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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.
Jigsaw is a network of programmes across Ireland designed to make sure every young person has somewhere to turn to and someone to talk to. They provide support to people with mental health issues like drugs and alcohol, body image, bullying, feeling anxious, feeling low, loss and grief, self-harm and more. There are 10 different Jigsaw locations (Clondalkin, Donegal, Dublin 15, Galway, Kerry, Meath, North Fingal, Offaly, Roscommon, & Tallaght)
Bodywhys provides support to people affected by eating disorders and their family.
Their services include:
Their website has information on eating disorders, treatment options, and how to support someone.
Aware provide support and assistance to people affected by depression, bipolar and mood disorders. Aware has support groups around the country. Helpline and next-day email support service available. Aware have a freephone helpline that is open Monday-Sunday from 10am to 10pm - 1800 80 48 48.
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 thier service is FREE of CHARGE. They now have branches at Ballyfermot, Finglas, Lucan, Limerick, Tallaght, Kerry, Tipperary and Galway.
MyMind provide accessible and affordable counselling and psychotherapy services in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.
Their fees are based on employment status, so if you're unemployed or a student, you can access their service with reduced rates.
MyMind Services include face-to-face counselling, online video sessions, and work-based counselling.
You can book an appointment on their website.
The Donegal Women’s Centre is a space for women to heal and pursue their own development in a safe, caring and supportive environment.
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Step Out Ireland arranges social interaction groups where you can meet other people suffering from social anxiety, build up your levels of social confidence and feel a sense of belonging. Their Positive Steps Groups enable you to make friends with others in similar situations, make meaningful connections and leave the feeling of social isolation behind.
Jigsaw is a network of programmes across Ireland designed to make sure every young person has somewhere to turn to and someone to talk to. They provide support to people with mental health issues like drugs and alcohol, body image, bullying, feeling anxious, feeling low, loss and grief, self-harm and more. There are 11 different Jigsaw locations (Clondalkin, Donegal, Dublin 15, Galway, Kerry, Meath, North Fingal, Offaly, Roscommon, & Tallaght).
Jigsaw Dublin City accepts referrals from all areas within the Dublin City Council region. Click here to find out if your area is in the Dublin City Council region.
Turn2Me.org uses technology to promote mental wellbeing and help prevent suicide. This is a website that helps people get help, lets people know that they are not alone and facilitates a safe online community space that allows people to open up and reach out for help. Their Online Support Groups are facilitated by mental health professionals and Online Counselling is provided by professional Counsellors/Psychologists.
Traveller Counselling Service is a counselling service designed to meet the needs ot the Traveller community. It respects Traveller culture, identity, values and norms and works from a perspective of culture centred counselling and psychotherapy. They can help people going through different issues, including:
The service is open to all members of the Traveller community over the age of 18. It is free of charge.
Mindspace Mayo is a free and confidential support service for young people’s mental health and wellbeing. Mindspace’s aim is to support young people aged 15-25 who are going through a difficult time to ensure they get the support they need.