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Suicide support services around Ireland

There are a number of services around the country offering support to anyone who is feeling suicidal


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If you or someone you know is feeling suicidal, there are a number of services around the country that can offer support. Many of these services offer free in-person counselling sessions, providing a safe space for you to talk about how you’re feeling and find ways to cope with suicidal thoughts. A number of these services also offer support to those who have lost someone to suicide.

If you are in distress and need help now, you can call the Pieta House 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247 or call Samaritans at 116 123.

If you are in crisis and you find yourself in an emergency situation, visit your closest A&E and tell them you need help.

Find your county below to find out about services in your area:

I can’t find a service in my area

If you are having trouble finding a service close to you, visit your GP as soon as possible and ask to be referred to a mental health service in your area. They should be able to tell you where the closest service is and can make arrangements for you to be seen.

You can also reach out to friends, family, a guidance counsellor, or someone you trust and let them know what's going on.

To talk to someone now, you can call Pieta House 24/7 at 1800 247 247. Their helpline is open to anyone who is feeling suicidal or engaging in self harm.

Suicide support services in Carlow

There are currently no suicide support organisations in Carlow, but that does not mean there is no support and mental health care near you. Visit your GP and ask to be referred to a local service, or reach out to a guidance counsellor, family, friends, or someone else you trust.

You could also consider attending a service in Laois, Kildare, Wicklow, Wexford or Kilkenny if you are able to travel to a nearby county.

To talk to someone now, you can call Pieta House 24/7 at 1800 247 247. Their helpline is open to anyone who is feeling suicidal or engaging in self harm.

Suicide support services in Cavan

SOSAD Ireland

SOSAD Ireland offer free counselling and in-person support at their centres, including providing a safe and comfortable space where you can talk about how you are feeling, a meeting to establish what your needs are, and professional counselling, bereavement support, and follow-up support.

The SOSAD office in Cavan has a drop-in centre from 10am to 3pm Monday to Friday, and you can also call or email the office to arrange to come in and see someone.

  • Address: 26 Bridge Street, Cavan Town
  • Opening Hours: 10am - 6pm; Drop-In Centre: 10am - 3pm
  • Website: sosadireland.ie
  • Email: sosadcavan@gmail.com
  • Phone (24 hours): 049-4326339

Suicide support services in Clare

There are currently no suicide support organisations in Clare, but that does not mean there is no support and mental health care near you. Visit your GP and ask to be referred to a local service, or reach out to a guidance counsellor, family, friends, or someone else you trust.

You could also consider attending a service in Galway, Tipperary or Limerick if you are able to travel to a nearby county.

To talk to someone now, you can call Pieta House 24/7 at 1800 247 247. Their helpline is open to anyone who is feeling suicidal or engaging in self harm.

Suicide support services in Cork

Pieta House

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House Cork, Shanakiel, Sunday's Well, Cork, T23 P865
  • Opening Hours: 9am - 8pm Monday - Thursday; 9am - 6pm Friday; 10am - 2pm Saturday; Closed Sundays
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 021-4395333
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Shine

Shine are a support organisation for people with mental ill health. They offer a free counselling service to anyone who needs it no matter what stage of illness you are at or how complex your needs.

  • Address: Shine Cork, 14a Washington Street West, Cork City
  • Opening Hours: 9am-5pm, Monday - Friday
  • Website: shine.ie/services/counselling
  • Phone: 086 040 1657
  • Email: counsellingcork@shine.ie

National Traveller Mental Health Service (West Cork)

The National Traveller Mental Health Service is a Traveller specific mental health and suicide prevention service. They offer individual, confidential support to Travellers in Cork through the West Cork Travellers Centre.

  • Contact: Laura Statham, Clinical Worker
  • Phone: 087 112 6266
  • Email: laura.statham@exchangehouse.ie

Suicide support services in Donegal

Pieta House

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House North West, 3rd Floor, Grand Central Building, Canal Road, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal
  • Opening Hours: 10am-5pm, Monday - Friday
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 074-9126594
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Suicide support services in Dublin

Pieta House Ballyfermot

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House Ballyfermot, Canon Troy House, Chapelizod Hill Road, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10
  • Opening Hours: 9am-9pm, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday; 9am-7pm Wednesday; 9am-5pm Friday; Closed Weekends.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 01-6235606
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Pieta House Collins Avenue

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: 309 Collins Avenue, Whitehall, Dublin 9
  • Opening Hours: 9am-9pm Monday - Thursday; Morning appointments available on Fridays; Closed Weekends.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 01-8840532
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Pieta House Dublin North

