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About Us

Our Partners

Over the past 50 years, the LSSC has built a foundation of collaborative working in Limerick that has led to valuable partnerships with so many organisations and groups across the statutory, voluntary and community sectors.  These include government agencies, schools, colleges, hospitals, GPs, social work services, community centres, and other non-profit agencies.  Together, the LSSC has worked with these agencies so that problems are addressed and changes are made on a scale that no single agency could have accomplished alone. 

LSSC partnership working includes the following agencies and groups:

Statutory agencies and Government Departments
  • TUSLA Child & Family Agency
  • Department of Children & Youth Affairs
  • Department of Education & Skills
  • Department of Social Protection
  • HSE West
  • Limerick City & County Council
  • MABS (Money & Budgeting Advice Service)
  • Community Welfare Offices


Community and voluntary agencies


  • ADAPT Services
  • Age and Opportunity (Dublin)
  • Barnardos Mid-West
  • Centre for the Unemployed
  • Credit Unions
  • CURA (regional and national)
  • Diocese of Limerick
  • Doras Luimní
  • Focus Ireland
  • Foster Carer's Association
  • Limerick Institute of Technology
  • Limerick Pastoral Centre
  • Limerick College of Further Education
  • Limerick Youth Service
  • Limerick Local Employment Service
  • Mary Immaculate College
  • NCVA
  • Novas
  • Older Women's Network
  • Parish Clergy
  • PAUL Partnership
  • The Associated Charities Trust
  • Victim Support
  • Limerick City AES V.T.O.S.
  • University of Limerick


External Services available at The LSSC Centre

On a regular basis, the LSSC Centre offers its facilities to the TUSLA Aftercare Service, the HSE Primary Care Service, the Family Therapy Service, Limerick Community Law & Mediation Centre, Epilepsy Ireland, and EPIC. In addition, a number of other organisations, agencies and groups avail of the Centre to deliver programmes, consultations and meet with clients. These include the following:

  • ACOA (Adult Children of Alcoholics)
  • Alcoholics Anonymous Groups
  • Al-Anon Group
  • Bruree House
  • Cancer Support
  • Diocesan Lourdes Pilgrimage Office
  • Dyspraxia
  • Emergency Response Group
  • Gam-Anon
  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • MWM
  • Older Persons' Groups
  • Overeaters Anonymous
  • Parent Support Groups
  • Retired Civil Servants /Retired
  • Gardaí
  • Women's Groups