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Voluntary Organisation

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

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Local Employment Service

The Local Employment Service, called Eastside Docklands, provides guidance and access to training education and employment opportunities.

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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.



An annual programme of local events in Google for our community, from local kids talent shows to events for Senior Citizens.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Arts group (Visual, performance)

This group engages young people (13 years+) through the medium of visual and performance arts.  It is a youth led programme where young people can explore topics and issues that affect them in their lives. The programme encourages young people to gain new skills.


Friday for Good

Empowering charities and nonprofits through digital skills. A monthly, free-to-attend workshop series that is open to teams from nonprofits and charities. Our experts will be on hand to introduce you to the digital tools available through Facebook, offer creative inspiration and consult with you, one-to-one, about your non-profit’s specific aims and challenges.

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Youth 21

This group is for young people aged 10 – 12 years. The aim of the group is to encourage young people to work collectively on various topics through fun and challenging activities.  The main focus of the group is personal and social development while building on active citizenship and confidence as well as the character building of its members.


Voluntary Tuition Programme

The Voluntary Tuition Programme (‘The Homework Club’) is run by St Andrew’s Resource Centre and Trinity students, with students providing one-to-one support for local pupils from fourth class in primary school to Leaving Certificate level.

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This is a club for 8 – 10 year olds, who are supported by junior leaders. The young people engage in a variety of activities from casual nights, games, creative work, computers and weekend residential trips.

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The Respect programme does what is says on the tin, encouraging young people (12-13 years) through various programmes to develop respect for themselves and others and how to tackle issues of bullying.


Free Legal Advice Centre

Volunteers from corporates including McCann FitzGerald give private consultations to members of the community through the FLAC centre on O'Connell Street.


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?