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Helplines

Alcoholics Anonymous
109 South Circular Road, Dublin 8
Telephone: 01-453 8998
After Hours: 01-679 5967 or 679 5555
Email: ala@indigo.ie
Website: www.alcoholicsanonymous.ie


Alzheimer Society of Ireland
43 Northumberland Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin
Telephone: 01-2846616
Freephone: 1800-341-341
Email: info@alzheimer.ie
Website: www.alzheimer.ie


Amen
(Helpline for male victims of domestic abuse.)
St. Anne's Resource Centre, Railway St., Navan, Co. Meath
Helpline: 046-9023718
Email: info@amen.ie
Website: www.amen.ie


Aware
(Depression support organisation)
72 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2 Helpline: Locall 1890 303 302 (24 Hours)
Email: aware@webireland.ie
Website: www.aware.ie


Bodywhys
Eating Disorder Association of Ireland
We provide support, information and advocacy for people affected by eating disorders.

Helpline: Locall 1890 200 444
(Monday & Wednesday 7.30pm - 9.30pm)
(Tuesday & Friday 12.30pm - 2.30pm)
(Thursday 10am - 12 midday)

Email: info@bodywhys.ie
Email Support: alex@bodywhys.ie
Website: www.bodywhys.ie


Cherish
(Association for one parent families)
2 Lower Pembroke Street, Dublin 2 (just off Baggot Street)
Lo-Call Information Line: 1890 - 662 212
Email: info@cherish.ie
Website: www.cherish.ie


Childline
Contact: ISPCC Head Office
20 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
Childline Freephone: 1800 666 666
ISPCC Telephone: 01-679 4944
Email: ispcc@ispcc.ie
Website: http://www.ispcc.ie


Connect
Professional, out of hours, phone counseling for abuse survivors
Wednesday - Sunday 6-10pm
ROI: 1800 477 477
UK: 00800 477 477 77
www.connectcounselling.ie


Crime Victims Helpline
FREE PHONE 116 006


Drugs/HIV Helpline
We offer support, information, guidance and referral to anyone with a question or concern related to drug and alcohol use and/or HIV and sexual health.

Freephone: 1800 459 459


The Irish Epilepsy Association
To Contact Brainwave Head office:
Tel:(01) 4557500
Fax: (01) 4557013
Email: info@epilepsy.ie
Website: www.epilepsy.ie

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Fibromyalgia Support Group

Email floodlight@eircom.net
Website: www.fibroireland.com


Focus Ireland
(Emergency accommodation advice)
Head Office:
14a Eustace Street, Dublin 2
Telephone: 01-671 2555
Website: www.focusireland.ie


Gamblers Anonymous
Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling problem and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling.

Dublin:
Gamblers Anonymous, Carmichael House, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7

Cork:
Gamblers Anonymous, Quaker House, Capwell, Summerhill South Cork City

Telephone:
Dublin (01) 8721133
Cork (087) 2859552

Website: www.gamblersanonymous.ie
Email: info@gamblersanonymous.ie


Gay Information Cork
Telephone: 021-4271087
Monday-Friday 7-9pm


Gay Switchboard- Dublin
A voluntary body which operates a number of services to help those with issues relating to their sexuality.

Carmichael House
North Brunswick Street
Dublin 7
Telephone: 01-872 1055
Fax: 01-873 5737

Website: www.gayswitchboard.ie
Email: info@gayswitchboard.ie


GROW
(A mental health organisation which helps people who have suffered, or are suffering, from mental health problems)

Head Office:
6 Forrest Mews, Forrest Road, Swords, Co. Dublin
Telephone: 1890 474 474
Website: www.grow.ie
Email: info@grow.ie


Headway
National Association for Acquired Brain Injury
Unit 1-3 Manor Street Business Park, Manor Street, Dublin 7
Telephone: 01-810 2066
Helpline: 1890 200 278 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
Email: info@headwayireland.ie
Website: www.headway.ie


Heart Children Ireland
Heart Children, set up in 1990, is a parent support group for families of children with congenital heart defects

Website: www.heartchildren.ie


Huntington's Disease
(Huntington's Disease also called Huntington's Chorea - is an inherited disorder of the central nervous system)

Huntington's Disease Association of Ireland
Carmichael House, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7
Telephone: 01 872 1303
Freephone: 1800 393939
Email: hdai@indigo.ie
Website: http://indigo.ie/~hdai/


Irish Cancer Society
Smoker's Quit Line - 1850 201 203
Website: www.irishcancer.ie


Irish Heart Foundation National Helpline
Mon-Fri 10.00 - 17.00

4 Clyde Road
Dublin 4
Tel: 1890 432 787
Email: info@irishheart.ie
Website: www.irishheart.ie

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Lyme's Disease

Tick Talk Ireland - a charity offering information and awareness of Lyme's Disease

Website:  www.ticktalkireland.org


Meningitis Trust
Ireland's support organisation for people affected by meningitis. Free services include family support and bereavement counselling, Community Nurse services, 24 Hour Helpline Family Days, Play Therapy and Peer contacts.

Helpline: 1800 523 196
Telephone: 01 662 4070
Email: eolas@meningitis-trust.ie
Website: www.meningitis-trust.ie


One In Four Ireland
(Provides support to women and men who have experienced sexual violence)

2 Holles Street, Dublin 2
Telephone: 01 662 4070
Email: info@OneInFour.org
Website: www.oneinfour.org


Post Polio Support Group

full information about Post Polio Syndrome at www.ppsg.ie

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Rape Crisis Centre
(Counselling service)
70, Lower Leeson Street, Dublin, 2 Ireland
Telephone: 01-661 4911
Freephone: 1800 778 888


Samaritans
Telephone: 01-872 7700
Area Helpline Callsave: 1850 609 090


The Rutland Centre
Telephone: 01-4946358
Email: rutland@iol.ie
Website: www.rutlandcentre.org


Schizophrenia Ireland
Helpline: 1890 621 631
Email: info@sirl.ie
Website: www.sirl.ie


The Senior Help Line
Telephone: 1850 440 444
Email: info@seniorhelpline.ie
Website: www.seniorhelpline.ie


Victim Support
National Office
Haliday House, 32 Arran Quay, Dublin 7
Telephone: 01-8780870
Email: info@victimsupport.ie
Website: www.victimsupport.ie

Victim Assistance

Victim Assistance offers emotional and practical assistance to all victims of crime. This free and confidential service is available throughout the country and can be accessed by ringing their National Office on 066 7119830 or emailing fedva@eircom.net.


Women's Aid
Everton House, 47 Old Cabra Road, Dublin 7
National Freephone Helpline: 1800 341 900
Email: info@womensaid.ie
Website: www.womensaid.ie

 

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