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House Dublin North, Unit 22, Santry Way, Dublin 9
  • Opening Hours: 9am-9pm Monday - Friday; 10am-2pm Saturday; Closed Sundays.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 01-8831000
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Pieta House Dublin South

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House Dublin South, First Floor, Greenhills Retail Park, Greenhills Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24
  • Opening Hours: 9am-9pm Monday - Thursday; 9am-7pm Friday; 9am-2pm Saturday; Closed Sundays.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 01-4624792
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Pieta House Lucan

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House Lucan, Lucan Road, Lucan, Dublin
  • Opening Hours: 9am-9pm Monday - Friday; 9am-2pm Saturday; Closed Sundays.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 01-6010000
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Pieta House X BeLongTo In Reach Service (LGBTI+ specific)

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: BeLongTo, 13 Parliament Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
  • Opening Hours: 9am-2pm Tuesday & Wednesday
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 085 856 4881
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Shine

Shine are a support organisation for people with mental ill health. They offer a free counselling service to anyone who needs it no matter what stage of illness you are at or how complex your needs.

  • Address: Shine Dublin, 13 Belvedere Court, Dublin 1
  • Opening Hours: 9am-5pm, Monday - Friday
  • Website: shine.ie/services/counselling
  • Phone: 01-8601622
  • Email: counsellingdublin@shine.ie

Traveller Counselling Service

The Traveller Counselling Service offer free counselling services to Travellers in a comfortable setting. As well as supporting those with suicidal thoughts, they can help with feelings of depression, anxiety, relationship or family problems, drugs and alcohol abuse, LGBTI+ issues, and physical or sexual abuse.

There are currently counsellors in the Dublin area in the following locations:

  • The Parish of the Traveller People, Phibsborough
  • Dublin City Centre
  • Tallaght
  • Fingal
  • Clondalkin

Contact:

National Traveller Mental Health Service

The National Traveller Mental Health Service is a Traveller specific mental health and suicide prevention service. They offer individual, confidential support to Travellers in Dublin.

  • Contact: Sarah Corby, Social Worker
  • Phone: 01-685 2435
  • Mobile: 087 204 7757
  • Email: sarah.corby@exchangehouse.ie

Suicide support services in Galway

Pieta House Galway

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House Galway, 2nd Floor Lismoyle House, Merchants Road, Galway
  • Opening Hours: 9am-5pm Monday - Wednesday; 9am-8pm Thursday; 9am-5pm Friday; 10am-2pm Saturday; Closed Sundays.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 091-502921
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Pieta House West

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House West, Bishop St, Townparks (4th Division), Tuam, Co Galway
  • Opening Hours: 9am-5pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday; 9am-8pm Wednesday; 10am-2pm Saturday; Closed Sundays.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 093-25586
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Samaritans Galway

Samaritans offer face-to-face support in their Galway branch. This is a quiet, private space where you can speak to a volunteer about how you are feeling.

You can also call Samaritans for free any time of the day or night at 116 123.

Suicide support services in Kerry

Pieta House Kerry

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House Kerry, 28 Moyderwell, Tralee, County Kerry
  • Opening Hours: 9am-8pm Monday & Thursday; 9am-6pm Tuesday & Wednesday; 9am-5pm Friday; Closed Weekends.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 066-7163660
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Suicide support services in Kildare

There are currently no suicide support organisations in Kildare, but that does not mean there is no support and mental health care near you. Visit your GP and ask to be referred to a local service, or reach out to a guidance counsellor, family, friends, or someone else you trust.

You could also consider attending a service in Dublin, Meath, Westmeath, Offaly or Wicklow if you are able to travel to a nearby county.

To talk to someone now, you can call Pieta House 24/7 at 1800 247 247. Their helpline is open to anyone who is feeling suicidal or engaging in self harm.

Suicide support services in Kilkenny

Samaritans Kilkenny

Samaritans offer face-to-face support in their Galway branch. This is a quiet, private space where you can speak to a volunteer about how you are feeling.

You can also call Samaritans for free any time of the day or night at 116 123.

  • Address: Kilkenny Carlow Samaritans, Waterford Road, Kilkenny, Co. Kilkenny
  • Opening Hours: 10am-9pm Monday; 2pm-9pm Tuesday - Thursday; 10am-9pm Friday; 2pm-9pm Saturday; 5pm-9pm Sunday.
  • Website: samaritans.org/branches/kilkenny/
  • Phone (24 Hours): 116 123

Teac Tom

Teac Tom provide emergency response to suicide, free counselling services, and a 24 hour listening service.

