This site provides information on Judicial Decisions, Office of Care and Protection, Mental Health Review Tribunal and other court services
The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) is an independent charity working with adults, families and children's social care and social work services across the UK. It also works closely with related services such as health care and housing. The Website provides access to practical resources, practice guidance and learning materials.
This is the official website of The Royal College of Psychiatrists, the professional and educational body for psychiatrists in the United Kingdom. It hosts the e learning package for the Gain Guidelines.

This site contains very useful information, training materials and other documents which can be accessed by other professionals, service users and carers.
This link goes directly to all the NICE Guidance on mental health conditions and recommended treatments.
This site provides a very useful overview and guidance on the role of the General Practitioner in relation to the Mental Health (Northern Ireland) Order 2011.
CAUSE is a peer-led charity and emotional support to relatives and carers of people with serious mental illness
This website contains useful information for people who live with mental health difficulties and provides a number of other useful links.
The Public Health Agency contains a number of useful publications including those relating to positive mental health.
This is the website for the Northern Ireland Association of Mental Health. It contains useful information for those who live with mental health difficulties, carers and mental health professionals as well as an overview of the services offered by NIAMH.The site also contains a number of interesting research reports and useful links.
This site provides details of a wide range of services provided by statutory, voluntary and community organisations. Up-to-date information on a range of services available to support families can be accessed including those relating to to the mental health needs of children and young people. This information will help Families, Young People, Children and Practitioners in Northern Ireland to final locals ervices to meet their needs.
Mencap offers information, support and a range of services for children and adults with a learning disability
This is the website for MINDWISE (previously known as Rethink). It contains useful information for those who live with mental health difficulties, carers and mental health professionals plus an overview of the services offered by MINDWISE.
Praxis Care provides a range of supported living services, home response domiciliary care, along with a variety of day care services.
This is the website for Autism NI, Northern Ireland's Autism charity. The website contains useful information in relation to autism and the services offered by the organisation.
The DSDC Northern Ireland office is an operational service of the Dementia Services Development Centre, University of Stirling. The centre exists to improve people's understanding and knowledge of dementia.
This site contains useful local information, including information re advocacy services.
This site also contains useful local information, including information re advocacy services.
This site contains useful materials re suicide research including a local report "Suicide and Homicide in Northern Ireland". June 2011.The site also contains a report produced by the National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness, commissioned by the DHSSPS following the publication of the Inquiry report following the deaths of Madeline and Lauren O'Neill.
This site hosts a series of useful reports produced by the various working groups of the Bamford Review of Mental Health and Learning Disability (NI) and includes "A Comprehensive Legislative Framework" 2007.
The SAaRIH (Safeguarding Adults at Risk Information Hub) Project is an on-line central information resource for practitioners, managers, researchers, educators and policy makers (across all relevant disciplines and agencies and sectors) with an interest in adult safeguarding and protection.
This site contains Guidance and professional resources in relation to Multi – Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) arrangements in Northern Ireland can be found on this website.