FAMM (Family and Money Matters) faced significant challenges in the wake of the first COVID-19 lockdown. Used to meeting our service users’ needs in face to face meetings, especially in prisons, we were faced with a quick channel shift.

NIACRO is a charity that makes a unique and specialised contribution to society through the delivery of a wide range of services and develops programmes for children and young people; families affected by imprisonment; and adults, in prison and in the community.

NIACRO is delighted to launch Working Well, NIACRO’s employment support programme for people with convictions.

Stressful or traumatic experiences can have a huge impact on children and young people throughout their lives.

On Wednesday 1st August and to coincide with World Play Day an event took place in Maghaberry’s Visitors Reception, involving children of prisoners that have been working on an art project.

NIACRO Children and Families Services is delighted to have been successful in achieving Investing in Children Membership Award™.

NIACRO is delighted to launch Get Real – a PEACE IV funded, 3-year project aimed at restoratively challenging hate crime. 

Professor Siobhan O'Neill, Professor of Mental Health Sciences, Ulster University

Olwen Lyner NIACRO’s CEO responds to Scope NI’s recent article on the Fourth Industrial Revolution