GET VOTING FOR THE SHUTTER TO BE LIFTED!! Voting is now open in the Aviva Awards. Please follow the link below to register and then vote.

https://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/voting/project/view/16-2292

YOU HAVE 10 VOTES - PLEASE CLICK ON THE PLUS ICON TO USE THEM ALL FOR BREAKTHRU.  By using your 10 votes for Breakthru you will help us reopen our Drop-In Centre in Market Square, Dungannon. Breakthru Central was open from March 2013 until November 2014 and contributed to a reduction in street drinking and anti-social behaviour. When the Centre closed the foot fall was 224 per month. We are also seeking funding for a part-time (30 hours) youth worker for one year to deliver detached and outreach work based on the Centre. We are grateful to Mortgage Angels, Dungannon who are supporting our entry in the Aviva Awards. In an ever-changing mortgage market, it's important to receive the most up-to-date advice from a company you can trust. You can rely on Mortgage Angels (NI) to provide advice on the latest mortgage offers from a wide range of different lenders. Contact Mortgage Angels on 028 8772 4504.

Breakthru was founded in 1996 and has established itself as a leading organization in the field of substance misuse in Northern Ireland.

We take an innovative approach to the many issues linked to substance misuse and the promotion of general health and wellbeing. Underpinning all the work of Breakthru is the belief that everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity and that everyone deserves to be armed with accurate, up to date information so they are able to make informed decisions about lifestyle choices.

The Future

Future development is both challenging and exciting with legislation around tendering and the current economic climate affecting available funding streams. In November we embarked upon a series of Think Tank Sessions with Partner organisations, Stakeholders, service users and young people. While there were many great ideas and suggestions the following have been adopted immediately with further developments planned.

 

 

 

 

DICE Project Worker

Maternity Cover

 

This post is funded by the Big Lottery Fund

Reaching Out: Empowering Young People Programme

Breakthru is funded to facilitate the delivery of a Drug Intervention & Community Education (DICE) Project Supporting Care Experienced Young People.

We are recruiting for delivery in the Omagh and Fermanagh Areas

 

   Term: Fixed term until April 2017

With possible extension

Salary: £24,660p.a.

Hours: 37½ hours per week

Application Form

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