Suicide support services in Laois

Teac Tom

Teac Tom provide emergency response to suicide, free counselling services, and a 24 hour listening service.

Suicide support services in Leitrim

North West STOP

North West STOP offer a counselling service to those who are in distress or are feeling suicidal. They also offer support to people who have lost someone to suicide and run a bereavement support group.

  • Address: Bee Park Resource Centre, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim
  • Website: northweststop.ie
  • Phone: 1850 211 877
  • Email: stopsuicide.ie@gmail.com

Suicide support services in Limerick

Pieta House Midwest

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House Midwest, Ardaulin, Mungret, Limerick
  • Opening Hours: 9am-5pm Monday, Wednesday & Friday; 9am-8pm Tuesday & Thursday;10am-2pm Saturday; Closed Sundays.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 061-484444
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Samaritans Limerick

Samaritans offer face-to-face support in their Galway branch. This is a quiet, private space where you can speak to a volunteer about how you are feeling.

You can also call Samaritans for free any time of the day or night at 116 123.

Community Crisis Response Team

The Community Crisis Response Team will travel to people who are in suicidal distress. If you or someone you know is feeling suicidal, you can call the crisis response team and they will send someone out to you, at any location.

  • Hours: 5am-6pm, 365 days of the year
  • Call or text: 085 177 7631 (distress line only)

Suicide support services in Longford

There are currently no suicide support organisations in Longford, but that does not mean there is no support and mental health care near you. Visit your GP and ask to be referred to a local service, or reach out to a guidance counsellor, family, friends, or someone else you trust.

You could also consider attending a service in Cavan, Leitrim, Westmeath or Meath if you are able to travel to a nearby county.

To talk to someone now, you can call Pieta House 24/7 at 1800 247 247. Their helpline is open to anyone who is feeling suicidal or engaging in self harm.

Suicide support services in Louth

SOSAD Ireland Drogheda

SOSAD Ireland offer free counselling and in-person support at their centres, including providing a safe and comfortable space where you can talk about how you are feeling, a meeting to establish what your needs are, and professional counselling, bereavement support, and follow-up support.

The SOSAD office in Cavan has a drop-in centre from 10am to 3pm Monday to Friday, and you can also call or email the office to arrange to come in and see someone.

  • Address: 30 Magdalene Street, Drogheda
  • Opening Hours: 10am - 6pm
  • Website: sosadireland.ie
  • Email: sosaddrogheda@gmail.com
  • Phone (24 hours): 041-9848754

SOSAD Ireland Dundalk

SOSAD Ireland offer free counselling and in-person support at their centres, including providing a safe and comfortable space where you can talk about how you are feeling, a meeting to establish what your needs are, and professional counselling, bereavement support, and follow-up support.

The SOSAD office in Cavan has a drop-in centre from 10am to 3pm Monday to Friday, and you can also call or email the office to arrange to come in and see someone.

  • Address: 42 Jocelyn Street, Dundalk
  • Opening Hours: 10am - 6pm
  • Website: sosadireland.ie
  • Email: sosaddundalk@gmail.com
  • Phone (24 hours): 042-9327311

Suicide support services in Mayo

Pieta House Outreach Service Ballina

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Family Resource Centre, Abbey Street, Ballina, Mayo
  • Opening Hours: 1pm-5pm Tuesdays; 9am-1pm Wednesdays.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 093-25586
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Suicide support services in Meath

SOSAD Ireland Navan

SOSAD Ireland offer free counselling and in-person support at their centres, including providing a safe and comfortable space where you can talk about how you are feeling, a meeting to establish what your needs are, and professional counselling, bereavement support, and follow-up support.

The SOSAD office in Cavan has a drop-in centre from 10am to 3pm Monday to Friday, and you can also call or email the office to arrange to come in and see someone.

  • Address: 29 Canon Row, Navan
  • Opening Hours: 10am - 6pm
  • Website: sosadireland.ie
  • Email: sosadnavan@gmail.com
  • Phone (24 hours): 046-9077682

Suicide support services in Monaghan

SOSAD Ireland Carrickmacross

SOSAD Ireland offer free counselling and in-person support at their centres, including providing a safe and comfortable space where you can talk about how you are feeling, a meeting to establish what your needs are, and professional counselling, bereavement support, and follow-up support.

The SOSAD office in Cavan has a drop-in centre from 10am to 3pm Monday to Friday, and you can also call or email the office to arrange to come in and see someone.

