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BeLonGTo

BeLonG To is a national online youth service for Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) young people in Ireland. They believe that the problems which LGBT young people experience are largely due to negative societal attitudes, and so work to change these attitudes. This is done by training teachers and youth workers, running awareness campaigns in schools and youth services and working with government departments to ensure that LGBT young people are heard so that positive social change occurs.

01 670 6223 Visit Website Find out more

PositiveOptions.ie

Positive Options.ie was created to promote State-funded crisis pregnancy counselling services. Its stated aim is to make women aware of the existence of a range of high-quality, State-funded, crisis pregnancy counselling services that can assist them in finding a resolution to a crisis pregnancy. Positive Options does not provide medical or counselling services directly.

Freetext 'list' to 50444 Visit Website Find out more

Mayo CPCS

Free Crisis Pregnancy Counselling. Information on parenting and support after the birth. Information on adoption and referral to other specialist organisations
If requested, contact details of abortion clinics will be given as part of a face to face crisis pregnancy counselling session in which all choices are discussed – parenting, adoption and abortion.
Outreach service available to Ballina. Free post-abortion counselling and support.

1890 200 022 Find out more

Here2Help Dublin

Here2Help provides a range of information and support around parenting before as well as after the birth of the child. This includes legal information, support around social welfare applications and housing, referral to other relevant support services, etc. As a registered adoption agency Here2Help provides a full adoption service to anyone wishing to explore this option. This includes a temporary foster care option after the birth of the child to allow time for a final decision to be made.

If requested, contact details of abortion clinics will be given as part of a face to face crisis pregnancy counselling session in which all choices are discussed – parenting, adoption and abortion. Counselling and support is available to anyone involved in a crisis pregnancy situation, including partners, family members and others. Counselling and support following an abortion (whether immediately or years later) is provided for anyone involved, including partners and family members.

1850 67 33 33 Visit Website Find out more

Bray Women’s Health Centre

Information on parenting and support after the birth. Information on adoption and referral to other specialist organisations. If requested, contact details of abortion clinics will be given as part of a face-to-face crisis pregnancy counselling session in which all choices are discussed – parenting, adoption and abortion. Counselling available for partners/ family members/ others affected by crisis pregnancy.
Free post abortion counselling and support. Free post abortion medical check-ups.

0818227034 Visit Website Find out more

Femplus Clinic

Offers free pregnancy testing and crisis pregnancy counselling.Offers free pregnancy testing and crisis pregnancy counselling. Offers free pregnancy testing and crisis pregnancy counselling. 

Information on adoption and referral to other specialist organisations. If requested, contact details of abortion clinics will be given as part of a face-to-face crisis pregnancy counselling session in which all choices are discussed – parenting, adoption and abortion.

01 8210999 Visit Website Find out more

Ballinasloe CPS

This service offers free crisis pregnancy counselling as well as information on pregnancy after the birth. Information on adoption and referral to other specialist organisations. If requested, contact details of abortion clinics will be given as part of a face-to-face crisis pregnancy counselling session in which all choices are discussed – parenting, adoption and abortion. Free post abortion counselling and support.

1850 200 600 Find out more

GOSHH (Gender, Orientation, Sexual Health and HIV)

GOSHH is a charity which provides a safe, confidential, welcoming environment for everyone we work with. Our office is based in Limerick City and we work throughout the Counties of Limerick, Clare, and North Tipperary. GOSHH working in the area of Sexual Health promotion, LBGTQI and HIV support. It offers information, training and counselling on all sexual health issues, including HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B and C. It provides a range of support services for those whose lives are affected by HIV/AIDS. Training and workshops available please contact the office.

061 314354 Visit Website Find out more

Here2Help

Here2Help Crisis Pregnancy Services is one of the ‘Positive Options’ agencies funded by the HSE Crisis Pregnancy Programme, as well as through fundraising events and private donations. Through their two bases in Dublin 14 and Cavan they provide counselling and support in relation to all the options available in a crisis pregnancy situation:  Parenting, Adoption and Abortion.

Here2Help is also accredited by the Adoption Authority of Ireland to provide a full, voluntary adoption service to birth parents considering this option

01 216 6300 Visit Website Find out more

HIV and Sexual Health Helpline

Provides helpline and email support, information, guidance & referral to anyone with a question or concern related to HIV and sexual health. Confidential and free.

Freephone: 1800 459 459 Find out more

SheInfo.ie

This website is a result of research carried out with young women in Donegal by the Letterkenny Women’s Centre, funded by the Crisis Pregnancy Agency to ascertain the range of sexual health needs of young women in Donegal region and their experiences trying to meet those needs. There was a mix of educational backgrounds and groups with special needs, including early school leavers, young women with disabilities and young women Travellers. The young women requested that a website be developed with the main aim being to give practical information about costs and all currents services available in relation to sexual health in Donegal and Northern Ireland.

(074) 912 4985 Visit Website Find out more

Everyman Centre

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. He has also worked in the Dublin Well Woman Centre for over twenty years. He was one of the pioneers in the training of doctors and nurses in Family Planning and Sexual Medicine in Ireland. He has presented original research at national and international conferences and has written for both the medical and lay press. He is the author of the chapter on Ireland in the "International Encyclopaedia of Sexuality".

01 678 8010 Visit Website Find out more
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