Networking Event for WRDA Members

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Find Help NI is a mental health social enterprise based in NI. It is an online wellbeing & mental health support hub, funded by the Department of Health. The Find Help NI website connects people to community and voluntary support organisations both locally and nationally through their digital directory. They want to make meaningful signposting as easy as possible and are keen to add smaller organisations who offer a range of services.

WRDA think many of our members could benefit from being featured on this new signposting service and we are holding an information event with Find Help NI for our members. The meeting will be at 11am on the 17th of February and you can sign up here

Find Help NI website also features a self-help hub, emergency contacts, helpful blog content and other interesting information for adults and young people.

Your services can feature on the Find Help NI website completely free of charge, advertising your services to a wider audience of service users.

With organisations like yours joining, it is the goal of Find Help NI to be the central place for health and well-being information, support, and services for service users throughout the whole of NI.

Past Events

WRDA 38th AGM.

On the 5th November 2021 WRDA celebrated our 38th AGM. The Annual Report was presented and a special presentation was given on the work of Raise Your Voice. Click the image to view an abridged recording of the event.

Breast, Cervical and Bowel Screening Awareness Programme

Breast, Cervical and Bowel Screening Awareness Session for Members

Breast – 18th February @ 7pm

Cervical – 8th April @7pm

Bowel – 29th April @ 7pm


Making Feminism trans-inclusive. Thursday the 4th of March at 7pm on Zoom.

This event looked at how we can make feminism trans inclusive at an organisational and individual level. To watch the video click on the image. You can read a summary of the event here.

The role of women in the revival of the Irish Language

This event looked at the role of women in the Gaelic Revival, establishment of the Belfast Gaeltacht and widening participation. Click the image to watch the event.