Community Support Services

Community Based Family Support Service

Le Chéile Community & Family Resource centre are pleased to welcome Leah Owens the new Community Based Family Support Project Worker for Erris. Lia will also be based in the Irish Wheelchair Association in Logmore, Belmullet, full-time. Family support is a voluntary service and is available...

FREE Psychology Service – For Older Adults Living in County Roscommon

APSI is offering a new service to older adults 65 years and over. It is a once-off friendly phone call to help facilitate a self-help wellbeing approach in their daily lives. For those experiencing mild symptoms of low mood, stress, and anxiety and looking for...

Everything Has Changed: Adapting and Delivering Services during Covid 19

The Western Region Drug & Alcohol Task Force in conjunction with Urrus, Ballymun invite you to an interactive online event on Monday 16th November at 2pm. The event will explore how drug and alcohol projects and services have adapted to ensure continued delivery amidst a global...

Ways of Supporting our LGBTI+ Community

You are invited to a Webinar: Ways of Supporting our LGBTI+ Community which will be held on Monday, November 16th from 11am to 12.30pm. The aim of the Webinar is to bring together services and members of the public to create awareness of recent findings and services...

Breaffy GAA leads the field in fight for mental health awareness

Breaffy GAA Club has extended its commitment to reducing the stigma surrounding mental health with the announcement that Mindspace Mayo will now feature on the clubs U-14 jerseys. It is hoped that the campaign will raise awareness of youth mental health issues in Mayo. GAA clubs...

National Carers Week Event, Breaffy House Hotel, Castlebar

We cordially invite you to attend our National Carers Week Event in Breaffy House Hotel , Castlebar on Monday 12th June from 11.00am-2.00pm. Inspirational Guest Speakers Áine Gaffney, speaking on behalf of her late brother Paddy, Mayo Carer of the Year Helen Rochford, Advocate for People...

Want to set up a Walking Group in your community this Spring?

If you would like to get a walking group started in your area take steps to start with the new phase of the Get Ireland Walking Active Community Walking Programme. The programme will encourage people to become active/more active through walking and support local people...

Two teachers with students in a library

Helping schools to deal with a tragedy

A new book guides principals and teachers on how to navigate the storm of a critical incident, including the 'wallop effect' on their own emotions. Read more: Helping schools to deal with a tragedy Photo: Lorraine Teevan, Source: Independent.ie...