Roscommon Women’s Network
Roscommon Women’s Network
1800 341 900
Roscommon Safe Link
1850 609 090
0761 07 2720
Citizens Information Service
0761 07 6380
LGBT support- BeLonG To
ABC Anti-Bullying Centre – http://www.abc.tcd.ie/
Offers advice, guidance and counselling for all who need help and support in relation to bullying.
(01) 896 2573 / 896 3488
Accord – http://www.accord.ie
Roscommon branch: St Comans Club, Abbey Street, Co Roscommon
Active Age Roscommon
Monksland Active Age Group
Monksland Community Centre, Monksland, Athlone, Co Roscommon.
Contact: Ray Fallon 090 649 4454
Active Retirement Ireland – http://www.activeirl.ie
Groups all over the county: Athlone Drum ARA, Aughrim/Kilmore ARA, Ballaghaderreen, Ballinlough/Granlahan, Ballybay Kiltoom, Ballyforan & Dysart, Boyle, Breedogue, Castlecoote Companions Club ARA, Castlerea, Four Mile House, Loughlynn Castlerea, Monksland Active Age, Moore, Roscommon Town, Ruskey Active Age Group, Tisara (Four Roads)
Adoption Board – http://www.adoptionloss.ie/agencies.htm
01 667 1392
Adult Counselling Service – http://www.hse-ncs.ie/en/AboutourServices/LocationsServicesProvided/HSEWest/index.html
Age Action – http://www.ageaction.ie
A charity which promotes positive ageing and better policies and services for older people.
- Ballinasloe C&R
Contact: Joe Staunton
- Ballygar (Galway) C&R
Contact: Sarah Murray
- Roscara U3A, Co. Roscommon
Contact Helen Waldren
AIDS West – http://www.aidswest.ie/
Akidwa – http://www.akidwa.ie/
Akina Dada wa Africa (AkiDwA; Swahili for sisterhood) is an authoritative, minority ethnic-led national network of African and migrant women living in Ireland.
Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) – http://www.alcoholicsanonymous.ie/
01 842 0700 / 091 767777
Al/Anon & Alateen – http://www.al-anon-ireland.org/
The Alzheimer Society of Ireland – http://www.alzheimer.ie/
Co. Roscommon Contact: Fiona Beattie
Phone: 094 9622757
Amen – http://www.amen.ie
Works with male victims of abuse.
Helpline: 046 9023 718
An Garda Siochana – http://www.garda.ie
Castlerea Garda Station 094 9620057
Ballaghaderreen CDP – http://www.ballaghaderreen.com/nwcdp.htm
Barnados – http://www.barnardos.ie/
Barnardos works with vulnerable children and their families in Ireland and campaign for the rights of all children.
01 453 0355
Barnados TeenHelp – http://www.barnardos.ie/teenhelp
BeLonG To – http://www.belongto.org/
BeLonG To is a national youth service for Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) young people, aged between 14 and 23, in Ireland.
01 670 6223
Bodywhys – http://www.bodywhys.ie/
The Eating Disorder Association of Ireland
1890 200 444
Carers Association of Ireland – http://www.carersireland.com
Ireland’s national voluntary organisation for and of family carers in the home.
Castlerea Foroige – http://www.foroige.ie
Contact Rachel Walshe/ Aoife Hanley on 086-7814777 / 086-8380582 or Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Castlerea NYP – 094 962 2952
Childline – http://www.childline.ie
Citizens Information – http://www.citizensinformation.ie
0761 07 4000
Console – http://www.console.ie
The National Suicide Charity.
Helpline: 1800 201 890
Cork Feminista – http://corkfeminista.wordpress.com
Cork Feminista is a collective of women and men who meet once a month to discuss different issues related to women’s equality and feminism.
Cuan Aire Family Life Centre (Castlerea) – 094 9620057
Diabetes Federation of Ireland – http://www.diabetes.ie
ph. 01 836 3022 / helpline. 1850 909 909
Domestic Violence — See Women’s Aid.
