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AHEAD provides information to students and graduates with disabilities, teachers, guidance counsellors and parents on disability issues in education.
Their information includes how to fill out the CAO and use the DARE scheme, supports available in your university or college, and adapting to a working environment with a helpline, workships, and training.
The Willing Able Mentoring (WAM) programme is a work placement programme for graduates with disabilities to gain experience in the workplace, offering mentored, paid work placements.
Amen provides a confidential helpline, a support and information service for male victims of domestic abuse. Their services include their confidential helpline, one-to-one support sessions, outreach clinics, counselling, court accompaniment, support group meetings, along with other training and support services.
Call their confidental helpline on 0818 222240 between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.
Whatever you drink, find out what it's doing to you healthwise on AskAboutAlcohol.ie
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.
BeLonG To is a national online youth service for Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) young people in Ireland.
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Bodywhys provides support to people affected by eating disorders and their family.
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Their website has information on eating disorders, treatment options, and how to support someone.
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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The CAO manage the application process to colleges and universities, or Irish Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), in Ireland.
You can apply for college and university places by filling out the CAO application online and by post.
For more information visit cao.ie
CervicalCheck - The National Cervical Screening Programme provides free smear tests to women aged 25 to 60. A smear test is a simple procedure that only takes minutes and is the most effective way to detect changes in the cells of the cervix. The site contains comprehensive information on how to, where and why you should have a cervical smear test done.
You can find out if you are registered to vote by visiting checktheregister.ie
If you are not registered to vote, you can download the voter registration forms you need.
The service is confidential, non-judgmental and free to contact from anywhere in Ireland. Children and young people up to the age of 18 can contact Childline at any time, about any issue which may be on their mind.
Childline’s online, phone and text services are all accessible to children and young people 24 hours a day, every day.
Children and young people can reach Childline in the following ways:
Chat online at Childline.ie
Call 1800 66 66 66
Text to 50101
The Children’s Rights Alliance is a coalition of over 100 organisations working to secure the rights of children in Ireland, by campaigning for the full implementation of the UN convention on the rights of the child. We aim to improve the lives of all children which are under 18 years, through securing the necessary changes in Ireland’s laws, policies and services.