News & Media

Annual Report 2016/17

This is the first report of the Board of Management for the new Campus, established under the Children (Amendment) Act 2015, which came into effect on 1 June 2016.

Starting the conversation: ‘How r u?’

Oberstown has launched its mental health & well-being booklet. The launch of the booklet and a poster campaign asking ‘How r u?’  is part of a month-long series of events on the campus to encourage awareness around positive mental health for staff. The...

Oberstown in the news

Oberstown featured in a number of news articles during December 2018. An article in the Irish Times focused on the services available to young people in Oberstown, such as mental health and addiction services and programmes including a teen parenting and sex education...

Shaping lives, building futures

The annual Oberstown Christmas recruitment campaign has kicked off with a brand new advert that asks people to come and work with us to make a difference in a young person’s life. The campaign’s slogan, Shaping Lives, Building Futures, reflects the Oberstown...

Oberstown art work on display

Young people in Oberstown are constantly making, doing, producing: arts, crafts, textiles, food, even books. While staff in Oberstown get to glimpse the talents of these young people on a  daily basis, the outside world does not. That’s why we have begun...

The Oberstown year in review

As we prepare our final Oberstown newsletter of the year, it is an apt time to reflect on the huge amount of positive achievements, and indeed events, that took place in Oberstown during 2018. Kicking off the year on a healthy note, in January, staff participated in...