WELCOME TO ONE FAMILY

We work to affect positive change and achieve equality and social inclusion for all one-parent families in Ireland.

ONE FAMILY COUNSELLING SERVICES

One Family is funded and approved by the HSE to provide free, confidential and non-judgmental counselling services for women and couples facing an unplanned pregnancy and for those in need of support following an abortion.

BUILDING A FAMILY LAW SYSTEM...FOR FAMILIES

View presentations, speeches and recordings from our recent 'Building a Family Law System for Families' seminar.

CARING FOR YOUR CHILDREN IF YOU GET SICK

Thinking and planning about what would happen if you were to become ill is important for all parents to do and is even more important for people parenting alone.

ONE FAMILY SERVICES

To find out more about the services we provide here at One Family, follow the link below.

ONE FAMILY SERVICES REMAIN OPEN

We want to reassure parents and clients that our Helpline, Information Services, Parenting Supports, Educational Courses, Early Years Service and Counselling Services remain open.

MANAGING ACCESS/CONTACT VISITS IN YOUR FAMILY

Read our article on how parents can manage access and contact visits during this uncertain time.

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We have complied all our information, articles and advice around Covid-19 in one place, to help one-parent families during this time.

For listening support and information relevant to lone parents and separated parents, call askonefamily on 01 662 9212.

Our counselling service for adults and young people ensures time to be really listened to by a professional counsellor, and we offer play therapy for children.

We offer non-directive information and support on all options during unplanned pregnancy, and post-abortion support. Call us on 01 662 9212.

Services include mentoring, mediated parenting plans, and courses that support people who parent alone, share parenting, are separated or separating.

We offer courses and workshops for lone parents accessing education and work; for parents experiencing challenges and change; and for professional development.

We make policy submissions, undertake research in key areas, and advocate for better lives for one-parent families. In all we do, we are solution-focused.