Southill Outreach operates a range of activities, incorporating preventative and supportive work to young people as well as providing a supportive service to their families.
The young people are also targeted in terms of the range of activities provided, and the workers act as advocates for young people who may present with issues such as substance misuse, homelessness, offending behaviour and poor or non attendance in school or training courses.
Southill Outreach also provides an In-reach programme to young people detained in St Patrick’s Institution, Oberstown or Trinity House. Staff continue to engage with clients during their period of detention and are involved in devising a pre-release programme to enable the young person to re-integrate into their community on their release. We work to meet the needs of each young person to enable them to reach their full potential.