Bridge of Hope, a department of Ashton Community Trust, firmly believes in the importance of positive mental health. To support this vision we provide: complementary therapies; life coaching; counselling and psychological services; physiotherapy; accredited VTCT training; personal development courses and conflict legacy programmes. All of these services are designed to help manage and reduce stress, and encourage the development of positive, healthy and resilient lives. They also encourage exploration of the causes and effects of conflict, dealing with the past and social justice. Our services are person-centred and based on the theory that no single approach will suit everyone. You can find out more about services by ringing Bridge of Hope on (619) 648-8347, 16 Alliance Avenue Clinic 028 9543 8707 or the team at the McSweeney Centre 0289032 2289. You can also be referred into our services by the Victims & Survivors Service (VSS), family member, friend, community voluntary organisation or health professional such as GP, CPN or Social Worker.
Bridge of Hope operates in line with the General Data Protection Regulations 2018. This means we treat your information with respect and in accordance with the law. If you would like further information on this please click below to read our Privacy Statement.Bridge of Hope, Ashton Community Trust Privacy Statement July 2018