Community Groups

Sligo Social Service provides family support services, housing services, counselling and open-access services in the Sligo area.

Mindspace Mayo provides free and confidential support in person for young people aged 12-25 in Mayo.

The Irish Stammering Association provides information and resources for people in Ireland who stammer.

Crosscare Migrant Project provides information, advocacy and support to Irish emigrants and people who have moved to Ireland.

Alone provides various support services to older people (60+) throughout Ireland, including housing support, tech assistance and befriending.

Volunteer Ireland provides support to local volunteer centres and information on volunteering opportunities nationwide.

Not so Different is a social enterprise that supports individuals who are neurologically diverse, including those with Autism, move towards employment.

With core funding provided by TUSLA it is one of 108 family resource centres which form a national community development and family support programme throughout Ireland.

Galway Community Café is a free out-of-hours adult mental health service designed and run by people with lived experience of mental health challenges, and / or supporting those with lived experience.

EPIC provides advice and support for young people, children and adults in the care system in Ireland, including preparation for leaving care and after care.

Family Centres offer a range of therapeutic supportive interventions to children up to the age of 18 years and their parents or carers.

ADHD Ireland provides support and services for people with ADHD & those who support them, including support groups, courses & helplines.

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