|www.samaritans.org||We help you talk things through
We keep everything confidential
We're not a religious organisation
| Sligo Tel: 07191 42011
Freephone 116 123
|3 The Mall, Sligo,
Republic of Ireland
|www.pieta.ie||Pieta House provides a free, therapeutic approach to people who are in suicidal distress and those who engage in self-harm.||Pieta House West
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 9am to 5pm
Wednesday: 9am to 8pm
Saturday: 10am to 2pm
|Pieta House West
Suicide Bereavement Support
|Trained volunteers offer confidential, practical support and information to families who have experienced a death by suicide.||Roscommon Tel: 086 0311888
ROI: 087 4122 052
1life is a 24 hour suicide prevention Helpline and Text Message service, for anyone in suicidal distress. Launched in 2009, 1life is a collaborative service founded, operated and funded by two Irish charities:
|Trained volunteers offer confidential,
practical support and information to families who have experienced a death
||1800 247 100
Text HELP to 51444
StopSuicide value and care for each person who seeks our services. Through our experience of working with self- harm and suicide we acknowledge the very difficult life events that can lead people to hurt themselves, or end their lives.
|Our purpose is to provide a safe, confidential place where you can safely talk about the loss, stress, confusion, conflicts and other pain in your life.||Call Stop Suicide on FREE PHONE 1850 211 877
Lines are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm
For queries and information:
Office: 071 9856070
Mob: 086 777 2009
|Bee Park Resource Centre
||Suicide or Survive (SOS) is an Irish charity focussed on breaking down the stigma associated with mental health issues and ensuring that those affected have access to quality recovery services that are right for the individual.||1890 577 577
9am till 5pm Monday to Friday
|Suicide or Survive
|www.console.ie||Family Suicide Bereavement
|24 Hour Helpline: 1800 20 1890
Tel: 01 6102638
|www.aware.ie||The Aware Support Line is for individuals who are seeking support and information to cope with, manage or recover from depression, anxiety and related conditions.||The Aware Support Line:
1890 303 302
Available Monday – Sunday, 10am to 10pm.
|72 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2|
The National Suicide Bereavement Support Network provides support to new and existing suicide bereavement support groups and information to the bereaved.
website contains a Directory of Suicide Bereavement Support Groups in
Ireland, recommended reading and details of upcoming events.
||Tel: 353 (0) 24 95561||Community Centre,
GROW is a Mental Health Organisation which helps people who have suffered, or are suffering, from mental health problems.
Members are helped to recover from
all form of breakdown, or indeed, to prevent such happening. GROW has
been in Ireland since 1969 and has a national network of more than 145
groups throughout the country.
|Tel: 353 (0) 21 4277520||11 Liberty Street,
|www.stpatricks.ie/depression-recovery-programme||The Depression Recovery Programme was
launched in St. Patrick’s University Hospital in 2003. It is has
been designed specifically for people who have experience or are seeking
treatment for depression.
Tel: (01) 249 3200
|The Support & Information Service is a free & confidential telephone and email service staffed by experienced mental health nurses 9-5 Monday to Friday with an answering and call-back facility outside hours. You can contact the Support & Information service by calling (01) 249 3333||St. Patrick's University Hospital
National Traveller Suicide Awareness Project (NTSAP) employs a community development approach to address the issue of Traveller suicide which is over six times higher for Traveller men compared to the general population.
|The project acts as a resource to Traveller organisations and suicide related services raising awareness on the issue of suicide. It does this by promoting the development of initiatives which support suicide prevention, intervention and postvention in a coordinated way. This is done so with the goal of reducing the rate of attempted and completed suicide in the Traveller community.||Tel: 01 872 1094||Exchange House
National Travellers Service
61 Great Strand Street
Dublin 1, Ireland
Barnardos is a children’s charity. We work with vulnerable children and their families in Ireland and campaign for the rights of all children.
|Teenhelp is a well-being help service for teens||1850 222 300||Barnardos National Office,
Christchurch Square, Dublin 8
|www.inspireireland.ie||Our mission is to help young people lead happier lives. We run ReachOut.com, an online service to help young people aged 12-25 years-old get through tough times.||Tel: +353 (0) 1 764 5666
29 – 31 South William Street
|ie.reachout.com||ReachOut.com is a service dedicated to taking the mystery out of mental health. We aim to provide quality assured mental health information to help young people get through tough times.||Tel: (01) 249 3333||Inspire Ireland Foundation
1st floor, 29-31 South William Street,
|teenline.ie||Talk To Us
We listen when no one else will
Sometimes we can let things pile on top of us. Talking may seem scary.
But it helps when there's someone there to really listen..
|HELPLINE: 1800 833 634
7 Nights a week: 8pm - 11pm
Wed: 4pm - 11pm
|Inspire Ireland Foundation
1st floor, 29-31 South William Street,
We seek to empower young people to develop the skills, self-confidence and resilience to cope with mental health challenges. Our vision is to give every young person in Ireland somewhere to turn to and someone to talk to. We also work with the government, media and direct community outreach to change the way Ireland thinks about youth mental health.
|Jigsaw is a network of programmes across Ireland designed to make sure every young person has somewhere to turn to and someone to talk to.||Tel: +353 1 472 7010||16 Westland Square, Pearse Street,
|www.turn2me.org||Turn2Me provides a place for you to be supported by your peers, group support and counselling services.||Web Forum Support|