What to do?

Join our meeting. Find the next meeting closest to you and simply turn up. No need to register.

Until the next meeting coming up, you can find help and information at the organisations and on their websites we gathered for you. We are looking forward to meeting you soon.

GROW Support

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The GROW Peer support group is a weekly meeting of people who use their own lived experiences to support each other. The meeting is conducted in a structured manner using GROW’s Recovery Program.
You can also call their free number.

Samaritans

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Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. They’re here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You can call their free number, visit their branch or write an email.

Pieta House

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Pieta House provides a free, therapeutic approach to people who are in suicidal distress and those who engage in self-harm.
You can call their free number or local branches. You can also send a free text or email clinical support.

Childline

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Childline is a part of the ISPCC (The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children).
Childline is open every day and is for all children and young people up to the age of 18 in Ireland.
You can call their free number, send free text or chat live.

Teen-Line

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The ISPCC operates Teenline, a national active listening service for children and young people up to the age of 18 in Ireland.
Teenline can be contacted 24 hours a day, 365 days a year on a free number.

ReachOut.com

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ReachOut.com is an online youth mental health service: it helps young people through tough times and was, in fact, the first of its kind in the world.

SpunOut.ie

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SpunOut.ie is Ireland’s youth information website created by young people, for young people. They aim to educate and inform their readers about the importance of holistic wellbeing and how good health can be maintained, both physically and mentally.

Your Mental Health

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Find advice, information and support services for mental health and wellbeing.
Call them from 8am – 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am – 5pm on Saturdays on a Callsave number. You can chat with the HSELive team 8am-8pm Monday to Friday and 10am-5pm on Saturday. You can also tweet them and email them.

Whatworks4u

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Whatworks4u.org aims to improve treatment for young people with mental health problems by gathering information about what works in the real world.
If you have experience of mental health problems, you can help us build knowledge about symptoms and treatments by reporting:

  • what treatments have worked (or are working) for you
  • which health professionals you have found (or are finding) helpful
  • some of the side effects from the treatments you have tried

Turn2me

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Turn2me hosts Online Support Groups on Anxiety, Suicidal Thoughts & Feelings, Depression, Stress Management and General Mental Health issues. You can book a Support Group today! They provide private 1-1 chat and email counselling to their members. Online Counselling is delivered using online chat sessions or therapeutic emails.

AWARE

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Aware provides support services which are available to individuals managing their own experience of depression or bipolar disorder, as well as to people who are concerned about a loved one.
All three supports are offered free of charge.
Support Line will take your call Monday to Sunday 10 am to 10 pm. Support Mail is available 24h seven days a week and the Support & Self Care Groups take place weekly nationwide.

Shine

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Shine provides a range of recovery-focused supports to people with mental health problems and their families and carers. Regional Development Offices provide information, advice and support. They run support groups for people with mental health problems. Trained counsellors can help to address the more serious challenges faced by people with mental health problems. Centres in Dublin, Cork and Waterford provide information, support and educational and training opportunities.