Projects awarded grants by the Genio Trust in 2011
|Organisation Name||Geographical Area||Summary description||Amount|
This project will support ten school-leavers to avail of respite with families in the community instead of within a traditional residential respite service.
|Ard Aoibhinn Services||Wexford||
This project aims to develop a framework for the provision of a Home Sharing scheme and home based respite and family support services within Co. Wexford for an identified group of 10 children
|Blanchardstown Centre for Independent Living Limited||Dublin||
The project is aimed at working with nine individuals to move them from inappropriate accommodation and give them life skills to enable them to sustain independent living.
|Camphill Community Mountshannon||Clare||
This project will work with two individuals who are inappropriately living in acute psychiatric wards to support them to live independently in the community.
|HSE and Sisters of Charity of Jesus & Mary||Laois||
This project is supporting twenty-eight individuals to move from an institutional setting to a range of appropriate and inclusive settings in the community.
|HSE Area Dublin North City (North West Dublin)||Dublin||
This project, using a collaborative approach between the main housing providers & the HSE, will enable 10-12 individuals to move to homes of their choice within a one year period.
|HSE Dublin West South West Mental Health Services||Dublin||
This project is supporting a person who has been living in an inpatient mental health unit to move to his own home in the community.
|HSE West Cork Mental Health Services||Cork||
This family and user-led project will support individuals in crisis to stay in their own homes as an alternative to inpatient respite care.
|HSE Wicklow - RESTART||Wicklow||
This project is completing the closure of four mental health hostels and supporting residents to move to their own homes in the community.
|HSE, Balbriggan Community Mental Health Service||Dublin||
Due to a change in circumstances for the individual involved, this project did not proceed and the grant was returned to the Genio Trust.
|HSE, Clare Mental Health Services, Rehabilitation & Recovery Service||Clare||
The grant is intended to support the closure of two medium support residences and facilitate the discharge of a service user from long term hospital care.
|HSE, Laois/Offaly Mental Health Rehabilitation Recovery Service||Laois||
This is a demonstration project involving a multi-agency partnership that supports 6 mental health service users in a move from HSE supported care to community living.
|HSE, Mayo Recovery Consortium||Mayo||
The project will provide effective peer support to facilitate the movement of identified individuals with mental health difficulties from institutional care to more independent living situations in county Mayo within one year.
|HSE, North Dublin Mental Health Service||Dublin||
This project aims to develop individualised care and recovery orientated support to two individuals who have a long history of involvement with the mental health services.
|HSE, St. Luke's Hospital, Clonmel||Tipperary||
The project is supporting twenty-five people with severe, chronic, complex and enduring mental illnesses with home-based respite care, tailed to their individual needs.
|HSE, St. Raphael's Centre, Youghal, Intellectual Disability Services||Cork||
This project is supporting ten people to move to their own homes in the community, which will facilitate the closure of an institutional setting.
|HSE/St John of God City Gate||Dublin||
This project will move 10 residents with an intellectual disability from a congregated setting to appropriate community integrated settings within one year.
The Short Breaks Package project will provide short breaks to the families of 40 identified individuals who currently avail of traditional house based respite within KARE by using alternative community based options.
|Limerick Mental Health Services||Limerick||
This project is supporting individuals to move from institutional settings to live independent lives in their community.
|North Tipperary Mental Health Service in partnership with Áras Folláin||Tipperary||
This project will develop and provide alternative respite options for people experiencing mental health difficulties and/or their family members in a community based setting.
|Sisters of Charity / St. Margaret's Centre||Dublin||
The project will develop a 'transition to community living' plan for each of the 45 residents over a three year period and move eight to twelve residents into community based accommodation over the one year project period.
|South Lee Social Inclusion Group||Cork||
The project will provide educational, health and social activities to support moving eleven residents from Glenmalure high support unit to independent living.
|St. Joseph's Foundation Charleville||Limerick||
The project will provide an integrated system of social support to promote independent living for five individuals.
|Western Care Association||Mayo||
This project aims to increase access to home/community based respite for a number of families.