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Child Protection and Welfare Services:  http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/list/2/PrimaryCare/childrenfirst/ 

 

Children Acts Advisory Board (formerly SRSB): www.caab.ie 

 

Cosc, the National Office for the Prevention of Domestic, Sexual and Gender-based Violence: www.cosc.ie 

 

Courts Service: www.courts.ie

 

Department of Children and Youth Affairs: www.dcya.gov.ie

 

Department of Education and Skills: www.education.ie

 

Department of Health: http://health.gov.ie/

 

Department of Justice and Equality: www.justice.ie


PEIL - The European Social Fund in Ireland: www.esf.ie 

 

Health Service Executive: www.hse.ie

 

Irish Prison Service: www.irishprisons.ie  

 

National Youth Strategy: http://www.dcya.gov.ie 

 

National Crime Council: www.crimecouncil.gov.ie 

 

National Drugs Strategy: http://health.gov.ie 

 

Educational Welfare Services: http://www.tusla.ie/services/educational-welfare-services

 

Office for Social Inclusion: www.socialinclusion.ie  

 

Ombudsman for Children: www.oco.ie 

 

Probation Service: www.probation.ie 

 

Programme for Government: www.taoiseach.gov.ie

 

Social Services Inspectorate (now part of the new Health Information and Quality Authority): www.hiqa.ie

 

Towards 2016: www.taoiseach.gov.ie 

 

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