Meath Child & Family Support Networks/Meitheal
|Description||Meath has 3 Child and Family Support Networks (CFSNs) led out by the Tusla CFSN Coordination Team. This team is part of Tusla PPFS (Prevention, Partnership and Family Support) and it supports young people, families and services working with under 18's in Co Meath. One of the ways this is done is through Meitheal the Early Intervention National Practice Model and in supporting families and services to engage in Meitheal. Services are invited to become members of their local CFSN where they will find out what is available in their area/ upcoming training/funding etc all of which will support them in their work with children, young people and families. The Meath team are based in Tusla Navan Family Resource Centre.
|Address||Tusla- CFA Navan Family Resource Centre,
|Description||SOSAD has a range of supports available for anyone who has lost a loved one to suicide.
Every volunteer at SOSAD is committed to providing the very best possible care and support to every client to try to help their families cope through this difficult time.
|Contact||Ph: 046 9077682|
|Additional Info||SOSAD aims to raise awareness of suicide in Ireland.
* To break the stigma surrounding suicide.
* To provide support and direction to those feeling depressed and/or suicidal.
* To provide support and direction to those who may know someone feeling suicidal.
* To provide support and direction to those who have been bereaved by suicide.
East Coast Family Resource Centre
|Description||East Coast Family Resource Centre opened its doors in 2007 with the unique aim of providing services to empower and develop the community to its full potential. EC FRC provides support, structure, and a social professional network for children and families within the community.|
|Address||5 Strand haven, Laytown, Co Meath|
|Additional Info||Laytown FRC is a community development project funded by Tusla Child and Family Agency.|
Aim Family Services
|Description||Aim provides couple & individual counselling, mediation and information on family law.|
|Contact||Ph: 01 6708363|
|Additional Info||For support and advice on: Children and Family Law, Civil Nullity, Cohabitation, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family Home, Judical Separation, Legal Marriage, Maintenance & Separation Agreements
Meath Springboard Family Support Services
|Description||Meath Springboard Family Support Services provide a range of services which aim to support adults in their parenting role for the benefit of their children. Parents want the best for their children and sometimes as parents we need information, assistance or guidance. Through the provision of the following services we meet these needs for the benefit of children.|
|Contact||PH: 046 9078 220|
|Address||Mangan House, Clonmagadden Rd, Windtown Rd, Navan, Co. Meath|
|Additional Info||Services include;
Individual Programmes of Family Support for families with specific issues or difficulties which impact on children
Parent training courses and support groups, Counselling.
He's My Dad Project. A dedicated support service for men in their parenting role.
Meath Children's Access Support Service; supporting children to develop & maintain contact with their non-resident parent following family breakup.(This service has limited funding and hence there is a charge for use).
Trim Family Resource Centre
|Description||Trim FRC is a local community development & family support project, established in 2001 as a response to a need to tackle disadvantage and poverty in Trim and surrounding areas using a community development approach. Trim FRC is open to everyone in the community who is in need of advice, information or support.|
|Contact||PH: 046 9438850|
|Address||22 Mornington Drive, Trim, Co. Meath|
|Additional Info||Supports include:
Women's Development programmes,
Health & Wellbeing programmes / Workshops,
Cula Bula Youth Group,
Coder Dojo Coding Club,
Failte Isteach - Conversational English,
Strengthening Families Programme,
Rainbows programmes for children,
Drop in Family Support,
Beacon Family Project,
Level Up Project for young people 16 -24 years old,
supports & services for older people,
a low-cost counselling service and Play therapy,
numerous community events, family events, trips and cups of tea.
Kells People’s Resource Centre
|Description||Kells People's Resource Centre provides support to the individual, families and the community of Kells, Co. Meath through a range of support services, training programmes and community development activities.|
|Address||Old Carrick School, Lord Edward Street, Kells, Co. Meath|
|Additional Info||Services include:
- Parent support groups
- English language support
- Information and advice
|Services Provided||Parent support groups
English language support
Information and advice
Tusla-CFA Navan Family Resource Centre
|Description||The FRC programme is Ireland’s largest family support programme delivering universal services to families in disadvantaged areas across the country. A central feature of the FRC programme is the involvement of local people in identifying needs and developing needs-led responses.|
Navan, Co. Meath
|Additional Info||Supports/services include:
- Parenting 24 Seven
- Child & Youth Participation
- Creative Community Alternatives
|Phone Number||PH: 046-9073178|