Galway CYPSC and Galway Healthy City are leading a new campaign aimed at creating smoke free environments for children and young people in Galway City and County.
A social media campaign created in collaboration with young people from Sligo, Leitrim and South Dublin and in a partnership between Foróige and Children and Young People's Services Committees.
Seven organisations who work together in North West Connemara were delighted to receive an Investing in Children Award recently for their work with young people in the area.
A new website for Dun Laoghaire Rathdown that lets young people search for services based on how they are feeling, where their ‘headspace is at’ and what kind of service contact they want.
Six hundred Mental Wellbeing Care Packages were delivered to young people across Louth to raise awareness of the importance of mental well-being in these difficult times
The reasons for school refusal are multi-faceted and complex. On any given day in Ireland 6% of the total school going population, 60,000 children and young people, miss school.
Wexford services gathered recently to learn about each other's services and receive their copies of a new sign-posting tool to support families that need to access Child and Youth Mental Health Services.
Staff from Gaisce The President's Award and CYPSC staff participated in a joint workshop to explore the creation of a system to increase and strengthen CYPSC youth participation.
When schools have knowledge, confidence and skills to accommodate different gender identities in the classroom, young people achieve better outcomes.
Tipperary Children and Young People's Plan (CYPP) is the culmination of consultations with children, young people, parents and front-line staff in children and young people's services.
A Progressive Pathways Fair for youth with intellectual disabilities has taken place in Tralee, County Kerry.
Cavan Rainbow Youth were awarded the 2018 Excellence in Local Government Award for the Health and Well-being Category.
Donegal CYPSC launched it's Children & Young People’s Plan 2018-2020 with a Learning Seminar entitled, ‘Re-imagining Disability; from Accepting Diversity to True Inclusion’.
Learn about the many examples of good participation practice happening in services for children and young people in Ireland.
A key finding from a Mental Health Needs Assessment, carried out by the National Youth Health Programme, was the need to support organisations, practitioners and young people access appropriate mental health services.