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Rahoon Family Centre

Rahoon Family Centre

Who We Are

We are a family resource centre and we have been supporting young people and their families for over 20 years. Our main focus are preschool to secondary school age youth. We provide a safe, nurturing, educational, and creative environment. No matter what activity you choose in our centre, our professionally trained staff and volunteers help your children and youth to plant themselves, take root and flourish.

What We Do

We organize clubs and activities that help the children and youth in our local community to grow as a person and to have a good life. We run a number of programmes in the centre five days each week working with young people from 5 years to 18 years. We focus on individual needs of every child to encourage and support them. We work in partnership with parents, home school liaisons and many other agencies.

How We Do It

Homework Club
– school support, educational games, computer tutorials, science experiments
Youth Project
– sport, meditation, art & craft, leaving cert grinds, yoga, fitness, drama, cooking, camps, day trips, youth exchanges
Activity Group
– art & craft, sport, drama and cooking projects, social skills, confidence development
– all activities are free of charge
– healthy refreshment is provided
– junior, middle and senior groups

Quick Reference

Name:
Rahoon Family Centre
Address:
44 Droim Chaoin,
Bishop O’Donnell Rd.,
Galway
091-528362
Is a Referral Required? No

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Tuesday
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Wednesday
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Thursday
09:00
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Friday
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Saturday
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