Holly House Community Resource Centre
Holly House provide a range of supports to young people including:
- One to one support for young people aged 15 to 24yrs who are not in employment, training or education, we support young people with their own personal journey in identifying next steps, referral pathways and access to social, recreational, health and wellbeing, education, training and employment opportunities.
- Personal development groups for young people aged 12 to 16yrs, we support young people at risk and offer a range of age-appropriate personal development programmes and social/sporting activities.
- Grinds support in English, Irish and Maths for students in the Junior and Senior cycle, one to one support offered where needed.
hours: Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm
with: Career choices Making friends Mental Health Moving to new education stage Paying for education Reading and writing Studying
We work with
young people who are in/have: College or Further Education In work and looking learning opportunities Junior Cycle Leaving Cert Left education after secondary school Left School Early Not in education, employment or training Transition Year
How we support Young People
We like to have the complete picture so we like to have a chat over the phone, or better yet, drop in for a cup of tea! We will then see what the best direction to take might be for you.
This could be looking at different education options and pathways, accessing a range of training options to help you gain employment such as Safe Pass course, updating a CV, placing you with a Jobs Club in the Local Employment Service or supporting you in accessing a range of external services such as housing, counselling and health and wellbeing.
How you can connect with us
Where to next?
Young people are able to move on full time employment. Example: 17 year old completed his Safe Pass course and was able to apply for jobs, and is now working 5 days a week with a cable company.