Sport

List of Services

Adventure Sports Project (ASP)
Aosog
Aughrim Boy Scouts
Ballybough Youth Project
Belvedere Youth Club
Bradog Regional Youth Service
Cavan Centre – Empowering Communities Programme
City of Dublin Youth Services Board(CDYSB)
Community Development Officer for Boxing
Crinan Youth Project
Dublin City Council, Sport and Recreation Officer
East Wall Water Sports Centre
East Wall Youth
Football Association of Ireland(FAI)
Lourdes Youth and Community Services (LYCS)
Neighbourhood Youth Project(NYP) 1
Neighbourhood Youth Project(NYP) 2
Ozanam House Children Centre
Stoneybatter Youth Service
SWAN Youth Service
Wexford Centre Project

 

 

 


 

Name of Service: Adventure Sports Project (ASP)
Address: School on Stilts, Rutland Street, Dublin 1
Target Area Covered: North East Inner City – Lourdes Parish
Age Groups: 10 to 21 years
Specific Service: We provide informal educational youth work programmes
and activities designed to meet the needs of young people at
risk in our target area.
Specific services include; Educational programmes,
Advocacy, Information, Interest Based Activities, Training,
Drop Ins, Recreational Activities.
Referrals: Young people can be referred by local agencies, groups and
families.
Young people can also self refer.
Referral forms can be got at our premises in the school on
stilts.
Contact Names: James O’Callaghan
Phone Number: 01 8363965
Email: aspyouthproject@gmail.com

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NAME OF SERVICE: Aosog
ADDRESS: Unit 3, Stanley Court, 62/63 Prussia Street, Dublin 7.
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: North west inner city.
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE;
7-52 years old.
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?:
Aosóg is a community based Child and Family Project based in the North West Inner City of
Dublin. Aosóg was set up in 1997 as a direct response to a need identified by people living and
working in the area. The Project works with children aged 7 to 15 years and their families.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?:
Due to the limited number of places on the Project, referrals are viewed on the basis of each
child’s needs, and how the project might meet those needs. There is usually a waiting list, though
emergency referrals are accepted.
CONTACT NAME(S): Geraldine Nugent
Phone 01 8102122/3
Fax 01 8102123
Email aosog@eircom.net

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NAME OF SERVICE: Aughrim St Scouts
ADDRESS: The Scout Den Ben, Edair Road, Dublin 7.
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE:
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE;
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?:
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?:
CONTACT NAME(S): Kiernan Gildea
Phone: 01 8380796
E-mail: aughrim_st_scouts@hotmail.com

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NAME OF SERVICE: Ballybough Youth Project
ADDRESS: Ballybough Community, Youth & Sports Centre, Ballybough Road,
Dublin 3.
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE:
Ballybough Youth Project caters primarily for young people aged 10 to 21 living
in the area within the boundaries of North Strand Road, Poplar Row/Clonliffe
Road, Jones’s Road and the Royal Canal.
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE
Ages 10 to 21
In response to the lack of activities for youngsters under 10, Ballybough Youth
Project secured funding from the Dormant Accounts Fund/Pobal for a pilot
programme for a targeted, small group of 6s to 9s.
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?:
After-school activities, afternoons, evenings and weekends, including:-
• Study Group Support for Junior and Leaving Cert
• Homework Clubs
• Soccer
• Angling
• Water Sports
• Horse Riding
• Quad-Biking
• Ice Skating
• Cooking
• DJ Mixing
• Rapping
• Singing
• Film Making
• Computer Café
• Young Women’s Group
• Young Men’s Group
• YouthBank
• Irish Youth Music Awards
• Teen Health Education
• Stilt Walking
• Juggling
• Festivals
• Geo-Cache Treasure Hunt
• Drama
• Pool
• Drop-Ins
• Mid-Term Activities
• Summer Project
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR HOW
ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?
Walk in and apply yourself or through schools, other projects, JLOs, etc.
Ballybough Youth Project is supported by the Local Drugs Task Force and the
Young People's Facilities and Services Fund through the City of Dublin Youth
Service Board.
CONTACT NAME(S): Mark Tynan, Christina O'Rourke, Mary Meehan
TELEPHONE 856 1383
E-MAIL ballyboughyouth@gmail.com

