Community Groups that we work with
We have the pleasure of collaborating with several community groups who take great pride in their work. These passionate groups work tirelessly in their respective areas, striving to improve and ensure the safety of our community as a whole. Their dedication and hard work are truly inspiring!
These community groups provide a safe and confidential space for members to connect, share their stories, and offer emotional support to one another. By joining one of these support groups, you can benefit from the experience, strength, and hope of others who have faced similar difficulties, as well as gain practical advice and coping strategies.
These community groups provide young people with opportunities to socialise, learn new skills, and engage in positive activities. They provide a supportive environment where young people can develop meaningful relationships, build self-esteem, and gain valuable life experiences. Participation in youth groups can help young people develop leadership skills, expand their social networks, and make a positive impact in their communities.
These community groups were formed by people with common interests, concerns or goals, to work together and make a positive impact in their local area. Community groups offer you the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals, make a difference in your community, and develop important skills and experiences.
These community groups provide an opportunity for you to connect with others who share your passion, and to deepen your skills and knowledge in your chosen hobby. They offer a supportive and collaborative environment where you can learn from one another, share your experiences and insights, and work towards common goals. Participation in hobby groups can be a fun and rewarding way to connect with others, learn new things, and pursue personal interests.
Useful and Emergency Contacts
Doctor on call – 1850 302 702
Samaritans – 1850 609 090, www.samaritans.org
Pieta House – 01 601 0000, email@example.com
SOSAD Drogheda – 041 9848754.
Dundalk – 083 4244182.
Debone – 083 4029864.
Navan – 083-3712622. www.sosadireland.ie
Farm & Rural Stress helpline– 1800 742 645.
Childline – 1800 666 666, www.childline.ie
Turn 2 Me Online counselling – www.turn2me.org
Heads-up – Mental health promotion. www.Headsup.ie
Let someone know – www.letsomeoneknow.ie
Samaritans Ireland – 01 6710071
Shine – 1890 621 631. www.shineonline.ie
Spunout Youth powered charity. – www.spunout.ie
Barnados Working with children – 1850 222 300. www.barnados.ie
Childline 24 hour helpline – 1800 66 66 66
Headstrong Support group for young people. – 01 6607343. www.headstrong.ie
Irish Advocacy Network – irishadvocacynetwork.com
www.living.net Suicide bereavement. – www.livingworks.net
Teen line – 1800 833 634
Bodywhys Eating disorders – 1890 200
Jigsaw – firstname.lastname@example.org
Reach out – www.Reachout.com
St. Pats – www.stpatricks.ie
Mental Health Ireland – 01 2841166. www.mentalhealthireland.ie
National Service User’s Executive – www.nsue.ie
HSE – 1850 241 850. www.hse.ie
SOS – 1890 577 577. www.suicideorsurvive.ie
Hearing Voices Network – 01 4720105. www.hearingvoicesnetworkireland.ie
National Learning Network – 01 2057200. www.nln.ie
Citizen’s Information – www.citizensinformation.ie
Dialogue – email@example.com
Kills Resource Centre – 046 9247161
Trim Family Resource Centre – 046 9438850
St. Meath Comm. Mental Health Choir – 086 0404086. firstname.lastname@example.org
Aware – 1890 303 302. www.aware.ie
Grow Mental health. – 1890 474 474. www.grow.ie