Youth and Family Supports

Our strategy is one of prevention; we support young people in a number of different ways through group work and one to one supports providing social, sporting, recreational, educational and developmental opportunities.

For further information contact Sandra King sandra.king@sspship.ie 086 2192172 or Natalie Donegan natalie.donegan@sspship.ie on 01-2722613

Grinds Programme

This programme offers junior and leaving certificate students from targeted areas and DEIS schools in DLR.  Contact Sandra King sandra.king@sspship.ie

Cool Dudes Healthy Food Made Easy 

Cool Dudes is a 5-week course which introduces primary school children to nutritional theory and also has a practical cookery element to it too.  To arrange a course please contact Anne Kavanagh on 01 706 0100 anne.kavanagh@sspship.ie

Youth Drop in

Space in Hollyhouse: For further information contact Sandra King sandra.king@sspship.ie   or Natalie Donegan on natalie.donegan@sspship.ie

Supports to students with learning difficulties 

The project seeks to encourage 2nd level students with a disability -in the form of a Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLDs : dyslexia or dyscalculia) – from local disadvantaged communities and DEIS schools to participate in after-school, IADT-based educational programmes. Contact Sandra Campbell 01- 7060100 or sandra.campbell@sspship.ie

Easter and Summer Projects

Each year our local community centres organise Easter and Summer Camps for children and young people living in the local areas.  Through the year staff also organise Art & Crafts workshops, music workshops, science workshops and football tournaments.  

Contact us to discover more about Southside Partnership youth and family support service.

Sandra King sandra.king@sspship.ie 086 2192172
or Natalie Donegan natalie.donegan@sspship.ie on 01-2722613