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NAME OF SERVICE: Belvedere Youth Club
ADDRESS:41 Lower Buckingham Street, Dublin 1
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: The main area
covered is the North Inner City Inner city but there is no restriction on coming
from outside this catchment area.
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: The club works with two main
age groups. 7 to 11 year olds and 12 to 18/20 year olds. Both boys and girls
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?: The club
provides a wide range of activities through the provision of an after schools
programme and a night-time drop-in programme these include; sporting
activities,computer classes, arts and ceramics classes, drama and music related
theatre groups, summer programmes, summer camps and residential holiday's.
The programme of activities varies during the year to account for school activity.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR HOW
ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?: The club
takes referrals from all relevant agencies. Young people and families can also
self refer by calling into the office.
CONTACT NAME(S): Paul Brady-Director/ Gillian Collins CE Supervisor
PHONE NUMBER(S): 01-8550282
EMAIL: belvedere@eircom.net

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NAME OF SERVICE: BRADOG REGIONAL YOUTH SERVICE
ADDRESS: 34 DOMINICK PLACE, DUBLIN 1
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: Smithfield Square to
Hardwicke Street. Broadstone to Northside of the quays.
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: 10-21 years
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?:
Bradog works with young people who are at risk of/who are socially excluded.
Bradog would seek to engage these young people by offering them meanigful
experiences through youth arts, outdoor pursuits, accredited training health
promotion, sports and digital media.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?:
Young people would access the service through street work, information verbally
given at drop-in centres, posters, leaflets, monthly newsletter. through local
schools and some referrals.
CONTACT NAME(S)
SHANE CROSSAN - REGIONAL MANAGER- 087-1324587
PAULINE BRENNAN- PROJECT LEADER- 087-1324574
DAVID DELANEY - ADMINISTRATIONS MANAGER
01-8748758
PHONE NUMBER(S):YOUTH WORKER TEAM CONTACT NO 01-8788375
EMAIL: admin@bradog.com

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NAME OF SERVICE: The Cavan Centre – Empowering Communities Programme
ADDRESS: Ballyjamesduff, Co Cavan
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: Dublin 1,2,3,4 & 7
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE 0 – Adults ( All different
groups from Youth services, Youth reaches, Community drugs projects, Disability
groups & family respites etc )
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?: The Cavan
centre is a community development project that offers three distinct programmes.
1. Adventure education 2. Training courses 3. Respite beaks. We also run a
Trainee youth work programme.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?:
They access our service through their youth services or community projects.
CONTACT NAME(S): The Cavan Centre
PHONE NUMBER(S):049 8544436
EMAIL: Info@cavancentre.ie

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NAME OF SERVICE: City of Dublin Youth Service Board (CDYSB)
ADDRESS: 70 Morehampton Road, Donnybrook, Dublin 4
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: Dublin City (within the
Dublin City Council area)
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE 10 years to 21 years
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?: CDYSB is the
youth work development agency of the City of Dublin Vocational Education
Committee. It achieves this through the administration of Grant Aid on behalf of
Government to almost 90 projects throughout the city. In addition CDYSB also
provides direct grant aid for over 400 youth clubs and groups together with
providing support services to communities for the development of youth work
programmes, which respond to the changing needs of young people within
Dublin City.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?:
CDYSB does not work directly with young people or their families. Young
people/families can access the activities provided by the Projects, Clubs and
Groups that are Grant Aided by CDYSB
CONTACT NAME(S): Margaret Hayes
PHONE NUMBER(S): 01 4321100
EMAIL: margaret.hayes@cdysb.cdvec.ie

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NAME OF SERVICE: Crinan Youth Project
ADDRESS: 72 Sean McDermott St., Dublin 1.
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: North Inner City
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE 14-21 years
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?: Multidisciplinary
Treatment Programme incorporating Community Reinforcement
Approach, Medical, therapeutic, social/educational programme. Includes: Care
planning, Counselling, Methadone stabilisation/detoxification, Holistic therapies,
Full-time & Part-time programmes, group work, group activities – Art,
Yoga/Relaxation, family support, family therapy and aftercare.
Cocaine Initiative – starting on Monday 12th of April we will be running a cocaine
project – Monday & Thursday evenings between 6-8pm. We have two outreach
workers who will do street work/outreach from 5-6pm. This service is aimed
specifically at 14-21 yr olds from Nth Inner City who are experiencing problems
with cocaine and head shop products. Services provided: Assessment, Holisitic
therapies, 1:1 counselling (Crisis Intervention, CBT/Brief Solution Focussed
Therapy), Referral to other services/treatment options if necessary and keyworking.
– Business cards, leaflets and posters will be circulated in the coming
forthnight.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?:
Through other services/agencies and self-referrals, can be made by phone. And
contact through our outreach workers.
CONTACT NAME(S): Manager: Gemma Collins, Youth/Project Workers:
Denis Kinlan, Bridie Flood, Grahem Emerson, Family Support Worker: Bernie
Howard, Therapist: Rachel Keogh, Family Therapist: Cliona McHale.
PHONE NUMBER(S): 855 8792 (outreach mobiles to follow)
EMAIL: info@crinanyp.org

