Soilse promotes holistic recovery to transform the individual’s health. It is a personal learning journey, transforming attitudes, values, skills and purpose.
The Programme is a Local Training Initiative funded by Cavan and Monaghan ETB and coordinated by Blayney Blades. It’s the only one of its kind in the region and in the last 4 years has built ongoing relationships with sports organisations, community organisations, TUSLA, HSE and mental health organisations such as Shine and Mental Health Ireland.
This programme was developed to support three graduates from An Cosán's Young Women into Technology programme to take a leadership role in supporting over 250 individuals from disadvantaged communities to access IT and employability opportunities
RADE seeks to engage drug users with the arts and therapeutic supports to provide a platform for their artistic expression. RADE works with people in recovery and provides training to project participants in the areas of art, drama, creative writing, and film making as well as Tai Chi and yoga.
Cara Outreach Support Service provides specialised support to individuals with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. The service is designed to support individuals to recognise their future goals & realize their potential with an emphasis on social inclusion and creating real & meaningful social roles in their community.
Making Connections Carlow is a Local Training Initiative (LTI). It offers training on a one to one basis. The ultimate aim is to raise competencies, foster self-esteem and build resilience.