21 March 2024

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Family Resource Centres in Galway call for long-term funding for proven therapeutic services

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Family Resource Centres in Galway call for long-term funding for proven therapeutic services

Family Resource Centres in Galway are calling for long-term funding for therapeutic services.

It comes as the Forum for the centres has published a report looking at the impact of its services in Galway and across the country.

It shows that one-off funding of €1m supported over 8,000 adults and children through therapy and workshops in the aftermath of COVID-19.

Fergal Landy, the CEO National Forum of Family Resource Centres, says long term funding could increase the support these centres can provide:

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