  • Address: 6 Parnell Street, Carrickmacross
  • Opening Hours: 10am - 6pm
  • Website: sosadireland.ie
  • Email: sosadcarrickmacross@gmail.com
  • Phone (24 hours): 042-9668992

Suicide support services in Offaly

Traveller Counselling Service

The Traveller Counselling Service offer free counselling services to Travellers in a comfortable setting. As well as supporting those with suicidal thoughts, they can help with feelings of depression, anxiety, relationship or family problems, drugs and alcohol abuse, LGBTI+ issues, and physical or sexual abuse.

The Traveller Counselling Service are operating in Tullamore in partnership with Offaly Traveller Movement.

National Traveller Mental Health Service

The National Traveller Mental Health Service is a Traveller specific mental health and suicide prevention service. They offer individual, confidential support to Travellers in Dublin.

  • Contact: Sandra Mc Donagh, Social Worker
  • Phone: 057-932 589
  • Mobile: 087 986 6805
  • Email: sandra.mcdonagh@exchangehouse.ie

Suicide support services in Roscommon

There are currently no suicide support organisations in Roscommon, but that does not mean there is no support and mental health care near you. Visit your GP and ask to be referred to a local service, or reach out to a guidance counsellor, family, friends, or someone else you trust.

You could also consider attending a service in Leitrim, Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Offaly or Westmeath if you are able to travel to a nearby county.

To talk to someone now, you can call Pieta House 24/7 at 1800 247 247. Their helpline is open to anyone who is feeling suicidal or engaging in self harm.

Suicide support services in Sligo

Pieta House Outreach Service Sligo

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Northside Resource Centre, Forthill, Sligo
  • Opening Hours: 10am - 2pm Fridays
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 074-9126594
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Suicide support services in Tipperary

Pieta House Roscrea

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: The Glebe, Ballyhall, Roscrea, Tipperary
  • Opening Hours: 9am-6pm Monday, Tuesday & Thursday; 9am-3pm Wednesday; 9am-2pm Friday; Closed Weekends.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 0505-22568
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Suicide support services in Waterford

Pieta House South East

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House South East, 20 Waterside, Waterford City, Waterford
  • Opening Hours: 9am-9pm Monday - Thursday; 9am-5pm Friday; Closed Weekends.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 051-858510
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Shine

Shine are a support organisation for people with mental ill health. They offer a free counselling service to anyone who needs it no matter what stage of illness you are at or how complex your needs.

  • Address: 1/2 Barronstrand Street, Waterford City
  • Opening Hours: 9am-5pm, Tuesday & Thursday; 10am-6pm
  • Website: shine.ie/services/counselling
  • Phone: 086 014 2105
  • Email: counsellingwaterford@shine.ie

Suicide support services in Westmeath

Pieta House Midlands

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House Midlands, Seán Costello Street, Athlone, Co. Westmeath
  • Opening Hours: 10am-8pm Monday & Thursday; 10am-6pm Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday; Closed Weekends.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 090-642 4111
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Samaritans Athlone

Samaritans offer face-to-face support in their Galway branch. This is a quiet, private space where you can speak to a volunteer about how you are feeling.

You can also call Samaritans for free any time of the day or night at 116 123.

  • Address: 3 Court Devenish, Athlone
  • Opening Hours: 2pm-10pm Monday & Thursday; 11am-10pm Tuesday, Friday & Saturday; 10am-10pm Wednesday; Closed Sundays
  • Website: samaritans.org/branches/athlone/
  • Phone (24 Hours): 116 123

Suicide support services in Wexford

Pieta House Wexford

Pieta House offer a free service to those who are feeling suicidal or are engaging in self harm, and their friends and family. Their services include free sessions with a therapist, bereavement support, and a free 24 hour helpline.

To find out more about their services and arrange to visit their centre, call their free, 24 hour helpline at 1800 247 247.

  • Address: Pieta House Wexford, 14 Francis Street, Wexford
  • Opening Hours: 9am-9pm Monday & Thursday; 9am-8pm Tuesday; 9am-5pm Wednesday & Friday; Closed Weekends.
  • Website: pieta.ie
  • Office phone: 053-9122787
  • Free 24 Hour Helpline: 1800 247 247

Suicide support services in Wicklow

Traveller Counselling Service (Bray)

The Traveller Counselling Service offer free counselling services to Travellers in a comfortable setting. As well as supporting those with suicidal thoughts, they can help with feelings of depression, anxiety, relationship or family problems, drugs and alcohol abuse, LGBTI+ issues, and physical or sexual abuse.

The Traveller Counselling Service are operating in Bray.

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