‘Family, Community & You’
Hillview Resource Centre will be working in partnership with the National FRC Mental Health Promotion Project and the Health Services Executive on a number of training, awareness and development initiatives in Ballinteer in line with ‘Connecting for Life’, Ireland National Strategy to Reduce Suicide (2015-2020). Hillview will adopt the national FRC Code of Conduct as a governing good practice document.
Hillview’s awareness and prevention initiative, to be published shortly, will include SafeTalk and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) programmes. Hillview’s ASIST Practitioners: Claire (Project Manager); Katie (Development & Family Support Worker); Storm (Early Years & Family Support Coordinator).
|Project Manager||Community Development & Family Support Worker||Early Years & Family Support Coordinator|
|Domestic & Gender Based Violence||Domestic & Gender Based Violence||Domestic & Gender Based Violence|
|Child Protection (Relevant Person)||Child Protection||Child Protection (DLP)|
|Family Support||Family Support||Family Support|
|Rainbows: Centre Director; Coordinator & Facilitator||Rainbows: Deputy Coordinator & Facilitator||Rainbows: Coordinator & Facilitator|
|Non Violent Resistance (NVR)||Volunteer Management||Non Violent Resistance (NVR)|
|Counselling Skills & Practice||Drug & Alcohol Awareness||Paediatric First Aid|
|Drug & Alcohol Awareness||Befriending Service Coordination||Drug & Alcohol Awareness|
|Understanding Self Harm||Understanding Self Harm||Understanding Self Harm|
|Compassion Fatigue & Burn Out||Compassion Fatigue & Burn Out||Compassion Fatigue & Burn Out|
|Introduction to Social Welfare||Introduction to Social Welfare||Training Delivery & Evaluation|
|Real U’ Programme for Children & Young People|
|Non Violent Resistance (NVR)|
|Training Delivery & Evaluation|
|‘Mind Out’ Mental Health for Young People|
Low cost Counselling service for individuals experiencing a range of life challenges e.g. bereavement; anxiety; childhood trauma and relationship. Clients make a weekly contribution toward their session of between €20-€30.
Low cost Play/Creative Therapy for children & young people aged from 3 to 18 years. Clients make a weekly contribution toward their session of between €25-€40.
Family Well-Being, a course on parental emotional and mental well-being over 4,6 or 8 weeks. It is a discussion based, peer to peer support for people wishing to improve family life.
Staff have been trained to provide support to women/men who are experiencing relational violence. This service is provided at another location and is strictly confidential.
Who to Call: Claire McEwen, Project Manager on 087 116 0196.
’13 Reasons Why’ Toolkit for young people, parents and services: The website has been created by a coalition of international experts, led by Dr Dan Reidenberg, to inform young people, parents and services working with young people who may view the Netflix series. Take a look at the attached: Expert Statement from SAVE. In addition to this young people researched a useful link in relation to suicide prevention
Safe Home Information Sheet
Domestic Violence Policy
Women’s Aid (Women)