ACES: Building Resilient Communities Conference in the Western Outcomes Area


The Western Outcomes Group with partners invite you along to their Adverse Childhood Experiences Conference: Building Resilient Communities. An increasing body of international research identifies the long-term harms that can result from chronic stress during childhood. This conference will generate awareness of ACEs and their impact and share best practice from a local and international perspective.


Conference Details:

Date: 2 March 2018

Time: 9.00am – 4.30pm

Venue: Silver Birches Hotel, Omagh


Click here to download the conference flyer


How to Register:

If you would like to attend the conference please confirm your place by emailing Bronagh Donnelly, Western HSC Trust by email at by Friday 16 February 2018

Registration is essential.


Save the Date: Western Outcomes Group Engagement Events

The Western Outcomes Group invites you to attend the launch of their Western Area Children and Young People’s Action Plan (2017-2020). This three year plan will encompass three core obsessions that the outcomes group wish to share and embed across all children and young people’s agencies working in the western outcomes area:

  1. Every Child has the best start in life
  2. Promote the safety of Our Children and Young People
  3. Work together to include the voice of Children and Young People

The series of engagement events will take place between February and March 2017.

Details of the dates and venues of the engagement events can be downloaded here


How to book a place at one of the engagement events:

For the Limavady, Derry and Strabane engagement events please contact Bronagh Donnelly at

For the Omagh and Enniskillen engagement events please contact Priscilla Magee at



Western Area – Guide to local Drug and Alcohol Services


The Western Drug and Alcohol Coordination Team (DACT) have  recently published the local guide of Drug and Alcohol Services in the Western Outcomes Area. This guide provides a range of interventions to agencies, families and individuals that will offer the right support for individuals in local communities to address alcohol or drug related harm. Services available include: services for adults, services for young people and support for family members who have been affected by someone’s alcohol or drug use. 


Click here to download a copy of the Western DACT guide 


Limavady young people have their say on planning future children’s services

Limavady young people have their say on planning future children’s services

April 2014

Date: 15th April 2014
Roe Valley Arts and Culture Centre

Young People from Limavady had their say on future services for children and young people at an information event held in the Roe Valley Arts and Culture Centre on Tuesday 15 April 2014.

For more information about the CYPSP in Limavady please contact Bronagh Donnelly on 028 71342286 or visit