provides its’ services in an outreach capacity to victims/survivors based across the Republic of Ireland and has in place focused personnel:

Rachel Cashel
(Health and Wellbeing Caseworker p/time)
rachel.cashel@seff.org.uk

Ann Travers
Advocacy Support Worker p/time
(Lead on Recording of Lived Experiences Project)
ann.travers.afiv@seff.org.uk

Bethany Ferris
Advocacy Support Worker
(Covering Republic of Ireland and South Armagh)
bethany.ferris.afiv@seff.org.uk

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