Community Social Work, Welfare and Justice Centre
We are a community interest body in Ireland responsible for the provision of interdisciplinary social services to the public. Our services are provided free of charge, on open access and assertive outreach basis. We are fully supported by our volunteers and we operate as a not-for-profit voluntary organisation. The Centres provides a range of opportunities for people in need without adequate care and support. Our main role is to help the service users with any psychological, emotional, social or practical difficulties.
Our mission statement is to offer community a professional interdisciplinary service within the context of social policy. This new and unique service is underpinned by the three professional disciplines and provides a range of opportunities for people in need. This service encourages the service users to engage with community to achieve greater potential and well-being in society.
- advice, information, advocacy & mediation
- crisis response & early intervention
- case management & key working
- assessment, referral & care planning
T: 085 710 7580
Members of public are advised to contact us by phone or email, if they wish to avail of our services. Also, members of public could visit us in our clinics. We may visit person at own home or in the community.
Please note: as newly established organisation, we do not have permanent office address, but the Centre operates in Fingal County Council Area (local libraries and community centres).