Kerry CYPSC was founded on 14th September 2010 and has since been working hard to establish connections with agencies and services across Kerry and the rest of Ireland, to make sure children, young people, and their families have access to services and support they may need.
At Kerry CYPSC, we put these people at the forefront of everything we do, always seeking to improve outcomes and ensure the right help is accessible.
Who is on a Children & Young People’s Services Committee?
CYPSCs bring together all county-level statutory, community, and voluntary organisations who provide services and supports to children and young people (aged 0-24) and their families.
|Tusla Child & Family Agency (Chairperson)||Local Authority (Vice-Chair)||Health Service Executive (CAMHS, D&A, MH, PHN, PCT)||Education & Training Board||An Garda Síochána|
|Probation Services||Irish Primary Principals Network||Secondary Principals Representative||County Childcare Committee||Institute of Technology Tralee|
|Comhairle na nÓg||Local Development Companies||Network of Family Resource Centres||National Educational Welfare Service||Youth Services|
In Kerry, our members include senior managers from:
Tusla Child & Family Agency; Health Service Executive (HSE) Primary Care; Kerry County Council; An Garda Síochána; Kerry Education & Training Board; National Educational Welfare Service; Kerry County Childcare Committee; Institute of Technology Tralee; Youth Probation Service; Kerry Network of Family Resource Centres; Kerry Diocesan Youth Service; North & East Kerry Development Partnership; Kerry Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service; HSE Drugs & Alcohol Services; and HSE Mental Health Services.
Kerry CYPSC meets 5 times per year in February, April, June, October & December. Members of Kerry Comhairle na nÓg also regularly attend Kerry CYPSC meetings.