Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP)

Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP)

The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (known as SICAP) is the national local community development and social inclusion programme.  It provides social inclusion supports to individuals and community organisations.

The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) 2018-2022 is funded by the Irish Government through the Department of Rural and Community Development and co-funded by the European Social Fund under the Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning (PEIL) 2014-2020.

Please read below for more information about SICAP.

SICAP - Education, Lifelong Learning and Personal Development Supports*

We work with individuals to help them to identify and take the steps to improve their quality of life and wellbeing and to access lifelong learning opportunities.

We provide a one-to-one confidential support service in relation to:

  • Working out your options and next steps
  • Building your confidence
  • Finding out about your rights and entitlements
  • Exploring your educational options
  • Accessing personal development courses
  • Accessing other support service

We also provide a one-to-one support service to young people, in the north and southside areas of the city, as they enter third and further education.  Support is provided in relation to:

  • Preparing for college: what to expect
  • Library skills: how to use and make the most out of library resources
  • Academic referencing: how to complete a bibliography
  • Effective study skills
  • Time Management
  • Supports and services available to 3rd level students

See below for contact information.

*SICAP criteria and registration requirements apply

PAUL Partnership implements SICAP in partnership with 9 community-based organisations – Limerick City CDP, Moyross Community Hub, St. Munchin’s Community Enterprise Centre, St. Mary’s AID, Garryowen Community Development Project, Our Lady of Lourdes Community Services Group, Southill Hub, Tait House and the Learning Hub Limerick.

Contact Information

If you would like information about this Programme, please contact us at 061 419388, or info@paulpartnership.ie or contact any of the SICAP implementing partners below.

PAUL Partnership

Tait Business Centre, Dominic Street, V94 WY42

Clara Hoyne
  061-419388 / 087-9158115
  choyne@paulpartnership.ie

Youth & Further Education Support Worker – Southside
  Jennifer Kiely 087-4556126
  jkiely@paulpartnership.ie

Youth & Further Education Support Worker – Northside
  Joan Imray 087-3585110
  jimray@paulpartnership.ie

Limerick City CDP

St. Munchin’s Community Enterprise Centre, Kileely Court, Kileely, V94 F58P

Susan O’Neill
  061-328690 / 086-8162906
  susan@limerickcitycdp.ie

Garryglass House, 4 Garryglass Avenue, Ballinacurra Weston, V94 Y2R3

Kay Flanagan
  061-609603 / 087-6254216
  kay@limerickcitycdp.ie

St. Mary’s AID

Widows Alms Houses, Nicholas Street, V94 W2P1

Mary Quane
  061-318106
  mary.quane@stmarysaid.ie

Garryowen CDP

23 John’s Street, V94 W938

John Buttery
  061 310690
  john@garryowencdp.com

Moyross Community Enterprise Centre

Moyross, V94 N265

Maria O’Donnell
  061-326057
  maria.odonnell@moyross.ie

Tait House Community Enterprise

Roxboro Road, V94 NXT8

Tess Kelly
  061-415340
  tkelly@taithouse.ie

GDPR

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. You can find out more about our use of cookies in our Privacy Policy.