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Trinity College Dublin

Stop Smoking Courses

Support to stop smoking is available in Trinity.  Free courses are run in January, May and September. All welcome. 

St Andrew's Resource Centre

Child and Adult Counselling

Therapeutic interventions are available in St Andrews Resource Centre. This included Adult Psychotherapy, CBT and Holistic therapies. Art Psychotherapy for Childre and Play Therapy.

Sea Scouts, Ringsend

Ringsend Sea Scouts

Volunteer-led fun, friendship and challenge afloat for young people aged 6-18 in the Docklands area. It is volunteer-led and we have opportunities for adults to give back to the community through facilitating youth activities. We also offer camping, hiking and other outdoor adventures, with the objective of building resilience and offering offering opportunities for structured personal development

Trinity College Dublin

Trinity Access – Foundation Course

The Foundation Course is a full-time course that prepares students, both personally and academically, to go on to study at degree level.The course offer an academic and personal preparation for school leavers from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds. On successful completion of the Course students receive a Level 6 Certificate in Foundation Studies for Higher Education from Trinity.

Trinity College Dublin

Trinity Access – Liberties College

Trinity Access partners with Liberties College of Further Education, to deliver a one-year, full-time, QQI-accredited university access course for school leavers. Students attend classes in Liberties College. The Partnership aims to widen access to degree courses and to maximise the numbers of socio-economically disadvantaged students progressing to Trinity College Dublin.

National College of Ireland

Tuition support

NCI offers after-school tuition support programmes in Maths and Irish for students sitting their Junior and Leaving Certificate exams.The programmes are run between the NCI campus and local community centres and are facilitated by experienced tutors and/or NCI student volunteers.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

Family Support

Parenting is one of the most challenging roles experienced, it is an amazing rollercoaster journey but one that can have many bumps. One to one and group supports to parents who need a listening ear and some tools to navigate this rollercoaster are available by appointment.


Computer science skills

Partnership with Camara Ireland to roll out CS Skills across schools in Ireland; also supporting youth clubs with informal education via Tech Stops to teach digitial skills.


Event and exhibition space

Creative classes and workshops, as well as exhibition space linking in with annual festivals e.g. Science Week, Chinese New Year, Pride, Halloween etc.

Trinity College Dublin

Social Walk/Jog/Run

This social walk/jog/run group for Trinity students, staff, alumni and friends will get you done and dusted in 30 minutes.  Here’s how: 1.05-1.10: Warm up as a group; 1.10-1.30: Join one of three groups (Walkers; Joggers: Runners) for 20 minutes of exercise to circle Trinity's Fitness Trail.  1.30-1.35: Cool down as a group.

National College of Ireland

Educational Guidance Programmes

ELI’s Educational Guidance Programmes explores young people’s career aspirations and opportunities;  and help awareness among students (and their parents) of the importance of third level education in the pursuit of certain careers.  Volunteers from local companies such as McCann FitzGerald, Dublin Port and Facebook are inspiring role models and supportive adults.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

Outreach/ Drop-in

The youth team work on different nights of the week in the community, to offer an outreach service for young people (13+ years) who are not already in groups and who may need various types of supports, providing a safe, supervised ‘unstructured space’ to socialise.

National College of Ireland

Brighter Futures Restorative Practice Programme

The North East Inner City Brighter Futures Restorative Practice Programme supports young people to develop their emotional literacy; improve their communication skills; and build mutually respectful relationships with young and old alike. 

St Andrew's Resource Centre

The Elite

The Elite develop projects in the community thus providing a social, recreational and educational outlet aimed at meeting the needs of 10-12 year olds.

St Andrew's Resource Centre

Intercultural group

The Intercultural group’s aim is to address the issues of isolation, exclusion, discrimination and insecurity experienced by unaccompanied minors and refugees (aged 14-17 years) in the community. Activities target personal and social development, provide fun and a safe space to be together.


This is a living resource and we are missing valuable providers and programmes in the area. Tell us what you are doing in the community and we will include you. Or just tell us what you think about this website, is it useful, how can we improve it?