One Family offers a wide range of professional services for people working with one-parent families, those sharing parenting, and families in transition or going through a time of crisis.
In 2016, we redeveloped our Profession Development service to even further meet the needs of professionals working with families. Our accredited professional development programmes are for you if:
- You deliver parenting/family support courses
- You work with parents and their children
- You are a family support worker, social worker, youth worker, family therapist, educator, drugs project worker or counsellor
Our programmes will help you to build on your skills, knowledge and approach. They take place in Dublin and regionally throughout the year. Please click here to read more detailed programme information online, or download our One Family Professional Development Services Flier.
askonefamily Helpline and Information Service
If you need advice on behalf of a client, you can call our askonefamily helpline on 01 662 9212 or email us.
We have produced a series of information leaflets in response to the queries we most often receive which you may find helpful. Click on the headings below to read and/or download them.
Money | Including information on Job Seekers Allowance, Back to School Allowance, Single Person Child Carer Tax credit, Social Welfare changes from Budget 2014 and lots more.
Family Relationships | From Becoming a Parent, to How to Shop with a Toddler in Tow, to Having That Difficult Conversation, our family relationships leaflets are packed full of useful information.
Legal | These leaflets offer explanations of court proceeding after separation, maintenance and access, and alternatives to court.
Housing | Practical, accessible advice about housing options.
Education, Skills & Employment | Information on One Family’s courses and other options to help get parents back to work and/or education including information about the CE Scheme.
Research & Resources
To read and/or download our research reports and submissions, and find up-to-date statistics, please go to Policy & Campaigns.