Young Peoples Facilities and Services Fund

Youth Officer
Ms Ruth Griffin
Cork Education & Training Board,
21 Lavitt’s Quay,
Cork
Tel: 021-4856345
Email: ruth.griffin@corketb.ie

 

No new applications for funding under the scheme are currently being accepted – This Scheme is administered by the Education & Training Boards on behalf of the Youth Affairs Section of the Department for Children and Youth Affairs.

The Young Peoples Facilities and Services Fund was established in 1998 as part of the Government’s overall strategy to tackle drug misuse. The Fund aims to assist in the development of youth facilities, including sport and recreational facilities and services in disadvantaged areas where a significant drug problem exists or has the potential to develop. The objective of the Fund is to attract “at risk” young people in disadvantaged areas into these facilities and activities and divert them away from the dangers of substance abuse. The target groups for the Fund are 10-21 year olds who are marginalized through a combination of risk factors relating to family background, environmental circumstances, educational disadvantage, involvement in crime and/or drugs, or other factors. The main focus of the Fund to date has been in Local Drugs Task Force areas.

Current YPSF Funded Projects

Project Website
Sports Officer www.corkcity.ie
B.A.Y Togher www.foroige.ie
Bishopstown Outreach www.foroige.ie
Glen Young Adults www.foroige.ie
Rock Steps Blarney St. www.foroige.ie
St.Josephs Mayfield www.foroige.ie
Togher Link Up www.foroige.ie
Knocknaheeney Linkpoint www.foroige.ie
St.Josephs Mayfield www.foroige.ie
ChurchfieldTrust www.churchfieldcommunitytrust.com
Helpline Alliance www.sexualhealthcentre.com
Matt Talbot www.mtas.ie
Meitheal Mara www.meithealmara.ie
Simon www.corksimon.ie
Togher Family Centre www.togherfamilycentre.ie
Wellsprings
Good Shepherd www.goodshepherdservices.ie
U4EA www.ywicork.com

 

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