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We at A Safe Space to be Me would first like to welcome you to our website. Hello... And secondly say a huge well done for taking the first step on your journey to improving yours, a friend, a colleague or a family members emotional well-being.

Our vision is be able to provide a holistic and systemic approach to family and community support, building positive relationships. Future proofed.

"What Matters", 

I Matter

You Matter

We All Matter 

Within our communities, we have begun the process of promoting togetherness and building bridges by the facilitation of workshops by local people for local people. With community development being at the heart of our plans for the future of the towns we work in.

We at A Safe Space believe that everyone should be able to access the very best of mental health care, free in community settings.  Because of this we have established our free counselling service in both Antrim & Crumlin.

In June 2021, the group found out that they had been awarded the very prestigious Queen's Award for Voluntary service. This was presented to the group by the Lord Lieutenant Mr. David McCorkell in a civic ceremony held in Antrim Castle Gardens on Friday 10th September. The Queen's Award is known as the MBE of groups and is the highest accolade awarded to volunteer groups. 

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Antrim Counselling Hub

The counselling hub was the first project every opened by A Safe Space to be Me 4 in 2017 and has grown from strength to strength in this time. Outgrowing our office space at least 5 times as we grew and expanded!

We are now settled in the picturesque, listed building of the old police station in Antrim. With 5 counselling rooms & a disability access suite available at all times for service users who may not be able to use the stairs in the counselling hub.

For more information on our counselling drop us an email at


Hours available for counselling


Monday to Friday 9am - 9pm

Saturday 9am - 5pm  

Crumlin Community Hub

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The hub in Crumlin first opened it's doors in 2019, and since then the range of services offered have adapted to meet the needs of the community we serve.  As a mental health charity, we look to have we can support people in all area, meaning that counselling isn't the only things that happens in Crumlin Hub. With a large back hall that is suitable for all kinds of occasions, a lot of our activities and workshops run in this as well as giving the community the opportunity to hire it out, be it a birthday party, training space or  consultations.   

Our Nurture Café at the front of the building is our version of an honesty café.  Donation based,  it's the perfect spot for a fry or coffee and cake.  As a member of the Chatty Café Scheme, we do out utmost to ensure ever service user is met with a friendly face. 

We also provide outside catering and details of this can be found here. 

For more information on our Crumlin services drop us an email at

Opening Hours

Monday              0830-1630

Tuesday             0830-1630

Wednesday       0830-1630

Thursday            0830-1630

Friday                  0830-1630

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Crumlin Community Larder

Now open!!

Open to anyone, not means tested.

Monday              1000-1500

Tuesday             1000-1500

Wednesday       1000-1500

Thursday            1000-1500

Friday                  1000-1500

Saturday             subject to donations

Community Food Bank

  • Registered Food Bank

  • Open Six Days a Week

  • Not means tested

If you need any help please contact our dedicated support team.

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Birthday Party Enquiry

How Can We Help?

Use this form to enquiry abut available party dates.

Thanks for reaching out. We’ll get back to you soon.

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Moo Music

Moo Music is a great fun and interactive regular music session for 0 to 5 year old children and their parents, grandparents or carers too, where the children sing, dance and play. Music is an essential part of every child's development and the 125 original Moo Music songs used at the sessions are positive, uplifting, fun and educational. The interactive sessions will help your child gain confidence and develop memory, language and coordination skills in an exciting, enjoyable and multi-sensory way. It's a great way to make new friends - both for the children and the adults too!

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