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NAME OF SERVICE: Dublin City Council Sport and Recreation Officer
ADDRESS: Ballybough Youth and Community Centre, Ballybough Road, Dublin
3
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: North East Inner
City, North West Inner City, Glasnevin, Drumcondra, Cabra West and Cabra
East.
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: Disability groups, ethnic
minorities and new communities, children under-10, Older adults, Women and
teenage girls.
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?: Sport and
recreation programmes aimed specifically at the target groups to help more
people become physically active. I also offer support to local groups, sports
clubs and communities in relation to sport and recreation.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?: My
contact details are available from the Council's offices and website so if anyone
has a query they can contact me directly. My programmes are advertised
through community groups and also through leafleting target areas where a
programme will be taking place. For example, I run an aqua aerobics programme
in Sean Mc Dermott St swimming pool targeting women from the NEIC and
NWIC. Before the programme began, I sent leaflets to all the local community
groups and advertised around the target areas.
CONTACT NAME(S): LJ Mc Ginley
PHONE NUMBER(S): 087 9176720
EMAIL: lauraj.mcginley@dublincity.ie

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NAME OF SERVICE: EAST WALL WATER SPORTS CENTRE
Adj to: East Point Business Park , Alfie Byrne Road East
Wall, Dublin 3
Caters for whole of Dublin
Age Range Generally aged 12 & upwards. (If parents /guardians are
willing and available to supervise their own children we can cater to
slightly younger children).
We offer:
Fun sessions on the water using Rafts & Sit-on Kayaks
Windsurfing, Sailing & Rowing
We can offer courses in Power boating, Sailing and canoeing.
You can contact us through
Web site: www.dublincity.ie/pages/EWWSC.aspx
or through Dublin City Council Website.
Phone 01- 2225579
Centre Co-Ordinator Billy King 086-8226435
billy.king@dublincity.ie or billyjking@gmail.com.
Call – in to the centre
General Note.
The area is governed by tides and there are some days/weeks on
which the times don’t suit and we are obviously governed by weather
conditions so it is important that anyone booking the centre checks in
a couple of days or even hours before they are due at the centre if
they are in any doubt as to conditions.
We provide all safety gear and clothing.

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NAME OF SERVICE: East Wall Youth
ADDRESS: St. Mary's Youth Club, Strangford Road, Dublin 3
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: East Wall area
extending down to New Wapping Street
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE 10-21
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?:
Recreation through open drop-in clubs for 3 different age ranges (10-12, 13-15,
16+)
Sports programmes, Arts programmes, Youth library with free borrowing service,
Personal development programmes, Drug and Alcohol education programmes,
Peer education programmes,
Educational grinds programmes for Junior Cert and Leaving Cert students,
Crafts programmes e.g sewing, Discos,
Special events e.g. Festivals at Halloween etc.,
Vocational supports such as CV preparation, interview techniques etc,
Annual Summer Project packed with activities for families and young people all
through July.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?:
Our services are advertised locally and passed on through word of mouth
We are part of the northeast inner city network of youth projects
We work closely with our local primary school
We liaise with the nearby secondary schools
We liaise with relevant statutary bodies
We liaise with our local community groups
We are currently developing our website
CONTACT NAME(S): Eileen Vaughan & Willie Dwyer (youth workers)
PHONE NUMBER(S): 01 8860074
EMAIL: info@eastwallyouth.ie

