Kincasslagh Group Home
In collaboration with the Suceava County Council.
Built in 1998.
This house provides accommodation for 13 young people, several of whom are severely disabled. All of them have spent their earlier years living in the NeuroPsychiatric Hospital in Siret.
Kincasslagh is aimed at creating a secure environment and a safe space that allows both the recently deinstitutionalized and the disabled to make their first steps into independent living.
Our first group home is named in honor of Daniel O’Donnel, Kincasslagh being the Irish village where the singer was born. Daniel first came to the orphanage in Siret in 1997. He wrote a song about the children he met here, drawing international attention to our cause. The singer donated the proceeds from the album to the construction of Kincasslagh House.