Cross Care Teen Counselling
We offer counselling to teenagers and their parents/carers both individually and in family sessions. To provide a professional counselling service for adolescents and their families who are struggling with behavioural, emotional or family conflict problems and to inform, support and complement the role of the State sector and other voluntary organisations.
The service is aimed at children and young people aged under 16 years who are living in Dublin 15. CAMHS is a specialist mental health service for young people. It provides an outpatient service for those living in the Blanchardstown and Greater Blanchardstown area. CAMHS aims to provide outpatient assessment for young people with suspected mental health difficulties. Provide outpatient treatment for young people with mental health difficulties. Liaise with other community services with a view to providing a comprehensive service for those young people with mental health difficulties. To advocate for young people and their families, where appropriate. To continue to plan and deliver mental health services for young people in the area.
Blanchardstown Road North,
Phone: +353-1-824 8520
Fax: +353-1-824 8510
This nationwide service is aimed at the general population aged 16yrs and over. Samaritans provides emotional support 24 hours a day by telephone, email and SMS. Drop-in facilities in our branches for face to face support are available from morning to approximately 9:00pm.The service aims to make sure: That fewer people die by suicide. To be available 24 hours a day. To reach out to high risk groups and communities. To work in partnership. To influence policy and raise awareness.
The service is aimed at people of all age groups in Dublin and other Counties. A service that offers one to one therapy to people who are suicidal, have suicidal ideation or who engage in self-harm. To help people in crisis, especially people who have thoughts of suicide, have already attempted suicide or for those who self-harm. The service runs Monday to Thursday 9am – 8pm, Friday 9am- 5pm, Saturday 10am – 2pm, Sunday / 10am – 2pm, Bank Holiday’s (on call).
The service is for adults, couples, families, children and young people who have been bereaved by suicide and are living in Dublin and surrounding areas. Suicide Awareness Dublin 15 is a voluntary group made up of people bereaved through suicide, or who have experienced suicidal feelings. Our volunteers are trained in suicide prevention, bereavement support, counselling and active listening. We are committed to preventing more deaths by suicide. While we try to answer calls immediately, we are not a crisis service. Suicide Awareness Dublin 15 aims to provide a community response to suicide through prevention and intervention supports in Dublin 15. To destigmatise and raise awareness about suicide. To create a suicide-safer community through suicide prevention training. To provide individual and group bereavement supports.
Corduff Resource Centre, Blackcourt Road
Corduff, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15
Phone: +353-85-818 2090