This is a free support service for LGBTI+ young people aged 14-23 years who are self-harming or thinking of suicide. Email or call to book an appointment get support and to sign up for free sessions. This service is provided by BelonG To in conjunction with Pieta, the centre for prevention of suicide & self-harm. Counselling sessions take place in BelonG To Parliament Street in Dublin city centre.
- Call: 01-462 4792
- Email: email@example.com
The CRY charity was founded in 2002 by parents who had experienced the effects of Sudden Cardiac Death and unexplained death within their families. CRY provides a range of Family Support services to loved ones and families throughout Ireland (32 counties). Provides support to loved ones who have been bereaved and also those who live with an inherited cardiac condition. CRY's team of volunteers listen in confidence and provide emotional support and information where necessary.
All Island Freephone Helpline No: 1800 714 080 from Rep of Ireland and 0044 714 080 from NI & UK.
Teenline is a free 24-hour active listening service for young people up and including 18 years of age in Ireland. Provided by the ISPCC, the service is confidential, non-directive and non-judgemental. Young people can contact the service at any time, to talk about any issue on their mind.
- Call: 1800 833 634
TENI seeks to improve conditions and advance the rights and equality of trans people and their families. TENI is dedicated to ending transphobia, including stigma, discrimination and inequality and engages in activities that promote the equality and well-being of the trans community. TENI are available to help you and provide you with the information you need when you need it and work closely with the LGBT Helpline.
- Gender Identity Family Support Line: (01) 907 3707
- Office Phone: (01) 873 3575
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org