Helping People To Help Themselves
Whats On?
This week is mental health awareness week and we are delighted that GROW are delivering the following programme with us

  • Managing Stress
  • 4 week programme starting Thursday 27th October
  • From 10.30am to 12.30pm in Taghmon FRC
  • Your mental health and understanding it, managing stress, confidence and self esteem, GROW and how it works

Click here for further details
Help & Support

If your partner is violent don't be silent

Get advice and contact numbers here.

Wexford Support Network


Up Coming Events


Daffodil Morning!

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We will be having a coffee morning on the 21st March in aid of Daffodil Day 2018.


Every year 40,000 people in Ireland are diagnosed with cancer. Thanks to research survival rates are improving and patients are living well with cancer and living for longer with advances in treatment.

The Irish Cancer Society is the leading voluntary funder of cancer research in Ireland with €20 million in research projects since 2010, all made possible by donations.

 Why not drop in to us on the  from 11am- 1pm and enjoy a hot cup and a few biscuits.


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 All proceeds will go to the Irish Cancer society.


If you are interested and/or would like further information just contact Mary/Ray in the FRC on 053-9134465


For more information on Daffodil day please visit:



Taghmon Family Resource Centre


Parent & Toddler Group

This April (date to be confirmed)

Venue: Taghmon F.R.C

Time: 10am-11.30am


A relaxed warm and welcoming space come along and meet new friends while the children play

Toys and activities for the Kids


Tea and Coffee for the Parents


For further information, contact Mary/Ray 053-9134465


Or email





 Seniors Alert Scheme (SAS)



We are delighted to anounce we  have registered to provide the Seniors Alert Scheme (SOS). The Seniors Alert Scheme provides grant support for the supply of alarm equipment to enable older people of limited means to continue to live securely in their homes. The scheme is run by Pobal, a not-for-profit organisation that manages programmes on behalf of the Irish Government and the EU.


Who is eligible for SAS?

To be eligible for the Seniors Alert Scheme, you must be:

  • Aged 65 or over with limited means or resources
  • Be either living alone,
  • Being alone for significant periods during the day,
  • Be living with someone who also meets the criteria above,
  • Living in the area covered by the registered group administering the grant support
  • Able to benefit from the equipment being supplied i.e. Internet access
  • Willing to maintain contact with the registered group (TFRC)

What is the service exactly?

The SAS will provide you with monitored personal alarms, which can be worn as a pendant or around your wrist like a watch. A base unit is installed in your home and will connect up to the personal alarm.  When the alarm is activated, it automatically rings a national helpline, which  a helpline operator talks to you in your home and decides whether to alert a local volunteer responder or worst case scenario the emergency services. this helpline is open 24 hours a day , 365 days a year.

The service costs 70 euro for the year and the first year is free.

If you are interested in applying please drop into our service and we can assist you in the application process.


For further information, contact Mary/Ray 053-9134465


Or email