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Contact us

Main Contact

Head Office
Department of Children and Youth Affairs
43-49 Mespil Road
FREEPOST F5055
Dublin 4, D04 YP52


Tel: +353 1 6473000
Fax: +353 1 6473101
E-mail: contact@dcya.gov.ie
Web: www.dcya.gov.ie

 

Press Office

Tel: +353 1 647-3153
E-mail: mediadcya@dcya.gov.ie

Concerned about a Child's Welfare and Protection?


The Child and Family Agency (Tusla) has a primary responsibility to promote the safety and well-being of children. An Garda Síochána also have statutory responsibilities for the safety and welfare of children. Any member of the public who has a concern about a child should contact the local social work duty service  in the area where the child lives for advice about reporting your concerns.

If the concern relates to an emergency situation you should contact the local Garda Síochána.

Other Useful Contacts

Freedom of Information
 

E-mail: dcyafoi@dcya.gov.ie

More information on Freedom of Information

 

Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Scheme

Budget 2016 Decisions in relation to Childcare: ChildcareBudget2016@dcya.gov.ie

ECCE Qualifications Recognition: eyqualifications@dcya.gov.ie

ECCE Higher Capitation: ECCEHigherCap@dcya.gov.ie

ECCE Payments: Conor_Moore@dcya.gov.ie

TEC and CCS Payments: OnlineSupport@Pobal.ie

Programme Implementation Platform (PIP)/Childcare Programmes Support: OnlineSupport@Pobal.ie

Tax Clearance Certificates etc: pipdocuments@pobal.ie

Any Other Queries: EYQueries@dcya.gov.ie

 

Access Officer under the Disability Act 2005

 

Location of Head Office
 


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Public Transport Links

Nearby bus routes include:

Baggot Street - 25x, 38, 38a/b, 39, 39a, 70, 66x, 67x 

Leeson Street - 11, 145, 41x, 46a, 7b, 7d

Luas Green Line: Charlemont Luas Stop is approximately a 10 minute walk away.

Dart: Grand Canal Dock DART/Train station is approximately a 15 minute walk away.

follow us on twitter skills to work Supporting SMEs http://whodoeswhat.gov.ie/ The Better Start Access and Inclusion Model (AIM) is a model of supports designed to ensure that children with disabilities can access the Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) programme