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Community Family Support Programme aims to help young people

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Are you aged 16 – 24, unemployed / working part time and looking to develop your skills? If so, then why not check out the Community Family Support Programme?

The Community Family Support Programme (CFSP) aims to support families to develop their capacity to reach their full potential by addressing the employment, educational, training, health, social and economic issues that impact on their daily lives. We work with families who have a young person aged 16-24 who is not in education, employment or training. We can support families with money advice, boosting self-confidence, and improving family relationships. We also offer access to training, help with creating CV’s, and advice on preparing for and finding a job.

The programme is funded by DEL/ESF so joining the programme is totally free of cost for all participants. If anyone would like to find out more about the CFSP they are welcome to call our office on 028 7032 6016 or contact me at [email protected].

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