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Helpline and online support, offering advice and support to children and young people under 18.
The Childline phoneline is 24 hours every day at 1800 666 666.
Childine online chat is available every day from 10am - 4pm. You can start a chat here.
Childline text lines are free and can be contacted by sending the word 'TEXT' to 50101.
BeLonG To is a national online youth service for Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) young people in Ireland.
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The City of Dublin Education Training Board (CDETB) Young Adult Education and Training Guidance Service offers career guidance counselling services to young people age 16-25 living in or engaging with services & projects Dublin 1, 3, and 7.
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You can also find them on their Facebook page.
Youth Work Ireland provides quality youth services, aiming to develop the potential of young people and strenghten communities across Ireland.
The Lourdes Youth Community Services offer 40 Early School Leavers the opportunity to gain certified training in FETAC Levels 3 & 4 in a range of modules and subjects.
Available courses include Woodwork and construction, Sport & Recreation, Early Childhood Education & Care Support, Pathway to Employment and Job and College Preparation Course.
CanTeen Ireland is a nation-wide support group for young people who have or have had cancer, and for their brothers, sisters and friends. They organise weekends away throughout the year and also organise regular meetings for participants to chat and share stories.
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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.
Galway Diocesan Youth Services (GDYS) is located at Tagaste House or 'No 4' as it is known is a Drop in Centre for young people between 15 and 25 years of age. The centre has an open-door policy, whereby all young people are welcome to use the service.
GDYS counselling service is available to young people between 15 and 25 years of age. People under 18 years of age require the consent of their parent or guardian. The service operates on Tuesday's and Wednesday's and accepts self referrals as well as referrals from other agencies and services.
GYIC is part of a national network of 30 Youth Information Centres. GYIC offers a Ôone stop shop' where young people aged 15-25 can access information on a range of subjects: education, employment and training, travel.
Youth Information Centres are centres located around Ireland that provide free, confidential information for young people and for people who work with young people. They hold information on subjects like education, employment, careers, rights and entitlements, sport, leisure, travel and European opportunities for young people