The Belfast Warm and Well Project is coordinated by National Energy Action (NEA) and is supported by Community Planning Partners from across Belfast.
The project is available to vulnerable people who are finding it difficult to keep their home warm. Vulnerable refers to a number of different groups including:
• People aged 65 years or older;
• People living with a disability or a long term physical or mental health condition;
• Pregnant women;
• Households with a young child/children (from new-born to school age); and
• People on a low income.
Signs that a person may be finding it difficult to keep their home warm could be, for example:
• The home is cold – you may have to keep your coat on when inside;
• There is condensation on the windows; or
• There are signs of damp on the walls or ceilings.
Belfast Warm and Well, will be coordinated by National Energy Action (NEA) who will work with local community and voluntary groups, to provide helpful independent and confidential advice and practical support.
If you or someone you know is vulnerable and finding it difficult to keep your home warm, contact NEA on 028 9023 9909 or firstname.lastname@example.org to see if they can help.