Resources

Counselling

1Life Suicide Helpline


Phone: Helpline 1800 24 7 100

provides confidential professional counselling 24/7 for those at risk of self-harm.


Alba Counselling Service


Phone: 1800 234 112


Counselling for adults abused as children

HSE National Counselling Service
Phone: 1850 235 234


Counselling for fathers

CURA, in 16 centres nationwide.
Phone: Callsave 1850 622 626


Counselling for grandfathers

CURA, in 16 centres nationwide
Phone: Callsave 1850 622 626


Counselling for single women

One Family
Phone: LoCall 1890 662 212


Counselling for unmarried parents

One Family
Phone: LoCall 1890 662 212


Counselling in pregnancy

Cunamh, 30 South Anne St., Dublin 2
Phone: (01) 677 9664

Offers pregnancy counselling, short-term foster care, adoption and post-adoption services.


Counsellors Online

c/o Renewal Counselling & Psychotherapy, The Old Schoolhouse’, The Crescent, Lucan, Co.Dublin

to provide safe, secure and confidential counselling and therapeutic help online


Cunamh

30 South Anne St., Dublin 2
Phone: (01) 677 9664

Pre- and post-natal counselling counselling for girls, their partners and families, and advice for adoptive parents, and a search and re-union service for adult adoptees and birth parents.


Gamblers Anonymous

Carmichael House, North Brunswick, Dublin 7
Phone: (01) 872 1133


Laragh Counselling Service of the HSE


Phone: (01) 882 4100

for adult victims of child abuse. Itís nationwide, for over-18ís, and itís free


LIFE Pregnancy Care Service


Phone: Callsave 1850 281 281. Text (086) 663 8253.

Cork: 123 Patrick St. Tel. (021) 427 044.
Dublin: 29/30 Dame St, Dublin 2. (01) 679 8989.
Galway: Westside Resource Centre, Sťamus Quirke Road, Galway. (091) 587 575.
Letterkenny: 40b Port Road. (074) 91

offers free counselling, pregnancy test, accommodation, parenting, help with social welfare and medical entitlements.


Narcotics Anonymous

29 Bride St., Dublin 8
Phone: (01) 672 8000
Ulster 00 44 78 1017 2991; Munster (087) 138 6120; Leinster (086) 862 9308; Connaught (086) 814 9004.

a non-profit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem.


National Counselling Service.

Health Service Executive (HSE)
Phone: FreeFone 1800 235 235

It’s available Wed-Sun, 6-9 pm.


One Family

Cherish House, 2 Lr. Pembroke St., Dublin 2
Phone: LoCall 1890 662 212
(01) 662 9212

One Family (incorporating Cherish and Gingerbread Ireland) offers counselling for single pregnant women, unmarried parents and one-parent families.


Pact


Arabella House, 18d Nutgrove Office Park, Dublin 14
Phone: Callsave: 1850 673 333
(01) 296 2200

offers crisis pregnancy counselling and support.


Renewal Counselling & Psychotherapy

The Old Schoolhouse, The Crescent, Lucan, Co. Dublin


Suicide

Assistance of various kinds is available from the following: -
- 1Life provides counselling 24/7 for those at risk of self-harm. Helpline 1800 247 100.
- ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training), developed by a Canadian-based group called Living Works (www.livingworks.net), is available through the Health Service Executive. It is designed to help people become more ready, willing, and able to help those at risk of suicide.
- Console is a service of the Bereaved by Suicide Foundation. FreeFone 1800 201 890. Web: www.console.ie Email: info@console.ie It has branches in Dublin, Galway, Limerick, and Waterford.
- Headsup is linked to Rehab, and is orientated to teenagersí mental or emotional health issues. Text headsup to 50424.
- Irish Association of Suicidology is a forum for individuals and voluntary groups involved in any aspect of suicidology for the exchange of knowledge gained from differing perspectives and experiences. Serpentine Business Centre, PO Box 11634, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Tel. (01) 667 4900. Email: angelacoleman_3@yahoo.ie Web: www.ias.ie
- Living Links supports those bereaved by suicide. Web: www.livinglinks.ie Mobile: (087) 412 2052.
- National Office of Suicide Prevention: www.nosp.ie
- National Suicide Prevention Helpline 24/7: FreeFone 1800 247 100. Web: www.1life.ie
- National Suicide Research Foundation. Web: www.nosp.ie
- Reach Out: gives information on stress, anxiety, bullying, depression and suicide. Web: www.reachout.com Email: info@inspireireland.ie
- Samaritans: Callsave: 1850 609 090. LoCall Helpline 1890 301 320.
- Traveller Suicide Prevention, National Office. Tel. (01) 838 8874. Web: www.ptrav.ie Email: ntspo@crosscare.ie
- Turning The Tide on suicide (3Tís): 24/7 FreeFone 1800 247 100.
- Youth Suicide: Web: www.letsomeoneknow.ie
- Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland, Atrium Business Centre, Blackpool Retail Park, Blackpool, Cork City, aims to provide 24 hour access to trained counsellors for young people at risk of self-harm or suicide. Tel.(021) 242 7171; Fax (021) 238 0163. Dublin: 13 North King St., Dublin 7. Tel. (01) 524 0854Web: www.yspi.eu Email: admin@yspi.eu Text YOUTH to 087 773 0000 for an information pack to be sent to a mobile phone.


Trinity Adult Research Group for Education and Training (TARGET)

Donaghmede, Dublin 13
Phone: (01) 867 0279
(01) 848 8165 (Mon-Wed.)

provides counselling for adults in Donaghmede, Dublin.


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