Founded in 1998, FAIR works in the interests of the Innocent Victims of terrorism in south Armagh and other areas of Northern Ireland.
FAIR’s objective is to bring relief to persons who are suffering hardship, sickness and distress as a result of the conflicts in Northern Ireland. The victims are still in a state of bereavement because they have not seen justice delivered. We aim to advance the education of the public on the effects of conflict, especially on children. We provide social support for the victims of the conflicts in Northern Ireland, and offer victims practical welfare and support in the healing process.
FAIR delivers a wide range of activities and services to support victims and survivors. The main areas of service include: Justice issues, Support Services, Welfare Advice, Complementary Therapies, Counselling and Social Counselling, Archive and Research Projects, Youth/Second Generation Victim Support, Befriending Peace and Reconciliation Activities, Social Activities and Events.
This organisation receives support from the Victims Support Programme for Groups Working with Victims and Survivors, to deliver some or all of the services that it provides. Its views do not necessarily reflect those of the Victims and Survivors Service.
How to Access this Service
If you wish to make contact with this organisation, feel free to call or email them directly using the details provided. Alternatively, feel free to contact VSS on 028 90 279100. Our Health and Wellbeing Team will be happy to assist you.
FAIR (Families Acting for Innocent Relatives)
Mount Pleasant House
18 Mowhan Road, Markethill
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9.30am – 4.30pm
Tuesday and Thursday 9.30am – 5.30pm