Men’s Aid Northern Ireland
Opening of Advisory Service in East Belfast
East Belfast Branch of the Progressive Unionist Party today attended the opening of a new advisory service for all parents who are seeking to maintain a meaningful and responsible relationship with their children after family break down or divorce. Men’s Aid Northern Ireland today opened their new premises at 135 Albertbridge Road, perfectly positioned to offer their services to all communities in East Belfast and further afield.
Speaking at the launch, Men’s Aid NI Chairman, Peter Morris, stated that “Politicians have so far failed to address family breakdown, which, is a contributing factor to the rising suicide rates in NI. We will continue to challenge and lobby at political level whilst continuing to provide practical help to individual families within the community.”
This is the first office of its kind in Northern Ireland, with advisors who bring considerable personal experience as they themselves have been through the emotional turmoil of family breakdowns involving children. This provides a unique and passionate approach to providing help and an empathy which is hard to find through other advisory services.
East Belfast PUP Spokesman, Jonny Harvey, added that “The PUP are proud to welcome Men’s Aid NI, as a much needed addition to a suite of community advisory services in the area. We look forward to maintaining a close relationship with Men’s Aid NI and will work in partnership with them over the coming months to help address a number of issues for the benefit of not only the community in East Belfast, but for families all over the UK.”
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