Crosscare Youth Service’s Video Channel

Welcome to one of our creative spaces.

Health and Wellbeing

Let’s Be Blunt

Advice from young people supported by our Crosscare Ronanstown Youth Service on the effects of cannabis use.

Think B4U Drink

If you decide you want to drink, it is important to know the facts about alcohol first.

Produced by the Health & Wellbeing Youth Group, Bawnogue, Clondalkin Youth Service & Finn Daly . Funded through the CDATF.  Music ‘Energy’ from Bensound.com.

Yup the Boyz (Junior)

A boy tries to convince two other boys to start smoking, but one of them understands the risks and shares the truth with his friend.

The Right Way

When Katie and her friends plan to follow a new fashion trend. She’s faced with some difficult choices.  Will she go the right way?

Produced by Digital Media Group, Ballybough Youth Service.

Somali Arklow Documentary

It was the intention of the young people and the youth service to produce a documentary which would demonstrate to other young people that we are all humans with shared hopes and dreams.

Life in Lockdown

The young people of Dun Laoghaire Youth Service talk about their different experiences of lockdown.

MoneyTalks

Produced as part of the Wicked Young Film Makers project involving young people from Seomra Youth Centre, Newtown Youth Project and Kilcoole Youth Project.

Dealing with anxiety – Peer support.

Video made by young people of Dundrum Youth Service highlighting the benefits of peer support.

Short Films

A selection of short films made by visual artist John Conway and young people in Ballybrack and Nutgrove Youth Services, with the support of Crosscare Youth Services and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Arts Office. The final short film, Strange Perspectives, took home the ‘Best Sound’ award at noise Youth Art Film Festival.

Credit

Ballyogan Castle Project film called Credit made with the Castle Project. This film dealt with some issues around the use of mobile phones as a means of bullying, and was devised by the group over a number of weeks under the guidance of Peter Reid and Shane. The piece was written by Ken Harmon, directed by Peter Reid and Produced by Shane Gately and the Castle project Ballyogan.

May Day

Ronanstown Youth Service in association with Athnakill productions produce May Day.

Five a Day

This video was made for the Cast Film Festival in Dublin.  The title refers to the five decisions a person can make in order to improve their state of mind and physical wellbeing.  The video was directed by Shane Gately, filmed and edited by Dean Sheldrek and devised by Jigsaw Clondalkin YAP.

Youth Services

Inter Youth Service Day

A great day out in Belmont where all the Youth Services got together in a safe way on a summer’s day.

Clondalkin Youth Service

Find out all about the Youth Service in Clondalkin and the range of activities and supports for young people such as; art based activities, sports based activities outdoor learning and more.

A peek inside

The young people and Emma the Youth Worker give you a quick look at some of what happens inside the Dún Laoghaire Youth Serivce.

Community Connects

Michelle Griffin from Finglas Youth Services talks to Paul McCauliff about the Youth Service response to the pandemic and the new premises in Finglas.

Youth Information

Volunteering in Europe

Young people talk about their experiences of volunteering in Europe with lots of information and tips. Find more information about it in this post.

Podcast series

Check out the Youth Information podcast series on apprenticships, what next after the leaving cert and more.

The Archives!

A blast from the past.

Old footage of the Crosscare Dun Laoghaire Youth Service Mounttown Project.

Flashmob Arklow

Mull of Kintyre Flashmob in Bridgewater Shopping Centre, Arklow.

No Drugs for Me

Music video made by young people of Mounttown and Dún Laoghaire Youth Service ….many years ago.

Mental Health – 5 a day

Video made by young people of Ronanstown.

Puzzled

A video about Mental health and drugs produced by Greystones Youth Group, working with staff from East Wicklow Youth Service, Greystones Family Resource Centre, and Bray Youth Service.

Another One Down

How a boys health gets worse as a result of his smoking. This short film was produced by The Den Finglas Youth Service, made as part of the X-HALE Youth Awards 2017 which aims to prevent young people from smoking.

Videos from Facebook

  • Crosscare Youth Justice: David Doyle from Clondalkin Youth Service talks to Virgin Media news about the Youth Justice service.
  • Dún Laoghaire Youth Service:  The young people from Dún Laoghaire Youth Service have made a short film celebrating 100 years of Dún Laoghaire / Dun Leary.  In 1821 the name Dunleary or Dun Leary was changed to Kingstown to mark King George IV’s visit . In 1920 it was officially given the name Dún Laoghaire.