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Solas Family Resource Centre

Solas Family Resource Centre

Who We Are

Solas Family Resource Centre develops community-based supports and services for individuals, families and groups in an open, friendly, caring and confidential atmosphere.

What We Do

The work of Solas Family Resource Centre is informed by a community development approach that proactively encourages and supports participation for all. Voluntary participation is central to a healthy community. We actively encourage volunteerism and community ownership in all the projects we are involved in. We regularly reflect on the impact of professional interventions and seek to ensure meaningful community engagement.

How We Do It

Meals on Wheels Programme, Lone Parents Support Group, Parenting Courses, Rainbows Programme, Community Supports for Older People, Back to Work Programmes, Information Days for the Unemployed, Men’s Shed, Rural Transport Programme, Highlighting social issues such as Domestic Violence, Mental Health, LGBT Community. Acting as an information and referral service to frontline services such as Women’s Aid, Cope, HSE, VEC, Jigsaw, Mental Health Ireland, and National Learning Network. Outreach service for MABS, Citizens Advice and Galway Rural Development Employment Service and providing a Counselling Service. We also organise Health Days for Men and Women

Who We Serve

Lone Parents, Unemployed, Children and Families, Elderly, Migrants, People with Disabilities, Members of the Travelling Community, Members of the LGBT community and any person who finds themselves in need.

Quick Reference

Name:
Solas Family Resource Centre
Address:
Solas, Main Street,
Headford,
Co. Galway
093-36446
Is a Referral Required? No

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Monday
09:30
17:00
Tuesday
09:30
17:00
Wednesday
09:30
Thursday
09:30
17:00
Friday
09:30
17:00
Saturday
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