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Provides support and information to families who know that their babies have died prior to delivery or is likely to live only a short time after delivery.
Seedlings- a grief support programme for 12-18 year olds and bereavement support for spouses. Also provides parish bereavement training and support/counselling.
One-to-one bereavement counselling available at the centre.
Offers affordable professional counselling in stress management for survivors of sexual, physical and psychological abuse, bereavement, marital and relationship issues, family problems, co-dependency, personal growth issues, depression drug/alcohol addiction and related problems.
The Oratory is home to Dochas, a support group for those suffering bereavement after suicide. Dochas can contacted anytime at 01-8200915 or 086 80 90 633.
Counselling service around addiction, bereavement, loss, suicide. Individual, group, family and couple counselling and psychotherapy. Home visits. No cost/low cost service or donations.
The Daughters of Charity can offer help with many family problems including communication difficulties and family conflict; separation and family break-up; difficulties with school attendance; children who have experienced violence in the home; sexual abuse; bereavement. Its services include Day-Care Nurseries, familycentres, a fostering service, aftercare service and a Springboard Project.
Cunamh provides a professional, comprehensive, confidential and caring service to all those who may need help, because of unplanned pregnancy, placing a child for adoption, parenthood through adoption or as adopted persons. The website gives information on their pregnancy counselling, short term fostercare, adoption, post adoption and information and trace services. All of their services are provided by professionally qualified social workers.
Cuidiu's motto is education and support for parenthood. Their aim is to provide information to parents which allows them to make informed choices about pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding. Cuidiu has branches that meet regularly around the State, and also run an Experience Register through which you can contact somebody else who has gone through a similar parenting experience, for example, suffered postnatal depression. For further details visit the website.
They aim to promote the well-being of bereaved people and to enable anyone bereaved by death to understand their grief and cope with their loss. The organisation provides support and offers information, education and training services. It is a free confidential, one to one, nondenominational service.
They operate a walk in-service every Thursday night from 8.00pm - 10.00pm. Telephone manned all the time and clients are seen within a day of making contact. Theyhave fully qualified counsellors and can offer offer male or female counsellors.
Bereavement support as part of the Palliative Care service