Drink Help – http://DrinkHelp.ie
Provides access to information and advice on alcohol-related issues and problems, and the help and services available to people concerned about their own drinking or the drinking of a family member or friend.
01- 878 0610
Drugs & HIV Helpline – 1800 459459
Drug Service Counsellors (HSE)
- Mary McCartney 087 2220380
- Karen Gavin 087 6538201
Dublin Rape Crisis Centre – http://www.drcc.ie/
The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre was established in 1979 and is a national organisation offering a wide range of services in order to offer help and support to anyone who has experienced sexual violence of any kind.
Family Life Centre, Boyle – http://www.familylifecentre.ie
Tel: 071 9663000
Feminist Open Forum – http://feministopenforum.wordpress.com/
The Feminist Open Forum provides a space for feminists in Dublin to debate, discuss and disperse information about feminist issues. They hold monthly meetings on a range of topics. No fee or formal membership is required and anyone interested is welcome to attend and contribute.
F.L.A.C (Free Legal Advice Centres) – http://www.flac.ie
Information & Referral Line: 1890 350 250
Focus Ireland – http://www.focusireland.ie/
Advancing the right of homeless people to live in a place they can call home, through the provision of quality services, research and advocacy.
Closest office, Sligo. Tel: 071 914 9974 / 071 914 9970
Galway Rape Crisis Centre – http://www.galwayrcc.org
Gamblers Anonymous – http://www.gamblersanonymous.ie/
Gay Roscommon (Facebook) https://www.facebook.com/gayroscommon
Gay Switchboard – http://www.gayswitchboard.ie/
A non-directive, non-judgmental, befriending, support and general information service to the gay, lesbian, and bi-sexual community, and to anyone with issues concerning their sexuality, their families and friends.
Government Website – http://www.gov.ie
Grow – http://www.grow.ie
Mental Health support — meetings hosted at RWN weekly.
Hanna’s House – http://www.hannashouse.ie/
Hanna’s House is an organisation which supports women’s participation in leadership and decision making.
028 9023 0212
Headstrong – http://www.headstrong.ie/
Changing how Ireland thinks about young people’s mental health through Jigsaw, Research and Advocacy.
01 4727 010
Headway – http://www.headway.ie/
Brain Injury Info & Support Line: 1890 200 278
Health Service Executive (HSE)– http:// www.hse.ie
HSE Psychology Department – 090 6665020
Integration Centre – http://www.integrationcentre.ie/
The Integration Centre is a non-governmental organisation which is committed to the integration and inclusion of people from immigrant backgrounds in Ireland.
Irish Council for Social Housing – http://www.icsh.ie/
National representative federation for non-profit housing associations, trusts and other social housing/hostel organisations.
Tel: 01 661 8334
Irish Family Planning Association – http://www.ifpa.ie/
The Irish Family Planning Association (IFPA) is Ireland’s leading sexual health charity.
Irish Feminist Network – http://www.irishfeministnetwork.org/
Irish Osteoporosis Society – http://www.irishosteoporosis.ie/index.php
01 637 5050
Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children – http://www.ispcc.ie/
01 6767 960
Legal Aid Board – http://www.legalaidboard.ie/LAB/Publishing.nsf/Content/Home
Includes Family Mediation Services, and services for refugees and victims of human trafficking.
LoCall: 1890 615 200
Letterkenny Women’s Centre – http://www.lwc.ie
Living Links – http://www.livinglinks.ie
Suicide bereavement support.
Longford Women’s Link – http://www.longfordwomenslink.org
Losing your job – http://www.losingyourjob.ie
MABS Roscommon – http://www.mabs.ie
Money And Budgeting Services
MarriagEquality – http://www.marriagequality.ie/
Marriage Equality has been campaigning since February 2008 for equality for same sex couples, their families and their children.
