Aiséirí provides community and residential services to help young people, adults and families overcome addiction and lead meaningful lives in recovery.
Amen provides a confidential helpline, a support and information service for male victims of domestic abuse.
Providing support and assistance to that section of society whose lives are affected by depression, bipolar disorder, postnatal depression or suicidal thoughts. Aware has support groups around the country. Helpline and next-day email support service available on.
Samaritans provides confidential non-judgemental support, 24 hours a day for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide.
Pieta House offers specialised treatment to clients who self-harm, suffer from suicidal ideation or have made multiple suicide attempts. Clients receive an intensive programme of one-to-one counselling lasting about four to six weeks. Pieta House is a non-profit organisation and their service is FREE of CHARGE. They now have branches at Ballyfermot, Finglas, Limerick, Tallaght.
One in Four professionally supports men and women who have experienced sexual violence, many of them during childhood. Our aim is to reduce the incidence of sexual abuse by intervening in key areas of the cycle of abuse. We do this through psychotherapy, advocacy and prevention services.
The RISE Foundation was founded by Frances Black in 2009, and focusses on family members of those with addictive behaviour (alcohol, drugs, gambling, food or sex addiction). RISE (Recovery In a Safe Environment) are dedicated to working towards helping family members to free themselves from the stress, anxiety and worry of having a loved one with addictive behaviour and to understand the nature of addiction and the profound effects it has on relationships.
The HSE QUIT service is an interactive smoking cessation support service. The service delivers stop smoking behavioural support via phone, web, text and social media. The service is friendly, positive, supportive and non-judgemental. The website has lots of useful information about smoking, the health risks and tips on quitting and has a useful Facebook page which has testimonials from other people who have quit smoking and who share their tips. They also have a Freephone Quitline.
Phone: 1800 201 203.
Text QUIT to 50100
The Everyman Centre was established in 1998 to provide medical and counselling services for men in the area of sexual and reproductive health.The Clinical Director, Dr. Tom Kelly, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., Dip in Human Sexuality, has been practising Sexual and Reproductive Medicine for over twenty-five years.
Website: http://www.everymancentre.ie/ Phone: 01 678 8010
This website has been developed by the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention www.nosp.ie as part of the ‘Your Mental Health’ awareness campaign, which aims to improve awareness and understanding of mental health and well-being in Ireland. This is particularly important in the present economic climate when we are under financial pressures, losing our job or facing relationship difficulties.
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Provides helpline and email support, information, guidance & referral to anyone with a question or concern related to drugs and alcohol. Confidential and free.
Freephone: 1800 459 459 firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening Hours: Open Monday to Friday from 9.30-5.30.
The Irish Sleep Apnoea Trust (ISAT) is a non-political, non-profit making Voluntary Patient Support Group for sufferers (and their families) of Sleep Apnoea.
Phone: (086) 605 3891
Skills to Work is a new Irish Government jobs campaign, aimed at making it easier for jobseekers and employers to know what Government skills initiatives are available to them.
- Overeaters Anonymous (OA) is a fellowship of men and women from all walks of life who meet in order to help solve a common problem – compulsive overeating, which includes obesity, anorexia and bulimia.
Phone: 021 486 7907