Greystones FRC adopts an ethos of equality and social justice, with local community being central to identifying needs and the development of the service.
Established in 2002, Greystones FRC is part of a National Programme of 121 FRCS all around Ireland. We are one of the smallest!
The aim of the Family Resource Centre national programme is to combat disadvantage and improve the functioning of the family unit.
Family Resource Centres are an integral part of Tusla's Local Area Pathways model and act as a first step to community participation and social inclusion.
Greystones FRC receives its core funding from Tusla Child and Family Agency and also receives support and grants from Wicklow County Council, HSE, Community Foundation, Dept of Justice, Dormant Accounts.
We have a staff team of 3, one full time coordinator, a Community Development/Family Support Worker and an Administrator.
We believe all people can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
Greystones Family Resource Centre seeks to empower families and individuals accessing our services to enhance their lives, the lives of their families and those within their local community.
We seek to achieve this through the delivery of family support and community development initiatives.
Families and individuals accessing the services of Greystones Family Resource Centre will have opportunities to realize their potential and develop a sense of belonging to their community.