Resources

Men’s – Centres/groups/networks

Ballymun Men’s Centre

36 Shangan Road, Dublin 9
Phone: (01) 862 3117

aims to tackle the marginalization and disadvantage of men through the provision of services, and lobbying for social change


Ballymun Men’s Development Network

Sillogue Road, Dublin 11
Phone: (01) 862 2194

aims to tackle the marginalization and disadvantage of men through the provision of services, and lobbying for social change


Catholic Men and Womenís Society

CYMS Hall, 2A Irishtown Road, Dublin 4
Phone: (01) 496 0393
(01) 668 9905


Cork Men’s Action Group

Education and Rights Resource Centre, 5 Churchfield Avenue, Cork City
Phone: Tel/Fax: (021) 430 7969


Ionad na nDaoine Centre

36 Ardmore Avenue, Knocknaheeny/Hollyhill, Cork City


Irish Men’s Network


Phone: Text only to (085) 746 9342

helps with separation, divorce, depression, parenting, etc.


Mahon Menís Art Group

Avenue de Rennes, Mahon, Co. Cork
Phone: (021) 435 9070

Mahon Community Development Project


ManKind Project

Mature Masculinity – an empowered approach to being a man in todayís world. We help all kinds of men, from all walks of life face challenges. We commit ourselves to living lives guided by timeless values.


Mayfield Men’s Group

Ard Bhaile Community Centre, Old Youghal Road, Cork City
Phone: (021) 450 2471
Mobile (088) 690 6942


Men Alone in No Man’s Land (MAIN)

22a Summerhill Court, Summerhill, Dublin 1,
Phone: (01) 8984026

Do you feel you have nowhere to go? Do you feel separated from your family, community and other social networks?


Men and Women

Catholic Men and Womenís Society, CYMS Hall, 2A Irishtown Road, Dublin 4
Phone: (01) 496 0393
(01) 668 9905


Men as Learners and Elders (MALES)


Phone: (085) 118 9014
(087) 148 1197

Directs men in lifelong spiritual learning; trains men as elders; maintains an ongoing relationship with participants; provides men’s rites of passage and develops additional rites as needed.


Men’s Action Network (MAN)

2 Dacre Terrace, Derry, BT48 6JU, Northern Ireland
Phone: From Republic (048) 7137 7777

Promotes men’s health, crisis support, self-awareness and self-development.


Men’s Development Network

30 O’Connell St., Waterford
Phone: (051) 844 260/1

Promotes better lives for men, better lives for all. It works locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.


Men’s Education Initiative

Development Worker, Mevagh Resource Centre, Downings, Co. Donegal.
Phone: (074) 915 5055

visits men in isolated rural areas of Donegal and keeps in touch with them.


Men’s Work Ireland

8 Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2
Phone: (01) 296 2839

helps release the courage, authenticity, communication skills, wisdom, respect, and zest for life that is within all men.


Miles, Men In Limerick Experiencing Separation



Social Services Centre, Upper Henry St., Limerick.
Phone: Confidential support line: (087) 2 603 603.

a support group for men coping with the effects of relationship breakdown, or who are separated from their family.


National Menís Council of Ireland.


Phone: (071) 966 7138;
(021) 430 2128

In keeping with the Irish Constitution, it extols the virtue and value of the two-parent, marriage-based family as the foundation of society.


Northern Ireland, a directory of organizations and services for men in


Partners in Faith

72 Saint Anthony’s Road, Rialto, Dublin 8
Phone: (01)453 5348

An agency for the personal and social development of adults from a faith perspective.


Rainmaker Studio, Limerick

Rainmaker Studio, Garranmore, Pallasgrean, Co. Limerick
Phone: (086) 107 7833

Men gather with a common purpose: to grow through creating a safe, secure space where they can share life experiences, explore a deeper meaning of life and search for truth, learn from each other, and explore and challenge the male stereotype that prevails in our culture.


Roscommon Integrated Development Co.

Castle St., Roscommon Town, Co. Roscommon
Phone: Fax (090) 662 7478

is the integrated LEADER Partnership Company for Co. Roscommon. Its core responsibility is the delivery of the Rural Development Programme (RDP) and the Local Development Social Inclusion Programme (LDSIP).


Simon Community, Dublin


Phone: (01) 671 5363

The Simon Community provides the following services in Dublin: -
- Alcohol Support and Aftercare Service, for homeless or recently re-settled men and women with alcohol issues. Tel. (01) 679 2391 – ask for the aftercare team. Fax (01) 671 7760.
- Detox Unit, Usherís Island, Dublin 8. A 21 day medical detox unit for homeless men and women. Tel. (01) 675 9950. Fax (01) 675 9922.
- Emergency Shelter, 27 Harcourt St., Dublin 2, for homeless men and women. Tel. (01) 475 9357. Fax (01) 475 9292.
- Learning and Development Service, 1-2 Georgeís Place, Dublin 1. Tel. (010 878 8783. Fax (01) 878 8926. Mobile (086) 854 4389.
- Rehab/Detox: Tel. (01) 679 2391.
- Resettlement Service provides support for homeless men and women who wish to move to independent living. Tel. (01) 872 0519. Fax (01) 872 2378.
- Residential Alcohol Service, Usherís Island, Dublin 8. A twelve week residential programme for homeless men and women with alcohol issues. Tel. (01) 679 2391. Fax (01) 671 7660.
- Rough Sleepers Team: Tel. (01) 872 0185.
- Supported Housing, SeŠn MacDermott St., Dublin 1. For homeless men and women with low support needs. Tel. (01) 836 3450. Fax (01) 853 3211.
- Supported Housing, Hazelwood House, Ranelagh, Dublin 6. For homeless men and women with low support needs. Tel. (01) 406 2314. Fax (01) 406 2339.
- Supported Housing, North Circular Road, Dublin 7. For homeless men and women with high support needs. Tel. (01) 869 0826. Fax (01) 868 9419.
- Tenancy Sustainment Service, 4th floor, Callaghan House, 13-16 Dame St., Dublin 2. Tel. (01) 674 9225.


Time 4 Us


43 Shantalla Road, Galway.
Phone: (091) 860 018

A Relaxed Child-Friendly Space. Time 4 Us provides a child-friendly space where children can meet and play with their non-resident parent, helping to nurture a loving relationship.

Opening Hours
o Tuesday to Friday:
o 12.00 pm to 8.00 pm
* Saturday & Sunday: 12.00 pm to 6.00 pm


Wheel, The

Irish Social Finance Centre, 10 Grattan Crescent, Inchicore, Dublin 8
Phone: (01) 454 8727

provides support and representation for the community and voluntary sector.


Young Menís Studies, Centre for.

the University of Ulster promotes the voice, needs, and interests of young men through action research, training, and the dissemination of learning. Contact: Ken Harland.


Youth Council of Ireland, National

3 Montague St., Dublin 2
Phone: (01) 478 4122

is the representative body for national voluntary youth organizations.


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