Volunteer with CDYS
Volunteers are an integral part of the success of CDYS Projects. If you would like to find out more about becoming a Volunteer, click on the link below.
Garda Youth Diversion Projects
Garda Youth Diversion Projects within CDYS are based in Mallow, Cobh, Fermoy, Charleville & Midleton
Youth Ministry
CDYS Youth Ministry is based in Mallow.
Therapeutic Services
CDYS have a number of Services available to support young people and their families. We offer Counselling, Play Therapy & Community Psychotherapy throughout the Cloyne Diocesan.
Community Drugs Initiatives
CDYS have Community Based Drugs Initiatives in Mallow, Mitchelstown, Macroom & Fermoy
SPY Projects
CDYS have a number of SPY (Special Projects for Youth.) These are based in 2 Locations in Mallow, Midleton, Fermoy & Mitchelstown.
CCA
CCA (Creative Community Alternative) CDYS work closely with TUSLA to provide young People and Families intensive one to one support.
Youth Clubs
CDYS have a number of affiliated Youth Clubs within the Diocesan.
LTI'S
CDYS have a number of LTI's (Local Training Initiatives) based in the Diocesan. North Cork Sports & Recreation (Mallow) East Cork Music Project (Midleton) & The Good Lives Project (Macroom)
Community Development & Arts Project
The Community Development & Arts Project is based in Macroom
Erasmus+
CDYS are involved in the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe.
Detached Youth Work
CDYS have Detached Youth Workers in Macroom & Carrigtwohill
Youth Council
CDYS have Youth Councils in Mallow, Fermoy, Midleton & Mitchelstown
PPFS & Meitheal Project
PPFS & Meitheal Project is our newest project which begin in March 2020.
Covid 19
Click here to find out more information and Resources to help you, your Teens and Children.
Child Protection & Induction Training 2020
CDYS dates for Child Protection Training & Induction Training 2020

CDYS Carrigtwohill and Cork County Council Commemoration Committee in association with Twenty4Films, presents 'Mick Leahy's Men' - a short documentary about the capture of the RIC Barracks in Carrigtwohill, on January 3rd, 1920.