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#1 Louise

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Posted 03 November 2005 - 10:56 PM

Childline freefone 1800 666 666

Depression - Aware (01) 676 6166

Bodywhys (help for Anorexia and bulimia) (01) 283 5126

Rape Crisis
1800 778 888

Castlebar (094) 25657
freefone 1800 234 900

Galway 1800 355 355

Donegal (074) 28211
freefone 1800 448 844

Sligo (071)71188
freefone 1800 750780

Samaritans

Sligo (071) 42011

Athlone (0902) 73133

Galway (091) 561 222

Dublin (01) 872 7700

Domestic Violence

Westmeath (0902) 74122

Mayo (094) 25409 or (094) 27519

Galway Waterside house (0915) 65985

Oasis House womans refuge (051) 370 367

Kilkenny 1850 424 244

Wexford 1800 220 444

Clonmel 1800 576 757


1Life Suicide Helpline:

Call 1800 24 7 100 or text HELP to 51444 for 1 to 1 text support.
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The 1 Life helpline also operates from offices in Kildare, Galway, Wexford, Cork and Limerick, so volunteers across the country can become involved. The 1Life Helpline is dedicated to providing professional counselling, support, advice and referral service for people who may be feeling suicidal, engaging in self-harm or bereaved through suicide on a 24 hour, 7 day a week basis. Volunteers work alongside a team of trained counsellors and therapists all of whom receive helpline training, supervision and operate to a Code of Ethics and be guided by relevant policies and procedures as exist with the organisation.


The Connect Project
Connect is a free phone counselling service for any adult who has experienced abuse, trauma or neglect in childhood. The service is also available to partners or relatives of people with these experiences.

With Connect you can talk in confidence with a trained counsellor who can listen or help with questions you have. Connect is not intended to be a crisis service but a supportive and therapeutic service for people who would like to talk about the abuse, neglect or trauma they have suffered, or want help in dealing with the past to help take better control of their lives today.

To speak to a counsellor call:
Freephone 1800 477 477

UK and Northern Ireland:
00800 477 477 77

Calls are free from landlines, but there may be an operator charge from a mobile phone.

#2 Carleen

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Posted 01 December 2010 - 02:37 AM

Karma Nirvana

Karma Nirvana provide support for victims of honour based abuse and forced marriage. They work throughout the United Kingdom. They do have a helpline but at the moment it is only manned Mon - Fri 9.30am - 5pm.

#3 MelK

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Posted 27 December 2010 - 09:31 AM

A list of some agencies by area:

http://www.thesurviv...-area.aspx#eire

#4 Sasha

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Posted 15 August 2011 - 02:28 AM

N C S

National Counselling Service for adults who have experienced childhood abuse

To make an appointment for counselling call

1800 235 234 and follow directions for your area.

You dont need to be referred by a doctor or a pdoc


Right of Place

Offers support for Survivors of Institutional Child Abuse and their families

They can support you in:

* General Information
* Outreach / Advocacy
* Assistance with Housing / Welfare / Health/ Education and other things
* Network and Peer Support
* Assistance with form filling / getting the correct documentation
and other services


Rape Crisis Network Ireland

Some Rape Crisis Centres also offer couples counselling, group counselling, relaxation or complementary therapies.

There is also a 24 hour national helpline – 1800 778888


Pandora's Aquarium, Inc. is not intended to be a substitute for professional assistance. All members and visitors are encouraged to establish a relationship with a trained counselor, therapist, or psychiatrist. Pandora's Aquarium, Inc. offers rape and sexual abuse survivor-to-survivor support only. Despite any qualifications staff or members possess, they are not engaged in a professional relationship with any other member. Survivors in crisis are urged to seek local help by contacting 911 or their local rape crisis center. Use of this website constitutes acceptance of the Terms of Service located here.