Our address is: Unit 12 Social Economy Village, Hannahstown Hill, Belfast BT17 0XS
When turning onto Hannahstown Hill from the Glen Road, Belfast Media (Andersonstown News) is located on your left, Workwest is on the right, continue straight ahead for a few yards and VAST office is located on your next right turn.
Currently we have one phone line operational, should you wish to contact us please call: 02890 627501 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Victims and Survivors Trust’s mission is to assist and support those individuals and families adversely affected by the conflict. We deliver a variety of programmes within a safe environment enabling remembrance and reconnection. We aim to support individuals and families looking for truth recovery in the hope that we can assist them in their transition from victim to survivor.
Who are VAST?
Victims and Survivors Trust (VAST) is a charitable organisation, established in 1998. Although the group is based in West Belfast our membership and services are available to all individuals and families who have suffered as a result of the conflict.
Over the past decade VAST has established a range of services and activities for those most affected by the conflict. We have built relationships with other victims groups, with other community groups and with statutory, voluntary and community providers of services of benefit to our members.
Who is VAST for?
VAST offers support to individuals and families who have been directly affected by the ‘troubles’, including those bereaved, injured and/or those caring for the injured.
How do I join/avail of VAST services?
To join VAST or find out more about availing of our services please make an appointment with our Trust Coordinator – Fiona (02890 627501)