|Description||Outcomers is a social and befriending support group for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) people. Our drop in centre provides a safe, social and relaxed environment for our LGBT community and is located in the centre of Dundalk town. It has been open since 1997. We offer some light refreshments and a chat. Free gay and lesbian literature is available. We provide services for and on behalf of the LGBTI+ community in the North East Region. Louth, Meath, Cavan, and Monaghan.|
|Contact||042 932 9816|
|Address||8 Roden Place,
Involve Youth Project Meath
|Description||A youth service based in Co. Meath that provides activities and programmes for young people from the Travelling community. We aim to provide culturally appropriate programmes and encourage Youth participation. We are led by young people for young people|
|Contact||Ph: 087 7572010|
|Address||Castle Meadows, Trim, Co. Meath|
|Description||Foróige is the leading youth organisation in Ireland and has been working with young people since 1952. Our purpose is to enable young people to involve themselves consciously and actively in their development and in the development of society.
We work with over 50,000 young people aged 10-18 each year through volunteer-led Clubs and staff-led Youth Projects. Foróige currently operates in 26 counties in Ireland, with more than 600 Foróige Clubs, 150 Youth Projects, the Big Brother Big Sister mentoring programme, the Foróige Youth Entrepreneurship programme, our Youth Citizenship and Youth Leadership programmes.
LMETB (Louth Meath Education Training Board)
|Description||LMETB manages 18 Post Primary schools, one Primary school and is also responsible for an extensive range of Adult Services throughout both counties, including Adult Learning Services, Community Education, Back to Education Initiative, VTOS, Youthreach and Adult Guidance. Since July 1st 2014 Dundalk Regional Skills & Training Centre is under the governance of LMETB, having been transferred from SOLAS on that date. LMETB is also patron to 6 Community Schools.
|Contact||Ph: 046 906 8200|
|Address||LMETB Administrative Offices, Abbey Road, Navan, Co Meath|
Youth Work Ireland Meath
|Description||Youth Work Ireland Meath have a network of youth clubs affiliated from across the county and also have a network of community youth programmes. The service includes; working with LGBT youth to make them feel equal, safe and valued, Comhairle na nÓg which is a local youth council for 12 to 18 years of age across Co. Meath and seasonal camps.|
|Contact||Ph: 046 9093402|
|Address||St. Mary's Church Grounds
Trim Gate Street
YAP (Youth Advocacy Programme)
|Description||YAP Ireland's mission is to build partnerships between vulnerable young people, their families and communities to support their full potential through a community based, strengths focused, intensive support model which provides a more effective and economic alternative to society's reliance on the direct provision of state institutions and out-of-home care services.
The YAP Model is a unique way of providing intensive, focused support to children, young people and families with a range of needs. The YAP model is based upon the development of a trust relationship between a supportive, trained and skilled adult advocate, the young person and their family.
|Contact||Ph: 046 9059150|
|Address||Unit UH2, Balmoral Industrial Est.,
Kells Road, Navan, Co. Meath