st fergals young women's project

St Fergal's Young Women's Project

St Fergal's Young Women's Project is the community based project for the Ballywaltrim area 

St Fergal’s Young Women’s Project is a community based youth project working in the Ballywaltrim area funded through Bray Local Drugs and Alcohol Task Force, under the Prevention and Education Pillar, to work with young women and their families to address issues of substance misuse, exclusion, disadvantage and
Early School Leaving We work through an interagency approach to ensure the work of the project is progressed.
The operating principles of St Fergal’s Young Women’s Programme are guided by our belief in the rights of young people and their ability to participate in programmes and services in a voluntary capacity and to be involved in the decision making processes that have a direct impact on their lives, our programmes and
services are continually evolving as new and emerging needs and issues are identified, we provide the following services for young women and their families
Drop in Drug and Alcohol Programmes which are age appropriate
Formal and Informal opportunities for education and training
Rebels Youth Group
Groups for young people aged 7
25 to include age appropriate life skills
(01) 276 0376

Chanel of funding
Area of National Drug Strategy

bray local drug & alcohol task force annual report