Family Support Service - Sligo FRC provides home based family support to families in the Hardiker level 1-3 throughout Sligo and Leitrim.
Drop-in Sessional Creche to children aged 0-6 years - this service is open from 9.30 - 4.00pm 49 weeks of the year. Bookings can be taken at short notice.
Disability Support Service - this is a targeted service with referrals from the HSE social work for adults with learning disabilities department. This Service provides one-to-one support to adults with learning disabilities, support to adults with learning disabilities and mental health issues through the Markievicz House Countess Cafe training experience and the Thursday Lunch-time club.
Racist Incident Reporting and Support Service - a universal service which records racist incidents and support those affected by them.
Sligo Intercultural Forum - We support this group to form a voice for the ethnic and cultural minority community living in Sligo.
Work with Diversity Sligo - this is a targeted service in which we support families in Globe House direct provision centre.
Other supports to families include: adoptive parents support group, birth parents support group, support to parents of children with dyslexia, Afterschool Progamme for children with dyslexia, Parent and Toddler groups in the Family Resource Centre and Caltragh Community Centre - Family Fun events - including Family Fun Days, Pancake Tuesday, Summer Picnic etc.
Access Visits - We provide space for access visits to take place between children and their parents/grandparents.
- Sligo town and environs
- Sligo - north
- Sligo - south, east and west
- Leitrim - Carrick-on-Shannon and environs
- Leitrim - south
- Leitrim - north
- Service provided at above address
- Service provided at various locations throughout the area covered
- Service provided in person's own home
- Charges depend on income / circumstances of service user
- Charge applies for some services / some services free
- People can self-refer / access the service directly (without the need for a referral)
- Parents / guardians can refer
- Through GP
- Through schools
- Through Tusla Child and Family Social Workers
- Through other Tusla services (e.g. Education Welfare Service)
- Through HSE services
- Through other statutory services
- Through other community / voluntary service
- Early years (0-4 years)
- Adults (25-64 years)