REACT Victims and Survivors Project

REACT's Victims and Survivors Project was launched in 2011. The project supports victims and survivors of the Northern Ireland Troubles, from across the community regardless of background. 


What we do

The project offers a range of emotional, practical, social and specialist support services.

These include:

Counselling and Psychotherapies

Acupuncture, Reflexology and Massage Treatments

Respite Trips

Social Events

Relaxation Classes

Craft Classes

Health and Well Being Programmes

Historical Walking Tours

Personnel Development Courses

Transgenerational Events

Coffee Mornings

One to One Support and Advice Services


Who can become a member?

The project offers support, help, guidance and advice to anyone who has been adversely affected by the Troubles in Northern Ireland.

This might include having a personal experience, bereavement or injury relating to the troubles, or being the carer of someone who has had personal experiences of the troubles. 

We accept the definition of a victim of the Northern Ireland Conflict as defined in the Commission for Victims and Survivors Act (N Ireland) 2008 and as described in the First Interim Report, Commission for Victims and Survivors (2010).


Get in Touch

For more details on any of the programmes or to get involved please call in to the REACT office or contact Shirley Hayes, Victims and Survivors Project Officer, on 0283752 6869 or email

The REACT Victims and Survivors Project is funded by the Northern Ireland Victims and Survivors Service.