Family Support

The building block of every community is family—Paul Singer.

Family Support

Family Support helps children and families to make positive changes with things they are finding difficult. It does this by using strengths- based, evidence based programs and approaches . Families are supported on an individual basis, group or other, based upon the specific needs of the family.

Contact our Family Support Worker Louise.

Phone: 062-80831 

Mobile: 085 1247282

or check out Three Drives Family Resource Centre on Facebook.

Breast Feeding Support

For mums who are breastfeeding, who have new babies or anyone thinking about breastfeeding. This group meets once a week and offers peer support on all topics related to breastfeeding support and practices.

Babies and young toddlers will have the opportunity to connect with each other through play.

Contact Anna for further details

062-80831  or check out Three Drives Family Resource Centre on facebook

Parent & Toddler Group.

Mother &Baby Group.

Meet every week at our Centre. All are welcome. Further details about times and duration of groups are subject to change. More information about the groups can be provided by contacting the numbers below.

Contact Anna on 062-80831

Contact Louise on 085 1247282




check us out at Three Drives Family Resource Centre on Facebook for more info.

Community Education

Community Education provides flexible learning options in communities. This is based on the individual and local needs of the community. Community Education Services organize programs within the local ETB or with the help of local groups.  Contact the Centre for more information about training courses and programs as there are lots of training and workshop opportunities running throughout the year.

Community Education helps people to connect with others in their local communities and provides families with opportunities to learn, share and grow together.

Contact Anna on 062-80831


check us out on facebook for more information about upcoming training and workshops.

Non Violent Resistance (NVR) programme

For parents whose children are physically abusive or threatening. This is dealt with professionally by trained staff and also in collaboration with other professional organizations. Available in a group setting or one-to-one. 

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