Current Programmes in Tubbercurry FRC
‘Want 2 Walk’ Walking Group
Join us for our weekly walking group. Great fun and loads of fresh air! Wednesday mornings meeting at various locations in South Sligo.
For more information re walks contact Cathy 0719186926
Parents Plus Children’s Programme
This is an evidence based parenting course on promoting confidence, learning and positive behaviour in children, aged 6 to 11.
The course aims to help parents not only solve discipline and other childhood problems, but also to develop closer and more satisfying relationships with their children.
A counselling service is available for adults who are experiencing relationship difficulties or those who have been bereaved.
This service is confidential and provided by our trained psychotherapist. Minimal charge applies.
For more information or to set up an appointment please contact us.
Play Therapy Service
Play therapy is an effective form of therapy for children and young people with a range of emotional and behavioural difficulties. Children and young people, aged 3 – 14 can be referred to this service through various organisations and health professionals or by parents themselves. Minimal charge may apply.
For more information please contact staff for a referral form.
The FEAD programme is an EU-wide initiative to help support people take their first steps out of poverty and social exclusion. 85% of the funding comes from the EU with the balance of funding coming from the Irish Exchequer. The Department of Social Protection is the Managing Authority for FEAD in Ireland.
Tubbercurry FRC benefits from food assistance. The FEAD programme provides non-perishable food to families and individuals in need. The focus of this program will be on those on the margins of society in need of essential food support. If you feel you are in need of support through the provision of food parcels, please contact the project administrator for more details.
Parent & Toddler Group
Thursday Ladies Crafting Group
For more information on any of the above contact the FRC on 0719186926 or visit our facebook page.