To represent and lobby on behalf of the innocent victims and survivors of terrorism in effecting positive change for such individuals around the areas of Justice, Truth, Acknowledgement and overall Service provision.
To develop services and programmes which improve the physical and mental health & wellbeing of the innocent victims and survivors of terrorism.
To develop Transgenerational/Youth services which seek to Educate society as to the on-going legacy of 40 plus years of terrorism.
To improve the financial circumstances of innocent victims and survivors of terrorism through tailored welfare services and skills-based programmes.
To develop strategic partnerships with community/voluntary/statutory sector based organisations for the purpose of ensuring quality and sustainable services are provided for the innocent victims and survivors of terrorism.
To offer services in an accessible, localised manner which will enable the individual needs of innocent victims and survivors of terrorism to be best met.
To provide opportunities for Volunteers to develop their skills, so enabling them to be an intrinsic part of the overall service delivery model within SEFF.
To empower those whom we support to make the transition from ‘Victim’ to ‘Survivor’ as part of an overall process of individual healing and recovery.
To strengthen the organisation’s ties within the broader community and to develop and/or participate in initiatives which help deliver a Shared Future.