Good Morning Causeway
The Good Morning Service operates from the West Bann Development Centre and has been in existence since 2011. Currently the service is available 5 days a week Monday to Friday 9.00am – 1:00pm. Credibility of the service has continued to grow over the past year as client numbers increase and relationships with statutory agencies and key stakeholders develop.
How can you get this vital service?
The service is always seeking referrals from people who would benefit. We cover the areas of the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and Ballymoney Borough Council. To refer yourself or another person for this service please complete a referral form. A referral form can be downloaded by clicking here, or alternatively please contact Good Morning Causeway using the details below to request a form.
Good Morning Causeway currently employs a Project Co-ordinator in addition to a team of highly trained volunteers who make the
all-important daily calls to clients.
Core Funding is provided from:
- COAST (Big Lottery Grant) West Bann is a delivery partner
Valerie McKeary (Good Morning Causeway Coordinator)
West Bann Development Centre
8 Killowen Court
Tel: 028 70558005,
or call at the office between 9am and 1pm, Monday to Friday
Good Morning Causeway are always on the lookout for enthusiastic volunteers to meet the increased volume of calls being made by the Good Morning Causeway service.
We require additional volunteers to meet the demand for this life changing service so if you are a morning person who likes to have a chat and you have a pleasant telephone manner with basic IT skills, then Good Morning Causeway would like to hear from you! Full Training and support will be provided.
Good Morning Causeway is a free confidential community based telephone support service for older and vulnerable people supporting them to remain independent in their own homes. It provides service users with a daily phone call, alerting others if the call is not answered. This provides service users and their families with peace of mind.
The service provides telephone support, enables users to share worries and concerns and connects them with local community activities and services. The regular contact and interaction with others has been proven to contribute to an improvement in health and wellbeing, prevents social isolation and reduces the fear of crime.