Mental Health Support

Mental Health Support

We are here for you, with our broad range of events, support groups, phone line and more.

However, sometimes life can take a heavier turn on you or your close ones and there may be a need for additional help. We have created comprehensive data on available services to access in need of mental health support.
Please, explore the page and options as there are many organisations which will provide the necessary help. Remember, don’t be afraid or feel bad to ask for help!

Where to get help

HSE Your Mental Health Information

Information and advice about your mental health and wellbeing. This resource allow you to choose a topic to make the connections and find support that can help.


A GP can offer support for anyone in crisis. If possible, ask someone to come along with you. Find a service near you:

Mental Health Organisations 

If you are being supported by a mental health team, or have been in the past, contact the service for support in a crisis.


Samaritans services are available 24 hours a day, for confidential, non-judgmental support.


Pieta provide a range of suicide and self-harm prevention services.

  • Freephone 1800 247 247 anytime day or night
  • Text HELP to 51444 (standard message rates apply)
  • Visit for more information

Text 50808

A free 24/7 text service, providing everything from a calming chat to immediate support for people going through a mental health or emotional crisis.

  • Text HELLO to 50808, anytime day or night
  • Visit for more information


A free 24/7 support service for children and young people up to and including those age 18 years of age.

Hospital and emergency services

If you, or someone you know is at immediate risk of harm, go to or call the emergency department of your local general hospital. You can also contact emergency services on 112 or 999 anytime, day or night.

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