Mental Health Service 090 6626200
Mental Health Ireland – http://www.mentalhealthireland.ie
Narcotics Anonymous – http://www.na-ireland.org
01 6728000 (Information Line Only)
National Counselling Services, Roscommon – http://www.hse-ncs.ie
Tel: 090 6628810
National Women’s Council of Ireland – http://www.nwci.ie
The National Collective of Community-based Women’s Networks – http://www.nccwn.org
North Leitrim Women’s Centre – http://www.northleitrimwomenscentre.ie
Northwest Roscommon CDP – http://www.northwestroscommoncdp.ie
OCD Ireland – http://ocdireland.org
One Family – http://onefamily.ie/
One Family is a leading national organisation for one-parent families in Ireland.
One in Four – http://www.oneinfour.ie/
One in four people in Ireland experience sexual abuse; this organisation helps survivors.
01 662 4070
Outwest Ireland (Social and Support Network for Gay Community) – http://www.outwestireland.ie
Overeaters Anonymous – http://www.oa.org/
Overeaters Anonymous offers a program of recovery from compulsive eating using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of OA. Meetings held in 18 locations across Ireland
phone. Cork 086 3526467 Dublin 01 2788106
Parentline – http://www.parentline.ie/
1890 927277 or 01 8733500 or 01 8787230
Pavee Point – http://paveepoint.ie/
The national organisation for Irish Travellers in Ireland, promoting equality, health, youth work, anti-racism and recognition of the ethnic minority status.
Pieta House – http://www.pieta.ie/index.php
Provides suicide and self-harm support services.
Relationships Ireland – http://www.relationshipsireland.com/
At Relationships Ireland we offer non-denominational couple counselling in Dublin for people of all ages and of any relationship status.
Roscommon County Council – http://www.roscommoncoco.ie
Roscommon Disability Support Group
Resource Centre, Derrane, Co Roscommon.
090 662 5877
Roscommon Herald – http://www.roscommonherald.com
Roscommon Hospital – 0906620200
Roscommon Information (General) – http://www.roscommon.ie
Roscommon Integrated Development Company (RIDC) – http://www.ridc.ie
Roscommon Mental Health Line – 090 6637010
Roscommon Primary Care – 090 666500
Roscommon Social Worker – 071 9662087
Roscommon V.E.C – http://www.roscommonvec.ie
Roswin (Roscommon Women into Business Network) – http://www.roswin.ie
Ruhama – http://www.ruhama.ie/
Established in 1989, Ruhama is a Dublin-based NGO which works on a national level with women affected by prostitution and other forms of commercial sexual exploitation.
Safelink – http://roscommonsafelink.com/
Roscommon SAFE Link offers information, support and counseling to women who have experienced Domestic Violence and Abusive situations.
Call: 071 966 4200
Samaritans – http://www.samaritans.org
1850 60 90 90
Senior Helpline (Support for Older People) – http://www.seniorhelpline.ie
Shine – http://www.shineonline.ie/
Shine is the national organisation dedicated to upholding the rights and addressing the needs of all those affected by mental ill health.
helpline 1890 621 631
Sophia Housing Association – http://www.sophia.ie/
Sophia Housing Association is a national social housing organisation, supporting the needs of homeless people around the country.
01 473 8300
SPIRASI – http://www.spirasi.ie/
SPIRASI is a humanitarian, intercultural, non-governmental organisation that works with asylum seekers, refugees and other disadvantaged migrant groups, with special concern for survivors of torture.
STI/GUM Clinic Galway 091 525200
Teenline – http://www.teenline.ie
Transgender Equality Network Ireland – http://www.teni.ie/
Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) seeks to improve conditions and advance the rights and equality of trans* people and their families.
(01) 873 3575
Treoir – http://www.treoir.ie/
The national federation of services for unmarried parents and their children
Helpline: LoCall 1890 252 084 / 01 6700120