Helpful Links & Services for Mental Health

Alcoholics Anonymous www.alcoholicsanonymous.ie

Amen www.amen.ie
confidential helpline and support service, and information, for male victims of domestic abuse.

Aware www.aware.ie
Formed by patients, relatives and mental health professionals who have experience of dealing with depression to provide support.

Console www.console.ie
Providing Professional Counselling, Support and Helpline Services to those Bereaved through Suicide.

Gamblers Anonymous www.gamblersanonymous.ie
Help and support for gambling/spending addiction

GROW www.grow.ie
12 step support for depression..

IAAAC www.iaaac.org
Irish Association for Alcohol & Addiction counselling

Living Links
Suicide bereavement support

Overeaters Anonymous www.oa.org
Help, support and 12 step meetings located around the country for anyone with an eating disorder including compulsive overeating, anorexia and bulimia.

Post Natal Depression www.pnd.ie

Samaritans www.samaritans.ie // www.dublinsamaritans.ie
Callers to the Samaritans can talk about their feelings and emotions as well as exploring options they have in dealing with difficult problems.

Women’s Aid www.womensaid.ie
Women’s Aid provides support and information to women and their children who are physically, emotionally and sexually abused.

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Thought For The Day

You cannot get into an argument without your full consent "We don’t inherit Anxiety Disorders (Social Anxiety,Fear of Flying, Panic Attacks etc.). What we do inherit is a General Personality Type that predisposes some to be overly anxious and others to have a degree of protection against developing Anxiety Disorder. Biologically- Short form of Chromosome 17 v Long Form of Chromosome 17" It’s not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters.(Epictetus 55 AD