If you need to talk to someone, here are a number of helplines you can contact for confidential non-judgemental support.

If you or someone you know is at risk of suicide or self-harm, you should make contact immediately with one of the following:

  • Phone or go to your local doctor 
  • Go to the Accident & Emergency department of the nearest hospital
  • Call 999

Most helplines will provide a listening service, give information and advice, provide emotional support and point you in the direction of other services. They are often free-phone services which are staffed by trained volunteers or employees.

24/7 Mental Health Phone Line

(launched 10th October 2019)

www.yourmentalhealth.ie

Tel: 1800 744424

The Samaritans

The Samaritans
www.samaritans.ie
Tel: 116 123

Text: 087 2 60 90 90

Email: jo@samaritans.ie

Aware (Depression & Bi-Polar Disorder)

www.aware.ie
Tel: 1800 80 48 48

Email: supportmail@aware.ie 

Pieta House (Suicide & Self-harm)

National Suicide Helpline (Pieta House) 1800 247 247

www.pieta.ie
Tel: 01 623 5606

Turn2Me.org

Turn2Me.org (Online one to one or group counselling)

Grow (Mental Health support and Recovery)

www.grow.ie
Tel: 1890 474 474

Bodywhys (Eating Disorders Associations of Ireland)

www.bodywhys.ie
Tel: 1890 200 444

Irish Advocacy Network (Peer advocacy in mental health)

www.irishadvocacynetwork.com
Tel: 01 872 8684

IACP (Counselling & Psychotherapy)

www.iacp.ie
Tel: 01 230 3536

Irish Council for Psychotherapy (Counselling & Psychotherapy)

www.psychotherapycouncil.ie
Tel: 01 905 8698

Shine (Supporting people effected by mental ill health)

www.shine.ie

Childline

www.childline.ie

Tel: 1800 66 66 66 24hr a day

One to one chat – 10am-4am

Text BULLY or TALK or HELP to 50101 from 10am to 4am

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