Support Groups

 

Any person is at risk of being involved in an accident or situation which can dramatically change the way they live their lives. CORE Ireland work with a number of groups who offer support to those people. Below are a list of support groups available both locally and Nationally.

National Learning Network

Do you need extra supports to get a qualification and to get and keep a job?  If so, one of National Learning Network’s (NLN) 50 training centres around the country could be the answer and we have one right in Navan.

National Learning Network provides mental health services within its extensive range of QQI accredited courses across a range of levels. All of our managers, instructors, rehabilitation officers, resource teachers, social skills facilitators, psychologists and advocacy officers have had extensive training in this field.

Weekly Open Days on Wednesday from 10-12 at our Kennedy House Location (above the Navan Court House.)

If you would like to know more please contact us at:

E-mail: navan@nln.ie
OR
Phone: 
046-902-1975

Active Retirement Ireland

Active Retirement Ireland will reach out to all older people to stop loneliness through friendship and support” – Mission Statement, Active Retirement Ireland Strategic Plan.

All the activities are aimed at keeping older people active and well. Active Retirement Associations are a lifeline for many older people who would otherwise feel isolated and lonely.

Each of the 550+ local associations is run by a committee of volunteers. These are self-organised and independent local groups whose members decide the activities on offer.

To get in contact with your local groups:

Phone:01 873 3836
Email: info@activeirl.ie

AMEN

Amen is the only dedicated support service for male victims of domestic abuse in Ireland providing crisis intervention, helpline support and face to face supports to victims.  We are committed to the highest standard of ethical and efficient service delivery, promoting the empowerment, dignity and equality of male victims. At Amen we also provide safety planning, emotional help, advocacy and practical support with housing, education and health and assistance to access appropriate benefits.

To get in contact with AMEN:

Phone: Telephone: 0818 222240 or 0818 222240
Email: info@amen.ie 

CURA

Cura counsellors provide the opportunity for clients to discuss options they wish to explore or consider in relation to their pregnancy. Counselling can support clients in making decisions about their pregnancy without influence or direction.

To get in contact with CURA:

Telephone: 01 5053040
Email: curacares@cura.ie

Mental Health

Dowdstown House

Dowdstwon is a peaceful haven to soothe body, mind and spirit. Our qualified counsellors provide affordable counselling for individuals suffering physical, emotional, sexual and psychological abuse, depression, personal growth issues, family, relationship problems, feeling suicidal, mental health issues and addiction problems. We also provide confidential bereavement care to those who have lost a loved one.

If you wish to contact Dowdstown:

E-mail: dowdstownhouse@eircom.net
OR
Telephone: 046 9020671

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