HeadsUp in Dublin South City has been delivered since 2018 by Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partnership in collaboration with Dublin South City Partnership. Programmes are run across Dublin 8, 10 and 12 in areas such as Ballyfermot, Crumlin, Rialto, Inchicore, Walkinstown and Bluebell.
Dublin South City Partnership is a local development company which addresses issues of disadvantage, unemployment and social exclusion in Dublin South City.
The Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partnership aims to support the community to reach its full potential, to encourage participation, and to target its resources at those most in need in our community.
At local level, the HeadsUp programme is overseen by an Inter Agency Group comprised of representatives of Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partnership, Dublin South City Partnership, the Dublin Sports Partnership, the Ballyfermot Local Drug and Alcohol Task Force, HSE, Dublin City Council and a range of other local community and voluntary organisations.
For information on upcoming programmes and events in Dublin 8, 10 & 12 contact our programme coordinator Tom Conroy, 087 383 7386 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The below section details all of our events we've run to date. You can follow our social pages for more information on these fun events.
Six week new mini- programme in St Andrew`s Centre on Sth Circular Rd
Ballyfermot Tuesday 26th October @ 2 pm in Ballyfermot Sports Complex (BLCO) Gurteen Rd.
Meet and Greet past participants and new men at Ballyfermot Sports Comples
HEADSUP South Dublin
South Dublin County Partnership.
4th Floor, County Hall, Belgard Square North,
HEADSUP Dublin 8-10-12Ballyfermot/Chapelizod Partnership,
4 Drumfinn Park,
If you, or someone you know is in crisis and needs support, please call or access the following link for helplines:
Mental health supports and helplines during Covid19
Due to Covid19 safety measures we have adapted our way of supporting to keep people safe and well. As such, we are presently delivering the Heads Up programme via Zoom and are offering psychosocial support over the phone when required. We look forward to meeting up again in person as soon as it is safe to do so until then please contact us for further information about upcoming programmes online.
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