South Eastern GROW Meetings


Presentation Sisters, 11 Childer’s Estate, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford (2 Groups)

Time: 8.00pm
The house is a 5 minute walk from Newport Day Centre at St. Joseph's Hospital in Dungarvan.

The Presentation Centre, Nunnery Road, Enniscorthy

Time: 7.30pm

Wheelchair accessibleWheelchair accessible

Clonmel Community Resource Centre, Kickham St, Clonmel

Time: 11.00 am
From Waterford, right @ mini round- about before 1 way system. Left at traffic lights centre on rt past school. From Cahir, follow bypass to Fethard round-about. 3rd exit, follow rd into traffic lights. Left @ lights. Centre on left past pedestrian lights. For further detail please ring Mary 087 2843424    

Morton Street Day Centre Group

Time: 2pm
Client user only.  


Presentation Sisters, 11 Childer’s Estate, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford

Time: 2.30 pm
The house is a 5 minute walk from Newport Day Centre at St. Joseph's Hospital in Dungarvan.    

Wheelchair accessibleWheelchair accessible

Wexford Mental Health Association, Henrietta St

Time: 11am
For more details contact Ellen on 086 8066959

Wheelchair accessibleWheelchair accessible

St Catherine’s Social Service Centre, Joseph’s Road, Carlow

Time: 7.45 pm
Across from the train station.        

GROW Office, Ormonde Home, Barrack Street, Kilkenny Tuesday

Time: 10.00 am
Take the bridge to the left at John's Green,  first old building on the left black and gold railings.  

Wheelchair accessibleWheelchair accessible


Brook House, Waterford

Time: 1.15pm
Closed Group   For more info contact Caroline @ 086 4673239

St. Brigids Centre, Lower Yellow Road, Waterford

Time: 7.30 pm
  Coming from the Bridge go up Summerhill and take a left after the 2nd set of traffic lights, it's down that road on the left. For further details please ring Caroline 086 4673239  

Wheelchair accessibleWheelchair accessible

GROW Office, Ormonde Home, Barrack Street, Kilkenny

Time: 8.00 pm
Take the bridge to the left at John's Green,  first old building on the left black and gold railings.  

Wheelchair accessibleWheelchair accessible


Clonard Community Centre, Wexford Town

Time: 7.30 pm
Coming from town, with Tesco on your left, take 3rd exit from 1st roundabout. Continue up hill to crossroads. Take left here and continue until LIDL is in view.  Turn right immediately before LIDL.  Continue about 100 yards to Clonard Church on your right. Use church carpark.  Meeting room last door on left.   Group is in recess  

Wheelchair accessibleWheelchair accessible

Aiseiri Centre, Cahir, Co. Tipperary

Time: 7.30pm
Aiseiri is located just 5 minutes outside Cahir Town. You can ask anyone for directions as it is a well known centre.  

Brook House, Waterford

Time: 1.30pm
Closed Group   For more information call Caroline 086 4673239

Tesco Extra Store at Ramstown, Gorey, Co Wexford

Time: 10.00 am
Go to the back of the store and walk up stairs and follow signs for GROW meeting For more information please contact Ellen 086 8066959  

Carraig Oir Day Centre Group

Time: 11am
Closed Group. For more information please contact Mary on 087 2843424

Wheelchair accessibleWheelchair accessible


*Ceart Group, GROW Office, Ormonde House, Barrack St, Kilkenny

Time: 10.30am
This group is part of the Ceart services user group. This is a group for people suffering from long term illness.  

Wheelchair accessibleWheelchair accessible

    *Special Group : Ceart Group*

    Who are we ?

    We are a mutual help group providing ongoing support, information and encouragement to people managing chronic illness. We have been running since 2005 and meet every Friday morning in Grow Office Barrack St Kilkenny from 10.30am.

    Much research around the world has shown that mutual help of this kind is a crucial ingredient in tackling illness. The mutual help group not only provides understanding and encouragement but it taps into each person’s unique experience of learning to live above and in spite of illness.

    Who is the group for ?

    The group has members with a diverse range of illness, from heart conditions to diabetes to head injury, Fibromyalgia and Rheumatism or MS, it includes all chronic conditions.

    How does it work?

    The group is founded on the principle that whatever a person’s condition their experiences are uniquely valuable. Meetings are anonymous, confidential and free.

    What is a meeting like?

    Our meetings start with a cup of tea. Meetings follow a particular structure. Leadership is shared, so after a few meetings you may be expected to take your turn.

    The most important part of the meeting involves each person deciding on a priority for the week. This will be unique to them and their current need. The priority could do with managing the illness…learning and practicing new techniques, starting a diet or exercise regime. It could be to contact another organisation or expert, or to investigate your entitlements. On the other hand it could be to do with enjoying your life, making sure that you are involved in enjoyable things. That you are not becoming isolated, it could encourage you to develop a talent or to take on a new direction.

    The meeting can also be used to discuss how you are feeling. It is amazing how others who are in the same situation can understand and offer support when you find the going tough and seem to be making no progress. The meetings are also educational, studying helpful and relevant literature.

    These meetings are anonymous, confidential and non denominational.

    For more information contact:
    CEART, the Courthouse, Callan, 0567755757
    GROW, Barrack St., Kilkenny 0567761624 or ring 0863352368

    This is a Ceart/GROW initiative.
    Come Along You will be Most Welcome.