Non Violent Resistance Programme for Parents/Carers

Trim Family Resource Centre and SMART Project are planning to run a Non Violent Resistance Programme for parents who experience child to parent violence at home.

Non Violent Resistance programme helps to empower parents to take positive action to end the violent and controlling behaviours. The programme has proven to be effective for many families where young people are controlling, violent or abusive towards their parents/carers. Prior registration is required – closing date for registration is 24th January 2022.

An introductory one to one session with parents will take place during the month of February and group sessions will start on 2nd March 2022. The programme will run for 9 weeks every Wednesday (excluding Easter school holidays) from 10am to 12.30pm in Trim FRC, 15 Wellington Avenue, C15 FC03 and will be facilitated by Trim Family Resource Centre and SMART Project.

Contact Justyna on 046 9438850/ 087 1877553 for more information or to register.


Edition 3 of the Meath Child and Family Support Networks Newsletter

Click on the link below to access Edition 3 of the Meath CFSNs Newsletter (Issue 3, Winter 2021). In this edition you will find information on some of the services available to children, young people and families across Meath, as well as information on the Child and Family Support Networks in Meath.

TUSLA – Meath Newsletter Nov 21 Edition 3


Young Carers Support Group Open Day on Saturday 11th December

Youth Work Ireland (YWI) Meath, with the support of Meath CYPSC, are setting up a support group for young carers aged 12-18. If you are a young carer in this age group and live in Co. Meath, you are invited to our Open Day this Saturday, 11th December, 2021 from 1:00pm – 3:00pm, in the YWI Meath office in Navan. This event will give you an opportunity to engage with people face to face and help us find out what young people would like to do as part of this support group.

Click on the poster below for contact details and further information:

Young Carer's Open Registration Day



Meath Partnership and Healthy Ireland’s Online Talk with Niall Carroll 7th December from 11am

Please see poster below for details of Meath Partnership and Healthy Ireland’s online talk with Niall Carroll tomorrow the 7th of December from 11am.

Niall Carroll founded and organised the highly regarded ‘100k in 30 days’ campaign. The ‘100k in 30 Days’ campaign started off as a fun community based event, in Blackrock village, Co. Louth seven years ago. An event was created to encourage some healthy competition and activity amongst locals in the community. All proceeds raised (over 3 million) have been donated into  breast cancer research.

We would like to invite you to attend the session on the 7th of December. We hope that hearing from Niall will be both a source of inspiration on how he turned a difficult time in his family’s life into a worldwide success.

To register: email [email protected]



Health Matters Initiative – ‘Loss in Lockdown’ via Zoom on Friday 3rd December

Please see link below regarding details received from Meath Partnership about their Health Matters Initiative. This training session is   ‘Loss in Lockdown – Healing in difficult times’ and will look at the impacts that lockdown has had and will focus on self-care and recovery coping strategies.

Date: Friday 3rd of December
Time: 10am-1pm, on Zoom

If you are interested, please contact Sarah on 085-8622-030 or email [email protected]

Health Matters Loss in Lockdown