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NAME OF SERVICE: Football Association Of Ireland (FAI)
ADDRESS: Ballybough Community, Youth and Sports Centre, Ballybough Rd, Dublin 3
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: North East Inner City
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE
Mainly 10-21 year old
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?:
Football in the community ,in conjunction with Dublin City Council Sports
Officers, including drop ins (coaching sessions), blitzes, street leagues, coaching
courses, dealing with Community Groups, Youth Groups, Clubs, Schools, DCC
and FAI programmes.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?:
Mainly through the above, community groups, clubs, youth groups, schools.
CONTACT NAME(S): Christy Lougheed (NEIC Area)
PHONE NUMBER(S): 086-0489874
EMAIL: Christy.lougheed@fai.ie

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NAME OF SERVICE: Lourdes Youth & Community Services (LYCS)
Address: Lr Sean McDermott St, Dublin 1
Geographical area covered: North east inner city Dublin 1 & 3
Age groups covered: 1 year to 80+ years
What are the specific services that we provide?
To address the diverse needs of the local community LYCS operates four
programmes:
Community Training Centre (CTC) 40 Early School Leavers have the opportunity
to gain certified training in FETAC Foundation & Levels 3, 4 & 5 and undertake
the Junior Cert in a range of modules including: computers, childcare, woodwork,
personal development, English, Maths, Health & Fitness, Customer Services,
Pottery. One-to-one support to access further training, education, work
placement and employment including accessing external training e.g. Safe Pass.
Youth Programme
LYCS Youth Programme offers afternoon, evenings and weekend programmes
for over 80 young people aged 10-21 plus regular trips outside of Dublin.
Services include: Drop-in, adventure sports, arts & crafts, swimming, cooking,
educational programmes - sexual health. Water safety leading to Life Guard
qualification, drug & alcohol awareness training, work experience in youth work,
special activities include: boxing, summer programme, certified training in:
canoeing, FAI coaching course, First Aid, ECDL Computer license, water safety.
Games on premises include: pool, darts, table tennis, IT & Board games. Other
services include: one-to-one support on filling in application forms for courses in
college, leadership training, advocate on behalf of young people, building
confidence and self esteem of local young people
Crèche
LYCS First Steps provides 33 places for children from 1-5 years each day in our
full-time and sessional crèche. We also provide an after schools service for 10+
children aged 5-10 years. Many of the parents of the children who use the
crèche are drawn from all four programmes within LYCS and live locally
Adult Education Programme
Provides informal training and education for over 100 women and men each
week, all of whom have little or no history of formal education. LYCS facilitates
the promotion of development education within the community
development/education sector in Ireland and in Dublin’s North Inner City.
Including: English as a Second Language, English, Maths, Drama, computers,
Healthy Eating, Cookery
Community Employment Scheme
LYCS operates a CE Scheme with 27 participants some of whom are based in
LYCS while others are based in community projects throughout the north inner
city.
Contact: Sarah Kelleher
01 8363416
sarah.kelleher@lycs.ie

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Name of Service: Neighbourhood Youth Project 1
School on Stilts, Rutland St. Dublin 1
Postal address:
Neighbourhood Youth Project 1,
c/o 22 Mountjoy Sq.,
Dublin 1.
Geographical Area Covered By N.Y.P.1.
The area boundaries are, from Dorset St. to O,Connell St.,to Sherriff St. to
Ballybough.
Age groups who attend the N.Y.P.1.
5-13 YRS., and their parents, guardians and families.
Services that N.Y.P.1 provide are as follows,
• After School Group Work,
• morning and afternoon individual work,
• summer residentials, summer project for project members,
• individual art therapy,
• family respite,
• parents group, parents cooking,
• swiming group for all children and their families,
• evening drop in,
• health education ,
• family day trips, trips abroad,and general family support work.
• The project would be involved in interagency and community work.
How do children/families access our service,or how are they referred to us?
Referrals to the N.Y.P.1 can be made through a variety of ways. Parents
schools, local projects community groups social workers family support services
and anybody who contacts the project. Self referrals are also common from
children and we assist them in the process.
Contact Names.
Referrals to Paul Madden.
Other staff are as follows, Yvonne Pieper, Larry Whelan, Anna McCourt, Paula
Mills,(Health Education Worker) and John Lahert.
Phone Numbers.
01-8363822
01-8365475
Fax 01-8561077
Mobile 086/3891494
Mobile 086/8105307 John Lahert.
E-MAIL
nyp1@hse.ie
john.lahert@hse.ie

