ALONE help older people in need to age at home and also support those that are homeless, socially isolated, living in deprivation or in crisis. Tel. (01) 679 1032
Anam Cara support bereaved parents and siblings cope with their grief and loss.
Tel: (01) 4045 378
Ana Liffey Drug Project work with people affected by problem substance use and has a 'Low Threshold - Harm Reduction' ethos.
Tel. (01) 878 6899
ARC Cancer Support Centre provide a range of support services to people affected by cancer and those who care about them.
Tel. (01) 830 7333
Aware is a national organisation that developed in response to the clear need for information, understanding and support, both for individuals with a diagnosis of depression or bipolar disorder as well as family members supporting a loved one. Tel. (01) 661 7211
Barnardos support children whose well-being is under threat, by working with them, their families and communities and by campaigning for the rights of children.
Tel. (01) 453 0355
Beacon of Light is a community-based project which provides high-quality, accessible and affordable, professional counselling and training workshops to individuals and families in the Clondalkin area.
Tel. (01) 457 8700
BeLonG To Youth Services is the national organisation supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI+) young people between 14 and 23 years in Ireland. The services are confidential, free of charge and welcoming to all young people.
Tel. (01) 670 6223
Bodywhys aims to ensure support, awareness and understanding of eating disorders in the wider community as well as advocating for the rights and healthcare needs of people affected by eating disorders. Tel. (01) 2834963
CASP is a community service for drug users, over 18 years of age, and their families from the North Clondalkin area.
Tel. (01) 616 6750
Clondalkin Youth Service
Clondalkin Youth Service (CYS) is a regional youth service of Crosscare / County Dublin / Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board.
Tel (01) 836 0011
CARI provide child-centred therapy for children and adolescents who have been affected by sexual abuse.
Tel. (01) 830 8529
Crosscare Teen Counselling is an 'adolescent friendly' service whose aim is to enable young people and their parents or carers deal with difficulties, within the context of the family.
Tel. (01) 836 0011
Connect Counselling is a free telephone counselling and support service for any adult who has experienced abuse, trauma or neglect in childhood.
Dochas is an inter-agency project, providing a childcare and family service to selected children, in the 8-12 age range, primarily in the North Clondalkin area. It is committed to working with children and their families, medium to long-term.
Tel. (01) 623 4531
We are responsible for providing services connected to a range of issues and vulnerable groups
Dublin Counselling and Therapy Centre provide professional counselling and psychotherapy services for anyone who may be suffering on account of personal, family or social distress.
Tel. (01) 878 8236
The Dublin Simon Community Sure Steps Counselling Service supports client in Dublin, Wicklow, Kildare and Meath who are exposed to homelessness.
Tel. (01) 6498647
Depaul Ireland supports people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Tel. (01) 453 7111
Exchange House Ireland provide Traveller specific, professional, front-line family support, crisis intervention, education, training and services for children and young people.
Tel. (01) 872 1094
Family Resource Centres provide a range of universal and targeted services and development opportunities that address the needs of families such as the provision of information, advice and support to target groups and families.
Foróige is Ireland's leading youth organisation, working with 50000 young people each year and enabling them to involve themselves consciously and actively in their own development and in the development of society.
Tel. (01) 630 1560
Focus Ireland works with people who are homeless or are at risk of losing their homes across Ireland.
Tel. (01) 881 5900
FirstLight provide support and information and promote research into the sudden, unexpected, often unexplained deaths of infants and children.
Tel. (01) 8732711
Friends of the Elderly provide a wide range of social programmes for older people who would benefit from a friendly chat or a social outing.
Tel. (01) 873 1855
GROW helps people who have suffered, or are suffering, from mental health problems.
Tel. 1890 474 474.
The Irish Refugee Council specialises in working with refugees and asylum seekers and offers a free and confidential Drop-In Centre for those who need help or guidance about the asylum process or who have been through it.
Tel. (01) 764 5854
Jigsaw is a national centre for youth mental health. They focus on intervening early to support the mental health of those aged 12 to 25-years-of-age. Jigsaw operates 13 services in communities across Ireland.
Tel. (01) 538 0087
Le Cheile Mentoring and Youth Justice Support Services recruits and trains volunteers from local communities to work with young people who offend and their families.
Tel. (01) 214 4351
LGBT Helpline provides access to a network of trained volunteers who provide a non-judgemental, confidential, listening support and information service for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people as well as their family and friends.
Tel. 1890 929 539
MyMind - Centre for Mental Wellbeing is a not-for-profit community-based provider of counselling and psychotherapy services which can be accessed both face-to-face and online.
Tel. (+353) 76 680 1060
MABS is a money advice service, guiding people through dealing with problem debt for more than 20 years.
Tel. 0761 07 2000
MOJO is an evidence-based mental health and wellbeing programme for men who are motivated to make changes in their lives which is supported by local agencies to provide a coordinated response to men who are in distress.
The Irish Men’s Shed Association (IMSA) exists to support and promote the development of Men's Sheds in Ireland where men of all ages and backgrounds share skills, collaborate on projects and work together within their communities.
Tel. 01 891 6150
Mental Health Ireland (MHI) is a national voluntary organisation which aims to promote positive mental health and wellbeing to all individuals and communities in Ireland. MHI operates a network of 92 volunteer-led mental health associations. Tel. (01) 284 1166
The National Advocacy Service for People with Disabilities provides an independent, confidential and free, representative advocacy service that works exclusively for the person using the service and adheres to the highest professional standards.
Tel. 0761 07 3000
One Family works to ensure a positive and equal future for people parenting alone, sharing parenting and separating - changing attitudes, policies, services and lives. Tel. (01) 662 9212
One in Four works to reduce the incidence of sexual abuse by intervening in the key areas of the cycle of abuse through psychotherapy, advocacy and prevention services.
Tel. (01) 662 4070
Pieta House provides a free, therapeutic approach to people who are in suicidal distress and those who engage in self-harm - Freephone 1800 247 247
Parentline provides a completely confidential helpline for parents and guardians and offer support, guidance and information on all aspects of being a parent and the reassurance that, whatever the problem, you’re not the first parent to face it.
Tel. 1890 927 277
Rainbows Ireland is a free, voluntary service for children and young people experiencing loss following bereavement and parental separation.
Tel. (01) 473 4175
Samaritans offer emotional support 24/7, 365 days a year on freephone 116 123, by text 087 260 90 90 and by email
SDCP Clondalkin Health House
The Healthy Living Center is a community health resource center. A Number of health and health promotion activities take place here in the Center.
Tel. (01) 457 0665
Shine aims to empower people with mental ill health and their families through support, information and education.
Tel. (01) 541 3715
SOS – Suicide or Survive aim to create and deliver innovative approaches that educate, inform and inspire people to cultivate good mental health and reduce stigma leading to less death by suicide. Programmes include: Wellness Workshops Tel. (01) 272 2158
TENI offers a range of support services that aim to increase the wellbeing of transgender people and their families, working closely with transgender peer support groups across the country to deliver community support.
Tel. (01) 873 3575
The USI is the national representative body for the 374,000 students in third level education on the island of Ireland.
Tel. (01) 905 2100
The Traveller Counselling Service provides a culturally inclusive counselling service to members of the Traveller community, where Travellers feel their cultural beliefs, values and way of life are respected.
The Village Counselling Service adopts a cognitive-behavioural, client-centred, integrative approach which addresses the reality of a multicultural society and a wide range of issues including depression, relationship problems and loss.
Tel. 087 904 9497
Women's Aid works to make women and children safe from domestic violence, offer support, provide hope to women affected by abuse and work for justice and social change.
Tel. 1800 341 900