Living Well: Working Well

EVE Castleview

About Castleview HUB

Castleview HUB supports people who experience mental health difficulties to live their lives based on their own personal goals. The service offers a range of supprts to enable each person to live a more healthy, fullfilling and independent life. We support individuals to get more involved in their community and develop their natural supports. This is achieved through a combination of centre and community modules & activities.

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Our Approach

At Castleview HUB, we focus on peoples’ knowledge, skills, personal resources and social supports. We are passionate about creating opportunities to empower individuals to live a life of their choosing.

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Our Programme

We provide a range of meaningful activities and programmes that change every 17 weeks. We support and encourage individuals to set and achieve personal goals. The programme focuses on individual needs in the areas of:

  • Life Skills
  • Community Integration
  • Vocational/ Employment Options
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Social Events

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Why get involved?

Castleview HUB programme can support individuals to:

  • Achieve personal goals
  • Develop personal health & wellbeing
  • Develop valued roles in the community
  • Become a more active citizen
  • Develop increased social skills and independence

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How to Apply

The application forms will need to be completed by you and your medical team/GP and returned to the Centre Manager at the address below. An informal interview will be arranged to see if the service is for you. You may be offered a sampling period. Please note that there may be a waiting list.

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Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9.00am - 4.00pm

Friday: 9.00am - 1.00pm

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Location

Castleview HUB

Unit 1A

Century Business Park

St. Margaret's Road

Finglas

Dublin 11

D11 KA03

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Contact Details

Phone: 01 8642290 

Mobile: 0871471593   

Email: castleview@eve.ie  

Blog: https://evecastleview.wordpress.com 

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(087) 8258674 (Apply for Services / Client Referrals) (01) 415 6821 (General enquiries)
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