The ENRICH programme will officially launch the results of their research at their event on 20th Sep at 9.30 in Chartered Accountants House, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.
The ENRICH (EvaluatioN of wRaparound in Ireland for CHildren and families) research programme promotes health and wellbeing through the development, implementation and evaluation of new models of care for children and families in Ireland.
These wraparound-inspired models are designed to meet the needs of young families and reduce barriers to engagement through collaborative, multidisciplinary practice and service delivery.
The event will present the findings from one of these new service models the ‘UpTo2 / Parent and Baby programme’. The results highlight valuable lessons for service providers, practitioners, policy makers and researchers working in early intervention and prevention, and also cover the costs and sustainability for the future development and implementation of the programme.
Please register for the event here.
ENRICH is led by a team from Maynooth University’s Centre for Mental Health and Community Research (www.cmhcr.eu) in collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast, the University of York and Ulster University.
ENRICH is funded by the Health Research Board. Project collaborators included the Blue Skies (Clondalkin), Genesis initiatives, HSE Public Health Nursing and The Deansrath Family Resource Centre.