The CDETB Separated Children’s Service has been working with Separated Children Seeking Asylum (SCSA) since 2001 and provides a youth and education service to SCSA and young people from refugee backgrounds.
Its aim is to empower separated children and young people aged 10-21 to live independent and healthy lives and to integrate into and participate fully in society.
Its services for young people include a Refugee Access Programme and RAP Youth Club, a Study Buddy Programme, an Outreach Programme and a Drop In. The service has produced a range of classroom materials.
For more information: Tel: (01) 498 9500