Child poverty will rise if lone parents are not supported in Budget 2022 warns One Family.
"The pandemic crystallised many of the social problems and divisions in Ireland with one-parent families again suffering disproportionately, being excluded from society, losing income and essential services."
We work to affect positive change and achieve equality and social inclusion for all one-parent families in Ireland.
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.
It's time to change Article 41.3 of the Constitution
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To find out more about the services we provide here at One Family, follow the link below.
We want to reassure parents and clients that our Helpline, Information Services, Parenting Supports, Educational Courses, Early Years Service and Counselling Services remain open.
Read our article on how parents can manage access and contact visits during this uncertain time.
One Family offer a range of e-learning courses, which are courses you take in your own time, in the comfort of your own home.