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The Addiction Recovery Guide assists individuals struggling with drug addiction and alcoholism find help that best suits their needs. From evaluation to residential treatment, they have selected a range of outstanding programs and resources. To seek online help from others in recovery and to share your success story, visit their  message board.

AIM

AIM, founded in 1972, is a voluntary organisation which offers non-directive counseling, legal information, and a family mediation service to people experiencing marital, relationship and family problems.

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from Alcoholism. Their primary purpose is to stay sober and help other Alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

The Search Engine for Anxiety, Panic, Trauma, Fear, Phobia, Stress, Obsession, Depression and More.

Aware is a voluntary organization formed in 1985 by a group of interested patients, relatives and mental health professionals, whose aims are to assist that section of the population who are directly affected by depression.

Bodywhys -Our core services centre on providing confidential, non judgemental support for people affected by eating disorders.We aim to promote greater awareness and understanding of eating disorders through the provision of comprehensive information and workshops.

Centre for Sexual Addictions – a network of counsellors/psychotherapists around Ireland, providing support, information and training in the area of sexual addictions. This website has been set up as a central resource for anyone concerned about the problem of sexual addiction, whether as a counsellor or other professional, as a possible sufferer, or as a concerned family member.

Depression is not something you can just “snap out of.” It’s caused by an imbalance of brain chemicals, along with other factors. Like any serious medical condition, depression needs to be treated. This site offers information designed to help you get the facts and learn how to manage depression, clinically known as major depressive disorder.

The Department of Health and Children’s statutory role is to support the Minister in the formulation and evaluation of policies for the health services. It also has a role in the strategic planning of health services. This is carried out in conjunction with the Health Service Executive, voluntary service providers, Government Departments and other interests.

Since its establishment in 1988 the Health Promotion Unit has been concerned on the one hand with policy development, research and evaluation, and on the other hand, with raising awareness of lifestyle issues through multi-media information campaigns and the development of materials for the public.

Mental Health Ireland aims to promote positive mental health and to actively support persons with a mental illness, their families and carers by identifying their needs and advocating their rights. Mental Health Ireland was formerly known as ‘The Mental Health Association of Ireland’

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is an international, community-based association of recovering drug addicts with more than 31,000 weekly meetings in over 100 countries worldwide. This site contains information for members and for those wanting to find out more about NA in Ireland.

Parentline provides a completely confidential helpline for parents and guardians. They 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.

Callers can contact Samaritans by telephone, letter, e-mail and minicom. Callers in need of Samaritans’ service are accepted without prejudice and encouraged to talk or write about their feelings, acknowledge their emotions and explore options.

Victim Support is committed to the best interests of victims of crime by actively supporting them, identifying their needs and advocating their rights.

The Irish Social Welfare System, through the Department of Social & Family Affairs, provides supports and services to people at various stages of their lives.

Women’s Aid is a voluntary organisation which provides support and information to women and their children who are being physically, emotionally and sexually abused in their own homes.

63 Claremont Crescent, Glasnevin, Dublin 11

1800 222 833

info@abatecounselling.com