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Growth and Recovery

You do not have to struggle alone. Whatever life challenge you face—from the death of an unborn baby to abandonment by a long-time spouse—growth and recovery programs offer care for your soul, wise counsel, and patient friends who know that real change takes time.

For more information, contact the office at 028 9031 9710, or contact us online.

Through the Presbyterian Church in Ireland’s Board of Social witness the following services are provided:

Carlisle House in Belfast provides treatment for people dependent on alcohol or drugs. In the last ten years almost a thousand men and women have been helped by attending an eight week residential treatment programme. Follow-up support is also available. Carlisle House also offers a confidential 24 hour helpline service.

Gray's Court was opened in the year 2000 in response to a need identified by staff at Carlisle House Addiction Rehabilitation Unit for supported accommodation for people in early recovery who were homeless, or living in circumstances detrimental to their recovery. The project is a joint one between the Boards of Social Witness of the Presbyterian Church and Habinteg Housing Association.

Thompson House in Belfast offers hostel and bed-sit accommodation to men who need supported housing when they are leaving prison. Prison chaplains originally identified the need for this service, which we provide in partnership with the Probation Board for Northern Ireland. Over the last fourteen years 1,200 men have been assisted in this way.


Further resources



Addiction Services


Hope UK is a Christian charity providing drug education and training for parents, churches and voluntary youth organisations. Informative speakers and high quality resource materials address the difficult lifestyle issues facing children and young people today.

ACET is the largest independent provider of community based Health Education and Training in Ireland on the combined issues of HIV /AIDS, Sexual Health, Drug and Alcohol Misuse. The Health Education and Training Services are designed to empower young people and vulnerable adults to reduce the risk of infection and damage to their health, the health of their partners, families and children.

Turning Point is the UK's leading social care organisation. We provide services for people with complex needs, including those affected by drug and alcohol misuse, mental health problems and those with a learning disability.


Ex Offenders


The Prison Fellowship of Northern Ireland is a Christian ministry responding to the spiritual, emotional, social and physical needs of prisoners, ex-prisoners and their families by demonstrating Christ's love to all affected by imprisonment.

    ::: This Sunday at 11am :::


26th November

Morning Worship

with Rev Steve Stockman

    ::: This Sunday at 7pm :::


26th November
Spiritual formation Advent Series 1
Rev Steve Stockman

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