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NAME OF SERVICE: Neighbourhood Youth Project 2 (NYP2)
ADDRESS: Bridgewater Hall, Summerhill, Dublin 1
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: North Inner City
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE 12 - 18
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?
• Individual casework with young people and their families
• Group work
• Daily supervised sports and recreational activities, guitar and cooking
classes
• Individual tutorials and homework support
• International youth exchange programmes
• Daily drop-in with all day food
• Break-dancing and hip-hop sessions,etc.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?:
Young people are referred to NYP 2 by the Health Services Executive, NYP 1
and social workers, local schools, probation and welfare, other projects and
directly by young people themselves and / or their families. When a referral is
made and accepted a meeting is arranged with the young person involved, the
parents or guardians, the referral agency and NYP 2 staff. Involvement in the
NYP2 is voluntary.
CONTACT NAME(S): Fergus McCabe
PHONE NUMBER(S): Tel:01 - 8561316, Fax 01 - 8561322 mobile 087-6500253
EMAIL: nyp2@hse.ie

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NAME OF SERVICE: Ozanam House Children Centre
ADDRESS: 53 Mountjoy Sq West Dublin 1.
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: Dublin north central
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: 2yrs – 8yrs
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE: Play Group/Pre
School & After School
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?
We provide child care to children whose parents are engaged in training or
working and earning a low income. Families can also be referred to our service
from other local agencies within the area.
CONTACT NAME: Claire Devery, Children Centre Manager
Phone: 01 8742802
email: ozanamkids@iol.ie

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NAME OF SERVICE: Stoneybatter Youth Service
ADDRESS: 89 O'Devaney Gardens, Dublin 7.
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE:
O’Devaney Gardens / Drumalee / Marmion Court / McKee Park
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE;
10 – 21 year olds.
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?:
Stoneybatter YS works with young people who are at risk of/who are socially excluded.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?:
CONTACT NAME(S): Tara Lee Brennan
Phone: 01 8386225 086 8197160
E-mail: stoneybatterys@cdysb.ie

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NAME OF SERVICE: SWAN Youth Service
ADDRESS: St. Agatha’s Hall, Dunne St., Dublin 1.
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: North Strand/ St.
Agatha’s Parish and Northwall areas
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE: Aged 10-21 year olds
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?:
• After schools activities
• Small group work (both project based work and programs based on the
young people’s ideas)
• Drop-in services,
• Health and fitness programs, mental health programs, sexual health
• Community/ society/human rights/critical thinking programs,
• Film making, djing,
• One to one/individual/ mentoring work and advocacy work,
• Referral to other community/statutory agencies, and others.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?:Self
referrals, referrals through street work, referrals from other agencies and specific
targeting of identified young people in the community.
CONTACT NAME(S):
Mairead Mahon
Ciara Cunningham
PHONE NUMBER(S): (01)8560945
EMAIL: mairead@swanyouthservice.org
ciara@swanyouthservice.org

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NAME OF SERVICE: Wexford Centre Project Limited.
ADDRESS: Office Address: 57 Amiens Street, Dublin 1.
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE:
Priority Given to groups working with marginalised and disadvantaged children,
young people and families in Dublin 1,3,7 and 9
Garda Diversion Projects Nationally. I.Y.J.S Young Persons Projects.
Groups targeting marginalised and disadvantaged groups Nationally. Off Peak
Season.
AGE GROUP(S) COVERED BY YOUR SERVICE
On our records youngest 3months – most senior 79 years.
However, predominantly 15 – 19 and 10-14’s
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDE?
To provide access to facilities in Co. Wexford that are professionally run and
affordable to groups working with disadvantaged youths, families and children in
order to enable them to provide Social, Recreational, Education & Training
Programmes of a residential nature which are an integral part of their overall
service.
HOW DO YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES ACCESS YOUR SERVICE OR
HOW ARE YOUNG PEOPLE/FAMILIES REFERRED TO YOUR SERVICE?
Through their membership/ participation with various, Youth Clubs, Youth
Projects, Youth Services, Families Resource Projects, etc.
CONTACT NAME(S): Pauline Kane, Leanne Hyland, David Grimes
PHONE NUMBER(S): 01 8881075/ 087 7568052.
EMAIL: wexfordcentre@eircom.net

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