MACE Children’s/Family Services NI Interventions Tender Opportunity – 3rd and Final Opening!

This is your last chance to apply to be a Provider on the EU INTERREG VA MACE Project (Children’s / Family Services) framework in Northern Ireland (NI). This tender is seeking Providers to deliver Trauma Informed and Trauma Specific Interventions in specific NI border areas. More Information For information and to respond to this tender opportunity go to http://www.etendersni.gov.uk

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Bernie McCrory, CAWT Chief Officer retires

Bernie McCrory has retired as Chief Officer of CAWT after more than 40 years in the Public Service, Bernie has been Chief Officer for 16 years working to promote cross border health and social care services in NI and ROI with partners across Scotland, Canada, Greenland, Iceland and Norway as well as other European Union Partner Countries. Bernie was awarded an MBE in 2014 for her services to health and social care provision in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Prior to taking up this role, Bernie worked as a Hospital Manager in Tyrone County and the Erne Hospitals for more than […]

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New Tender Now Open Again for New Providers! – ‘MACE Project’ Children’s / Family Services

Now Open Again for New Providers! The EU INTERREGVA MACE Project (Children’s / Family Services) is seeking Providers to deliver Trauma Informed and Trauma Specific Interventions in border areas of RoI. Registered providers can access the tender documentation and request to participate in a Zoom information session on Tues 7th September at 10.30am. Tender Flyer Click link to view tender application

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‘Health and Hope in your Hands’ – Ireland’s First Online Recovery College Launched

As we continue on the path towards Covid-19 recovery, it is more important than ever that people have access to the tools and resources to support their mental health and wellbeing. That was the message from the Innovation Recovery Project, a cross-border mental health education initiative, who has announced the launch of its online Recovery College – mymentalhealthrecovery.com – which will bring digital enabled mental health services to a wider audience living within Northern Ireland and the border counties of the Republic of Ireland. The first of its kind across the island of Ireland, the online college was jointly launched […]

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