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Aiséirí provides evidence-based detoxification, treatment and rehabilitation programmes for adults and adolescents suffering from addiction in their four locations in the South East:

  • Cahir, Co Tipperary
  • Roxborough, Co. Wexford
  • Ballybeg, Co Waterford
  • Ballyragget, Co Kilkenny

They also run a family support programme.

Costs applies. 




Aware provide support, information and training, online and in person, to people over 18 years who are experiencing depression, anxiety and related conditions. It also provides support to families and friends of people with a life experience of depression or bipolar disorder.  Its services include:

BeLonG To

BeLonG To is the national organisation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) young people aged 14-24 years.

It offers peer as well as 1-1 support (by appointment). For details of a support group near you check their website.

It provides counselling in their Dublin centre (Parliament Street) to LGBT young people with suicide ideation or self-harm issues.


Bodywhys is the national voluntary organisation supporting people affected by eating disorders.  It's mission is also to ensure support, awareness and understanding of eating disorders among the wider community. Their services include:


While the main focus of the service is to work with disadvantaged young people their Youth Information Service is for all young people in Co. Wicklow. They are based in two locations in Bray (Herbert Rd and Adelaide Rd) and runs a number of targeted projects around the county. The Seomra Youth Centre provides drop-in and some group work (2nd level up to age 21). They also run an LGBT support group (13-18years). Some of their other activities include Adventure Sports Projects, Drugs Education, Garda Youth Diversion Projects and MindOut.


CARI provides a Lo-call HELPLINE for professionals and parents seeking advice on support and counselling services that are available for children who have been sexually abused.  Child & Adolescent Therapy is also available and, using a sliding scale cost system, payment depending on peoples circumstances.




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