The Young Parents Support Programme (YPSP) is a community-based support service for young parents. YPSP work with young people who become parents when they are aged 24 years or under and can support them until up to and including their child's first 1000 days.

Tusla is responsible for child protection/welfare in Ireland. It provides family support and assessment, psychological services, and more.

Treoir provides a free, confidential, specialist information service for parents not married to each other, living together or apart and their extended families.

Our focus is on practical approach to dealing with poverty, alleviating its effects on individuals and families through working primarily in person-to-person contact by a unique system of family visitation and seeking to achieve social justice and equality of opportunity for all citizens.

Parentline provides a helpline that offers support and advice relating to all aspects of parenting.

One Family provides support services nationally to people parenting alone, people co-parenting or people with children who are separating.

With core funding provided by TUSLA it is one of 108 family resource centres which form a national community development and family support programme throughout Ireland.

Free family mediation service assists couples who are separating or who have separated to reach agreement on all matters relating to their separation.

The Family Resource Centre National Forum provides a support network working with Family Resource Centres (FRCs) throughout Ireland. There are now over 100 FRC's all over Ireland.

Doras Buí provides resources and support to one-parent families in Coolock and the surrounding areas.

DOC provide a range of therapeutic supportive services to children and families based in the greater Dublin region.

Cuidiu provides support and information, such as for parents at all stage of parenthood ranging from pregnancy to adulthood.

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