Below are a list of useful services with a brief explanation on what each services has to offer.



Aware continues to maintain and develop depression and related mood disorder support services. Our aim is to reach as many people as possible, and by providing online support options as well as face-to-face options our organisation can really make a difference.

Phone: 1890 303 302




Childline is a part of the ISPCC (The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children). There are several ways to get in touch with us. There is a telephone service, there is an online service and there is a mobile phone texting service.

Phone: 1800 66 66 66

Text: 50101




GROW’s mission is to nurture mental health, personal growth, prevention and full recovery from all kinds of mental illness.

Phone: 1890 474 474





Providing befriending 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to those passing through personal crisis.

Phone: 116 123



You can also call your preferred branch of Samaritans in Ireland.



Teen-Line Ireland is a free-phone service open every day of the week from 8pm to 11pm. Now we also open early on Wednesday – 4pm to 11pm. All calls are confidential.

Phone: 1800 833 634


Website: TeenLine Ireland


Suicide and Bereavement


Pieta House

Pieta House offers a specialised treatment programme for people who have suicidal ideation or who participate in self-harming behaviours.

Phone (to arrange appointment): 01 601 00 00



Living Links

Living Links Providing assertive outreach support to the suicide bereaved.

Phone: 087 412 2052


Website: Living Links


Drugs and Alcohol


National Drugs & HIV

Phone: 1800 459 459


Website: is an independent website managed by The Ana Liffey Drug Project.  Our mission is to help individuals, families and communities prevent and/or address problems arising from drug and alcohol use.


Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

Phone : 01 4538998

Email :





Gay Switchboard

Phone: 01 872 1055



The LGBT Helpline is a non-judgmental and confidential service providing listening, support and information to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, their family and friends, and to those who are questioning if they might be LGBT. The National LGBT Helpline service is provided by a network of trained volunteers from a number of local LGBT helplines.

Phone: 1890 929 539



Sexual Health and Pregnancy


Irish Family Planning Association

The Irish Family Planning Association (IFPA) is Ireland’s leading sexual health charity. The organisation promotes the right of all people to sexual and reproductive health information and dedicated, confidential and affordable healthcare services.

Phone: 1850 495 051 (pregnancy helpline)

1850 425 262 (contraceptive info)




Life Pregnancy Care Ireland Ltd was established in 1981 and is a non-denominational, non-advocacy organisation registered for charitable purposes. We provide help and support to people facing an unplanned pregnancy, post-pregnancy and post-abortion. Our support includes homeless accommodation, parenting and pre-natal classes and a counselling service. Our ethos is based on one simple principle: Caring and compassion for those in crisis

Phone: 1850 281 281





Crisis Pregnancy may be hard to face.  It can help to talk to someone. Talk to us today, we will listen.

Phone: 1850 622626




Eating Disorders



Our vision is that people affected by eating disorders will have their needs met through the provision of appropriate, integrated, quality services being delivered by a range of statutory, private and voluntary agencies.

Phone: 1890 200 444




St Patricks mental health services Dublin.

Phone number:01 249 3333



Eating disorder centre Cork

Phone number: 021- 453 9900


Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence


One in Four

One in four people in Ireland experience sexual abuse. It might be you, someone you care about or someone you’re friendly with.

Phone: 01 662 4070





Aoibhneas was established in 1988 to respond to the needs of women and children suffering violence in their home. Aoibhneas operates a 24 hour helpline service, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

Phone: 01 8670 701




Women’s Aid

Women’s Aid knows how difficult it can be living with domestic violence. That is why we offer free, confidential support and information. We listen to you and talk to you about your situation. We won’t judge you or tell you what to do. We won’t tell anyone you’ve been in touch with us. We can discuss your options and help you plan your safety. We can support you by sitting down with you to you explore the various options available to you. We can also go to court with you.

Phone: 1800 341 900



Support for Parents



We offer support, guidance and information on all aspects of being a parent and the reassurance that, whatever the problem, you’re not the first parent to face it. Sometimes, all you could need is a listening ear.

Phone: 1890 927277




If you’re worried that you or someone you know is at risk of suicide of harm you should immediately contact your local GP or go to the nearest Accident and Emergency department. Contact your local doctor, listed under “General Practitioners” in the Golden Pages or visit