The Bexcourt Centre community building
The Bexcourt Centre is a community building providing a wide range of services for the local area having an open door policy with the wellbeing of ever individual young and old our concern.
The following is a list of the agencies and activities currently taking place at the Centre:
Employability Service Monaghan/Cavan
Supporting people with disability to secure and maintain employment
Contact: Zoe O’Connor Job Coach 087 9711182
The Joshua Project
This is a Faith based community initiative with its aim to support those with addiction and mental health issues.
Participants complete a sixteen week programme including Faith Exploration, Skills Set Development and Work Experience
Contact: Liam Mc Namara 0862493906
Bailieborough Men’s Shed
A Men’s Shed is a dedicated, friendly and welcoming meeting place where men can come together. It’s a place where men can share their skills and knowledge with others, learn new skills or redevelop old skills. Good health is based on many factors including feeling good about yourself, being productive and valuable to your community, connecting to friends and maintaining an active body and mind. Becoming a member of a Men’s Shed provides a safe and busy environment where you can find many of these things. Also, importantly, there’s no pressure. Men can just come and have a chat and a cuppa if that’s all they’re looking for.
Email John: firstname.lastname@example.org
CDA Trust LTD
The Cavan\Monaghan Drug and Alcohol Service aims to provide a holistic, person centred service to individuals with issues of substance misuse encompassing elements of counseling, psychotherapy and alternative therapies.
Drug and alcohol issues are a widespread problem in Ireland. Community Development Association Trust ltd is a voluntary organization that was first established in 2001 to tackle this issue.
CDA Trust LTD was originally started in Bailieborough and it is important that it still has a presence providing counseling, meeting space and a place for physical activity in the polly tunnel and garden.
CDA Trust LTD
Acot House, Drumnavanagh, Farnham Road, Cavan
Tel: 049 437 9160
Tim Murphy Co ordinator: email@example.com
Each Thursday 10-3
Providing community service including litter picking and tidy town work.
Contact: Kevin Farrelly: Supervisor
Mob: 086 8179585
Email: Clive Stone (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bailieborough Youth Club
The youth club takes place every Tuesday evening from 6 – 8 pm
Contact: Edel O Reilly
Bounce Back Project
In conjunction with the Irish Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Children (ISPCC) and Tusla (Michelle O Connor) 042 9795623 use the centre as a base for their work with young people in the area.
Bounce Back Youth Services,
CMETB Adult and Community Education Centre, Virginia Rd, Ballyjamesduff, Yvonne Lowry Mob:0873664924
Providing Counselling at the Centre by appointment
Sosad (save our sons and daughters) is an organisation with five main goals:
- Raise awareness of suicide in Ireland
- Provide support and direction to those feeling suicidal
- Provide support and direction to those approached by someone feeling suicidal
- Provide support and direction for those bereaved by suicide.
Tel: 049 4326339
Cavan/Monaghan ETB Adult Education Training
Delivering Classes with QQI Accreditation
Classes at the moment include Woodwork, Adult Literacy and Career Guidance
Contact: Regina Clarke 0498553528
Mary Flood Counselling Service
Lend a Hand
This is a group of volunteers who provide support for senior citizens who need assistance with small jobs around the house, this can range from changing a light bulb to helping out with domestic chores
Tel: 042 9694825
Email Ann: email@example.com
Foróige is the leading youth organisation in Ireland and has been working with young people since 1952. The purpose is to enable young people to involve themselves consciously and actively in their development and in the development of society.
Targeted services such as Garda Youth Diversion Projects, Teen Parent Support Programmesand Neighbourhood Youth Projects, help young people to deal with issues associated with poverty, marginalisation and social exclusion, under-achievement at school, early school leaving, youth crime, substance abuse and family difficulties in a safe friendly environment.
Regional Youth Officer Erica.Reade@foroige.ie 086-3880717
- Unit 6A, Corlurgan Business Park, Ballinagh Road, Cavan, County Cavan. Tel: 049 4331029 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- House No. 1, Realtog Centre, Upper Main Street, Kilnaleck, Co. Cavan. Tel: 049 4336070
- Unit 5, Blacklion Enterprise Centre, Belcoo Road, Blacklion, Co. Cavan Tel: 071 9853321
- Beckscourt Centre, Beckscourt View, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan. Tel 042 969 4825