A-Z: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Advice providers

Do you need help with benefits, consumer, debt, employment or housing issues? We support generalist advice centres across Belfast to provide free, confidential and independent advice by:

  • telephone and email
  • face-to-face support
  • outreach sessions
  • home visits where necessary.

Find out where you can receive advice from in your area:

You can also get advice from:

Working in partnership with the Department for Social Development's Community Support Programme, we provide financial investment to these centres to help with their running costs.

You can access the Belfast Citywide Tribunal Service which we fund from any of the advice providers below, or by emailing

North Belfast

Provider  Address Telephone
Advice Space: North Belfast 40-44 Duncairn Gardens
BT15 2GG
0300 1 233 233
Ardoyne Association 111 Etna Drive
BT14 7NN 
028 9071 5165
Ligoniel Improvement Association The Wolfhill Centre
148 Ligoniel Road
BT14 8DT
028 9039 1225
The Vine Centre 193 Crumlin Road
BT14 7AA
028 9035 1020
Ballysillan Community Forum The Willowgrove Centre
925 – 927 Crumlin Road
BT14 8AB
028 9039 1272
Tar Isteach 244 Antrim Road
BT15 2AR
028 9074 6665

South Belfast

Provider  Address  Telephone 
Ballynafeigh Community Development Association Ballynafeigh Community House
283 Ormeau Road
028 9049 1161
South City Resource Centre 2 Maldon Street
BT12 6HE
028 9028 5060

East Belfast

Advice Space: East Belfast
The Arches Centre
1A Westminster Avenue North
BT4 1NS 
03001 233233
East Belfast Network Centre
55 Templemore Avenue
028 9073 5690

West Belfast

Advice Space: Shankill  Unit 2 The Spectrum Centre
331-335 Shankill Road
BT13 7AA 
03001 233233 
Advice Space: Suffolk and Andersonstown  208 Andersonstown Road
BT11 9EB 
 03001 233233
Advice Space: Falls 
77a Springfield Road
BT12 7AE
03001 233233 
Falls Community Council
275 - 277 Falls Road
BT12 6FD 
028 9020 2030 
Neighbourhood Development Association
57 Falls Road
BT12 4PD 
028 9058 4848 
Springfield Charitable Association 197 Falls Road
BT12 6FB 
028 9032 9085 
Upper Springfield Advice Service 2B Springhill Drive
BT12 7SH 
028 9024 0653 

Central Belfast

Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre 45-47 Donegall Street
BT1 2FG 
028 9096 1111 
Advice Space: Belfast Central Merrion Business Centre
58 Howard Street
BT1 6PJ 
03001 233233 
 Consumer Council

Seatem House
Floor 3
28 – 32 Alfred Street 

 028 9025 1600

Belfast Citywide Tribunal Service

We’re a major funder of advice providers across Belfast, which provide free, confidential and independent advice on a range of issues including benefits, consumer, debt, employment and housing issues.

Belfast Citywide Tribunal Service represents clients who wish to appeal Social Security Agency (SSA) decisions on benefits, including Employment Support Allowance, Disability Living Allowance, Personal Independent Payment and Universal Credit. It enables clients to challenge decisions, assisting them through the process and representing them in both an Appeal and Tribunal setting.

You can access this service from any of the advice centres that we fund, by emailing, calling 028 9039 1765 or visit us at:

Ligoniel Improvement Association
Wolfhill Centre
148 Ligoniel Rd
BT14 8DT

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Migrant support

We support a number of projects which aim to help new communities integrate with existing communities in Belfast.

We also provide training on issues relating to migration. This includes addressing the myths and misinformation that can cause division. 

We also chair a migrant forum that supports networking and communication between organisations that work with migrant communities. 

Refugee transition guide

This guide was developed by The Refugee and Asylum Forum in partnership with Belfast City Council, NIHE and The Law Centre. It gives vital information to anyone who is applying for, or has recently gained refugee status in Northern Ireland.

The guide is available in:

  • English
  • Arabic
  • Chinese
  • Farsi
  • French
  • Mandarin
  • Somalian

Request the guide by emailing or calling 028 9027 0663.

Support services guide for migrants

We have produced a guide for those who have recently arrived in Belfast. It includes information about a range of support services, including:

  • business advice
  • education
  • community safety
  • family support
  • language classes
  • recreation activities.
To request a copy of New to Belfast - A Guide to Support Services, email or call 028 9027 0663.
Migrants rights guides

The Law Centre (NI), together with the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, has produced a range of guides for migrant workers.

The guides explain the different rights and entitlements you have while working and living in Northern Ireland. They also contain advice about what to do if you feel your rights are not being recognised.

All the guides are available from the Law Centre NI website.