Our Services

Families Moving On provide a range of services to victims and survivors of the troubles.

Complementary Therapies

Families Moving On offer complementary therapies to its members. Members can avail of 6 sessions of treatments, Massage, Reflexology, Hopi Ear Candling or Indian Head Massage.


The befriending service at Families Moving On is for those that have become socially isolated due to life circumstances such as illness, disability, bereavement or other adverse events. Support is offered through volunteer befrienders.

Social Support

FMO aims to provide social support to its members to reduce social isolation levels and improve confidence levels. Social support at FMO can be achieved through various events and activities including coffee mornings, luncheon dates, various personal development classes throughout the year and respite trips.

Transgenerational Activities

FMO strongly believe that if we are to effectively help our members in their transition and journey of recovery this cannot be done by isolating the individual and only working with them. We need to work with the wider family circle as all have been affected by the trauma.

Personal & Professional Development

Personal development is about the changes a person makes within to maximise their potential by learning new skills to help a person excel in all aspects of their life. It helps a person increase their knowledge of self by focusing on understanding strengths and weaknesses to improve their self-esteem. Professional development relates to those things that can enable a person to advance their career and become better at what they do on a professional level.

Community Garden

In 2022 Families Moving On acquired two polytunnels at MACCA Resource Centre, Knockshee Park, Omagh.  Research has proved gardening is extremely beneficial for wellbeing, for example, it can improve mental health by reducing symptoms of anxiety, depression, mood disturbances and stress. 

Other Services & Our Partners

Families Moving On has formed partnerships with other Victims and Survivors groups in the area with several established referral pathways into organisations providing important services FMO cannot offer. Members can be referred to avail of welfare advice and assistance including applications to the Troubles Permanent Disablement Payment Scheme (TPDPS) through our partner organisation SEFF (South East Fermanagh Foundation).

“Together, Moving Forward”

Need advice? Call our support line on (028) 82 250 369