Projects

Headlamps Schools Support Project

The Headlamps Project was set up at the end of 2001, and is a school based youth initiative that aims to support primary school.  The project is based on the concept of providing a positive learning environment for children with social, emotional or behavioural needs.  The ethos offered to the children helps develop self-confidence and …

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Little Bray Youth Project

The Little Bray Youth Project was set up at the end of 2001, and is a community based youth project under the management of the Little Bray Family Resource Centre. It was established to enable those experiencing poverty and social exclusion to bring about socio-economic change. The project strives to provide quality of access to …

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Ballywaltrim Young Women’s project

The Ballywaltrim Young Women’s Project was set up at the end of 2001, and is a community based youth project in the Ballywaltrim area, under the management of the Little Bray Family Resource Centre, which was established to enable those experiencing poverty and social exclusion to bring about socio-economic change. The project strives to provide …

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Bray Youth Service Education workers

Tel: 01-2050502 email: info@bys.ie To provide a variety of drugs education and prevention responses to the local needs of young people within the town, with the objective of preventing and / or reducing substance use among young people.  In addition to reduce the harm caused to those young people and their communities. To provide appropriate …

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Bray Community Addiction Team

  Bray Community Addiction Team, 37 Beechwood Close Boghall  Road, Bray (01) 2764692; 4B Dublin Road, Bray (01 2745630); www.bcat.ie Contact Person: Vivienne O’Brien Bray Community Addiction Team (BCAT) is a Bray LDTF funded project which offers services to people with drug and/or alcohol problems and their families.  BCAT also provides services to people who …

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Bray Travellers CDG Daish

Tel: 2762075 email: btcdgadmin@eircom.net The Daish Programme aims to  work with Travellers affected by addictions and to link them into relevant services  to address their addiction. The Outreach work aims  to link drug users into the relevant services. Continue to work with the Health Service Executive in the provision of services for substance mis -users. Continue …

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Living Life

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Bray Area Partnership Integration Support Service

The Bray Area Partnership Integration Support Project (ISP) supports the aftercare needs of people with addiction issues and can provide you with free and confidential one-to-one support if you are: Finished residential treatment Finished detox or stabilised Released from prison and drug / alcohol free Working or in training / education No longer in need …

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