Mental health resources available for all the family.
Mental Health Resources
An Irish charity that develops practical, evidence-based parenting and mental health programs.
One Family works to ensure a positive and equal future for people parenting alone.
M-PACT Moving Parents and Children Together
M-PACT supports families to work together to understand how parental substance misuse has affected their lives.
TUSLA Child and Family Agency
State agency with responsibility for child protection and welfare, and a range of other services.
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. Childline is always here to listen and to support you. You can call Childline on 1800 66 66 66 (24 hours a day), text Childline on 50101 (10am – 4am every day) or chat with Childline online.
Nationwide agency supporting marriage and relationships.
Emotional support and information for individuals and family members who are affected by depression.
Youth Advocate Programme YAP
YAP’s goal is to empower young people and their families and to put in place supports.
Local Enterprise Office Sligo
Local Enterprise Office Sligo aims to provide the most up to date information on a range of supports on offer from the government to help businesses through these challenging times.
Provides advice and support on youth mental health issues.
St. Vincent de Paul
Members visit individuals and families who have requested help in their local communities.
Domestic Violence Advocacy Service (DVAS)
A free and confidential support service for women experiencing domestic violence.
The Women's Aid 24hr National Freephone Helpline offers confidential information, support and understanding to women in the Republic of Ireland, who are being abused by current or former boyfriends, partners or husbands. The Helpline provides support to callers where English is not their first language, through our Language Line facility (operational daily, 8am-8pm) and for women who are deaf or hard of hearing through its Text Service facility (operational daily, 8am-8pm).
- The Helpline operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 1800 341 900.
- You can email the Women's Aid Helpline at firstname.lastname@example.org for basic information.
Men’s Aid Ireland formerly known as Amen, is the only dedicated national service supporting men and their families experiencing Domestic Violence in Ireland.
Confidential National Support Line: 01 554 3811 - Men’s Aid operates Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.
Men’s Aid Ireland Contact Emails: Confidential Support Email: email@example.com
Mental Health Ireland
COVID- 19 Campaign to Mind our mental health resource during the pandemic is called ’Connect, Communicate and Reassure’. Lots of suggestions to support our own and other peoples’ mental health.
The Coronavirus outbreak is affecting the way many of us live our lives, and it's normal that this will affect people's mental health.
Whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. We're here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Call us any time, day or night - Whatever you're going through, you can call us any time, from any phone for FREE.
Call 116 123
Sometimes writing down your thoughts and feelings can help you understand them better.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org Response time: 24 hours