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Aware

Aware

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.

01 661 7211 Visit Website Find out more
Bodywhys

Bodywhys

Bodywhys provides support to people affected by eating disorders and their family.

Their services include:

  • A helpline (1890 200 444)
  • Support groups around the country
  • Online support groups
  • Email support service (alex@bodywhys.ie)

Their website has information on eating disorders, treatment options, and how to support someone.

01 283 4963 Visit Website Find out more
Crosscare

Crosscare

Crosscare offer a wide variety of outreach services in different locations: homeless, migrants, travellers, drugs and alcohol addiction, teen counselling, carer support and also disability awareness programmes.

01 836 0011 Visit Website Find out more

Farm and Rural Stress Helpline

HELPLINE 1800 742645 or HSE south Mental Health Resource Officer: 087 2995913 Visit Website Find out more
Gamblers Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous are a group of people who support each other and help each other recover from their gambling problem.

There are regular meetings around the country where you can talk about your problems with gambling in confidence. Find a full list of meering here.

Find contact details for different regions here.

01 8721133 Visit Website Find out more

GROW - National Office

GROW is a Mental Health Organisation helping people who have or are suffering from mental health problems. Members are helped to recover from all forms of mental breakdown, through the support members give each other. Grow also have a young adult section to their website and are currently developing resources for young adults in Ireland.

01 840 8236 Visit Website Find out more

GROW - Southeastern Region

GROW is a Mental Health Organisation helping people who have or are suffering from mental health problems. Members are helped to recover from all forms of mental breakdown, through the support members give each other. Grow also have a young adult section to their website and are currently developing resources for young adults in Ireland.

056 7761624 Visit Website Find out more

GROW - Southern Region

GROW is a Mental Health Organisation helping people who have or are suffering from mental health problems. Members are helped to recover from all forms of mental breakdown, through the support members give each other. Grow also have a young adult section to their website and are currently developing resources for young adults in Ireland.

021 4277520 Visit Website Find out more

GROW Eastern Region

GROW is a Mental Health Organisation helping people who have or are suffering from mental health problems. Members are helped to recover from all forms of mental breakdown, through the support members give each other. Grow also have a young adult section to their website and are currently developing resources for young adults in Ireland.

01 873 4029 Visit Website Find out more

HeadStrong (Jigsaw) - Head Office

Jigsaw projects across Ireland work with communities to better support young people's mental health and well being. The Jigsaw programme has been developed and supported by Headstrong, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health. Jigsaw works by engaging young people, organisations, families and other support agencies in the community, so that we are all better able to respond to the mental health and well being needs of young people aged 12-25.

01 472 7010 Visit Website Find out more

Hope House Addiction Treatment Centre

Hope House is a Rehabilitation Centre specialising in the treatment of alcohol, drugs, gambling and other dependencies. All prospective residents must be assessed prior to admission. Treatment The programme at Hope House is designed so that residents learn to become responsible for their own recovery. The treatment programme provides the tools and principles needed for living a sober and contented life. The 30 day programme adopts a holistic approach and provides individual counselling, family counselling, educational input, relaxation, meditation, and spiritual enrichment. The programme is broadly based on the Minnesota Model with Twelve Step work at its foundation. Cognotive Behavioural Therapy, Rational Emotive Therapy and Motivational Enhancement are among other approaches used.

094 9256888 Visit Website Find out more

HSE Child & Adolescent Psychology Community Services

056 7784754 Visit Website Find out more
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