‘Having a place like this is the fulcrum from which to build a good life’

An innovative housing project is breaking new ground by setting young people on the cusp of homelessness on a new trajectory towards third-level education. Health Correspondent Catherine Shanahan visited Cork’s 39-bed Bishopsgrove campus to see for herself.

Barry Waddingham, manager of the Foyer and Bishopsgrove, and project worker Jess Feehan, at Bishopsgrove.

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