"We find the Find Help NI website easy to navigate and love the 'worried about someone else' option with in the 'Guide Me' section. The self help tips and information are really good and simplistically laid out which makes it user friendly for someone experiencing mental health issues. I would definitely recommend this to my patients in GP practice as resource!"
"Find Help NI is a much needed resource providing invaluable resources and contact information for a variety of support services. Great to have a service for anyone in need of help and support when they need it the most."
Business Development Manager
Action Trauma Ltd
“The Find Help NI service is excellent both for individual people in need of help, but also for community groups and elected representatives who need to signpost people to professional support services. I have had a very positive experience working with Find Help NI. It is a relief to know that I can refer vulnerable people to a service who are invested in improving mental health and wellbeing across Northern Ireland.”
Councillor Pete Wray
Ulster Unionist Party and Alternatives NI
“Find Help NI is an invaluable resource for people to find help and support in their local area for mental health and wellbeing issues. It can be overwhelming identifying and accessing the appropriate services, and this vital tool will go a long way to making sure people get help and support they deserve.”
North Down MLA
“This is a fantastic resources for schools. So often, it is difficult to direct families to the right support and find local agencies to support their individual needs. Find Help NI takes the guess work out of this and provides useful links and resources to those struggling”.
Vice Principal (Pastoral Care)
Ashfield Girls’ High School
"Find Help NI is a fantastic resource for local people to easily access details of the support and services that they need. First Steps Women's Centre provides Education and Training for Women and Find Help NI helps learners to connect with us and find a suitable course. The helplines section is useful as all helplines are simply and clearly laid out. The resources section is invaluable for mental health and wellbeing as it includes links to books, websites, videos and further information. Well done to all at Find Help NI for creating an excellent resource."
Training & Education Coordinator
First Steps Women's Centre
"Find Help NI is a great resource for local people throughout Northern Ireland, and all their resources are easily accessible via their user friendly website. The helplines section is particularly useful, and offers a variety of support in important areas such as finance, mental health, addiction & children and young people. There are some great resources available in the form of links to books, websites, bitesize videos and further information."
Sported Foundation (Northern Ireland)
“I found the FHNI website very user friendly. It is great to access information all in one place. As a community counsellor it helps me find information from other local charities that helps me to signpost my clients to get the extra help they may need. I absolutely love how inclusive the website is covering many other places of help for those possibly struggling to navigate their way in life.”
"The Find Help NI website is a fantastic resource to promote to our employees as it has a solution for every problem someone may be facing at any point in time. It also helps us as the employer sign post our people in the right direction."
People & Culture Leader
"I have found the Find Help NI website very useful as it has allowed me to research where other organisations are across NI and to make contact to inform them about our services. I have also directed a couple of members to it as well."
Outreach Officer (NI)
"Find help NI is an excellent resource to help people find services to suit their specific needs which are available to them within their chosen location. It allows people who are struggling to search quickly and effectively."
Mental Health Occupational Therapist
Insula Wellbeing Ltd
If you are experiencing distress or are in a mental health crisis please contact Lifeline on 0808 808 8000