Newry & Mourne

AMH New Horizons Newry & Mourne assists adults recovering from mental ill-health. We offer
a range of person- centred programmes in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere to support your recovery.

In Newry we provide a range of training programmes to help you increase your confidence and self esteem, gain new skills, qualifications and improve your career opportunities.

The “Working it Out” project is part funded through the Northern Ireland European Social Fund Programme 2014-2020, the Department for the Economy and the five NI Health & Social Care Trusts.

 

The Personal Development programmes may include:

  • stress managment
  • confidence and self esteem
  • diversity in society
  • skills for herb cultivating
  • managing a personal budget
  • career preparation
  • health & hygiene

Vocational Skills training may include:

  • Business Administration
  • Retail
  • work preparation
  • personal skills
  • horticulture
  • ECDL
  • CLAIT

The AMH Employment Programme aims to prepare, place and support you to increase your skills and, if you wish to, access employment.

Options are:

  • Accredited employment courses to improve job search and interview techniques
  • Training placements
  • Paid Work
  • Voluntary Work
  • Further Education/Training

Social & Recreational Activities may include:

  • long & short walks
  • walking football
  • art groups
  • day trips

How can you join AMH New Horizons Newry & Mourne?

Referrals can be made by:

  • Your mental Health key worker in your local Health Trust
  • Employment Advisor from the Jobs and Benefits Office, OR
  • Contact the service directly for further information

 

Newry & Mourne


Contact Details

AMH New Horizons

An Storas

28 Cornmarket

Newry

BT35 8GB

T 028 3026 6117

Opening Hours

Monday-Thursday 8.30am-4.30pm

Friday 8.30am – 3.15pm

What?

Employment Opportunities, Personal Development & Support

Who is it for?

Adults

Location?

Southern Trust Area

More info?

This project is part-funded through the Northern Ireland European Social Fund 2014-2020, the Department for the Economy and the Southern Trust


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