The talented actors of Saint John of God Kerry Services are preparing to thread the boards of Siamsa Tire yet again on Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th March 2019 in their musical production of ‘SISTER’


A professional singer, Deloris Van Cartier, witnesses a murder, a murder committed by her long term ‘married’ boyfriend Curtis Jackson
Deloris finds herself in the witness protection programme in the most unlikeliest place, a convent!
Deloris struggles to adapt to austere convent life, and soon Deloris is at odds with Mother Superior
Before long Deloris and her fellow sisters become a singing media sensation, much to the dismay of Officer Eddie O Shea
With her secret location compromised, Deloris must move on but first she must come clean to all the nuns.
Meanwhile Curtis and his boys now know where Deloris is hiding, and they make plans to GET Deloris.


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Liam Healy (operations manager Saint John of God) & Helen O Connor (Volunteers Co-ordinator Saint John of God ) with Some of the staff from the Brehon Hotel Killarney who volunteered to paint the Gym in Saint Mary of the Angels recently.

The John Mitchels GAA Club held a very successful Lip Syng during the October Bank Holiday weekend raising thousands for the club’s development, but there was also a charity aspect to the event.
Each act nominated an organisation or charity to benefit if they won and in the case of eventual winners, Wrong Direction, it was St John Of God in Tralee.
James Duggan, Akeem Molloy, Jonathan O’Halloran, and Mikey Walsh sang Westlife’s ‘A World Of Our Own’ to the delight of the crowd and on Friday, Jonathan and Mikey were on hand to present a cheque for €500 to the PAL Dept in St John of God Kerry Services Tralee.
Jonathan’s aunt Maggie O’Donnell uses the services at St John Of God and she was there to accept the cheque from the lads, along with Brenda McNamara, Co-Ordinator of the Programme for Active Living (PAL) department.

Presenting the cheque for €500 to St John Of God Tralee were, front from left; Jonathan O’Halloran, Maggie O’Donnell and Michael Walsh. Back from left; Brendan Brosnan, Liz O’Donnell, Sarah O’Halloran, Stephen Walsh, Brenda McNamara,(Saint John of God day service Co-Ordinator)  Denis Mannix and Hugh Fitzgibbon. Photo by Dermot Crean



2018 Skills for Life Graduates Seamus McCarthy, Eoin O Connor and Jessica Power receiving their QQI Award in  General Learning at the Institute of Technology Tralee Conferring Ceremony on Friday 19th October 2018 at the Brandon Hotel.
Skills for Life Class of 2018 / 2019 Take on surfing in sunny September

Special Olympic Games Ireland

After 4 days of non-stop action at the Special Olympic Games Ireland which took place in Dublin from 15-18th June, 9 of our wonderful men and women returned home with medals and memories galore.

A special presentation was made to the victorious olympians by Saint John of God Kerry Services to acknowledge their wonderful achievements at the recent games.

Pictured from left to right: Ken Browne, Jessica Power, Claire O' Dwyer (General Manager), Fiona Reidy, Mary Claire McCarthy, Órla Murphy, Helena Cronin (Programme Manager Day Services), Michael Ó Leary and Mariad Farmer. Absent from the photograph: Niamh O' Connor and Vincent Lacke.


Ann Marie Russell (service user of Saint John of God Dingle Service) presenting a cheque of €185 to Mikey Moriarty (Gairdin Mhuire). Proceeds of a coffee morning the Saint John of God’s group recently held as part of an active citizenship project. Refreshments were kindly gifted by the Grove Café, Spa Rd.
Some of the participants with the local Killarney Garda on their final day visiting the station and presentation of Certificates

Saint John of God Kerry Services Killarney group who would have been the first group in our services to have been piloted by the local Killarney Garda for the Streetwise Programme
the staff and service users would like to thank our local Community Guard Diane Collins for facilitating the 8 week programme and also, for her colleagues who kindly welcomed them to the Station yesterday for their visit.

Our school leaver’s Rehabilitative Training programme, SKILLS FOR LIFE is celebrating 10 years partnership with the Institute of Technology, Tralee this year.