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Parents’ Support project celebrated 20 years of community care with a bumper day of family fun, food and friendship.

Initially conceived as a pilot project in 1999, the Parents’ Support project continues to help young mums and dads who have previously come from the care system, with the intention of breaking the cycle and providing opportunity and hope for the families involved.

There's more exciting news on the progress of the Copelands build.  Please check out our Copelands website for up to date information and images. 

Our leading east Belfast residential care home has been officially recognised as Northern Ireland’s first ‘Music & Memory’ certified home for new methods in dementia therapy

Kirk House, a flagship residential project of BCM (Belfast Central Mission), introduced Music & Memory to its calendar of activity last year to positively impact on the quality of life of its residents, particularly those living with dementia.

Peter Weil will be keeping silent for 24 hours on 24th May 2019 in aid of Copelands; Dementia, Nursing and Residential Care.  For more information or to sponsor Peter, please go to www.totalgiving.co.uk/mypage/peterkeepsquietforcopelands 

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Belfast Central Mission’s Housing Support for Young People project is spearheading a cutting-edge new initiative as part of the EU’s Peace IV Programme in conjunction with Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Council.

In collaboration with the BEAM Creative Network, the ‘Opportunities to Engage’ programme will provide training and skills development for a mixed group of 16-25 year olds and those 60+ from across the ABC area.

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