CARI COVID-19 announcement

CARI have taken the following measures with our services that will be in place until Monday 30th March 2020 which will scale back the business of the organisation. CARI will still be open in many ways, but with mitigating measures in place to reduce the numbers attending our services. All of the below measures will … Read more

NOONAN’S LIGHTS COLLECTION IS MOVING ONLINE FOR 2020!

Tony Noonan of Templeglantine 2019 winner of Energia Ireland’s most Christmassy Home has launched his go Fund me page yesterday on live 95FM and several other radio stations and gave press releases to local and national newspapers.  CARI is one of his chosen charities this year and we will be receiving a donation from funds … Read more

CARI wish to recruit a Support Service Team Leader and Therapy Department Assistants in our Dublin and Limerick Centres

The following Information provides details on the position of Service Support Team Leader and Therapy Department Assistants with The CARI Foundation and the attributes that are sought in a successful candidate. Children at Risk Ireland (CARI) CARI was set up in 1989 to care for children and adolescents affected by the issues of sexual abuse … Read more

Psychotherapists required Nationally for Part-Time Roles

At CARI our dedicated team help children and families every day. To support our strategy and due to the increased demand for our service, we are seeking to recruit a panel of part-time Psychotherapists nationally. Children at Risk in Ireland is a registered charity founded in 1989 and is currently the leading provider of professional, … Read more

Vacancy – General Manager

About CARI: CARI is a registered charity providing specialised therapy and support to children, families and groups affected by child sexual abuse. It has two full time centres in Dublin and Limerick. CARI has a national helpline where parents, caregivers and professionals can seek advice and guidance for concerns that they may have for any … Read more

Vacancy: Part Time Psychotherapist

CARI, a leading voluntary organization providing specialized child centered psychotherapy and support to children, families and groups affected by child sexual abuse.  Due to increased waiting lists for services, we are expanding our teams of committed Psychotherapists. Part- time Psychotherapist (3 days Dublin)  CARI wishes to recruit fully accredited Psychotherapists part-time in CARI Dublin. The … Read more

Release of Charity Single “SuperHero” by The Skalps, in aid of CARI’s vital therapy work with children who have experienced Child Sexual Abuse

Click here to donate to GoFund On the 4th May 2020 — CARI will announce that the Single SuperHero will be available for download only. The sites available to download the single are: Amazon, Apple Music, Media net, Spotify, you tube, Deezer, TiKToK, Google play and other available sites listed on the CARI webpage, www.cari.ie  … Read more

CARI Response to Tusla Child Abuse Substantiation Practice (CASP)

CARI is committed to protecting children from harm. The welfare of children is of paramount importance and CARI services endeavour to safeguard children.  CARI is in full agreement with inter-agency co-operation and recognise the benefits of reporting. CARI are committed to reporting allegations and incidences of child abuse that come to our attention.  While CARI primary … Read more

CARI Letter – 18th March 2020

To all our CARI Community, We hope that each and every one of you are safe during these unprecedented times. As we work virtually to continue to support our clients and our wider community, we are faced with having the COVID-19 crisis impact our already reduced funding as our fundraising events cannot go forward. Due … Read more

Kavanagh Sisters Podcast – Interview with Eve Farrelly – CARI

The lovely Kavanagh Sisters and our Executive Director Eve Farrelly sit to discuss CARI. In this podcast they discuss the impact of sexual abuse and how CARI helps, as well as some of the challenges from lack of funding. The COVID-19 crisis is set to impact our already reduced funding as our fundraising events cannot … Read more