Sligo SPRINGBOARD Resource House Project

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Address:
2, Racecourse View, Cranmore, Sligo, Ireland
General Details
Contact position: Project Manager
Service / Organisation: Sligo SPRINGBOARD Resource House Project
071 9147040 / 9147990
Description:

Overview:   The Resource House Project is a community-based family support Project operating since 1996.   Some programmes and services available here and accessible to all are Preventative and aimed to meet Level One on the Hardiker Scale of Need.  Children and families identified as requiring focused intervention to meet assessed and complex needs (Hardiker 2+3+4) are allocated, following referral, to Project Workers, Programme Support Worker and Manager. In collaboration with referral agent/individual, and in partnership with the family/individual, a Family Support Plan is put in place to address agreed issues vital to positive outcomes.   Family/Individual Support Plans are reviewed regularly, adjusted to incorporate changed circumstances and monitored.  As part of their support plans (including one-to-one and family Support) children targeted for individual supports attend age-appropriate programmes- daily crèches, holiday programmes, out-of-hours activities and afterschool. They are provided with additional “key-worker” attention from professional staff.   

The Resource House Project offers professional Family Support Programmes and Services at all levels of Hardiker Scale:

  • Individual Support for Children
  • Individual Support for Adult + Parents
  • Individual Family Programme
  • Crèche
  • Afterschool
  • Family Group Programme including out-of-school (holiday) Support
  • Universal Initiatives
Service Areas
Service Areas:
  • Sligo town and environs
Certain elements/programmes of the service are available to families outside the main catchment area (Sligo town and Environs)
Where service is provided
Where service is provided:
  • Service provided at above address
  • Service provided in person's own home
Cost of service to user
Cost of service to user:
  • Free
  • Charge applies for some services / some services free
Individual Family Programmes, Family Support and Individual supports for children and parents/adults are funded through TUSLA with no charge to service-users**We are in
How to access the service
How to access the service (referral pathways) :
  • 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
Parental permission needed
All children attending services here do so with permission from parents. Parents who may be under 18 years of age do not require parental permission
Supports Offered
Other (please specify): Community-based Family Support, offering supports at levels 1-4 Hardiker
Age-range catered for
Age-range catered for:
  • Pre-birth
  • Early years (0-4 years)
  • Primary school age (4-12 years approx.)
  • Post-primary school age (13-18 years approx.)
  • Young adults (18-24 years)
  • Adults (25-64 years)
  • Adults (65+ years)
Cradle to grave
 
 

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