TUSLA to open access house in Wexford town
the Child and Welfare agency TUSLA is to open an access house for children and their parents who no longer live together.
The house in Walnut Grove, in Wexford town, is currently used as a residential centre for young people.
'The plan for Walnut Grove is to change its purpose and function from a residential centre for young people into an access house. An access house is a venue for families who do not live together for various reasons to meet up under the supervision of Tusla,' said a spokesperson.
The house will be open from 9-5pm and will be managed by two staff. A change of use application is with the council.