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Support Services

Family support services in Galway

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1. Accord Ballinasloe View More Details on Accord Ballinasloe Visit the Accord Ballinasloe Website Email Accord Ballinasloe
Address: Contact Details:
Family Centre,
Brackernagh,
Ballinasloe
Telephone: 090-9643573 Monday to Thursday 9.30am - 1.30pm, Friday 9.30am - 12.30pm
Email: ballinasloeaccord@eircom.net
Website: www.accord.ie

ACCORD aims to help couples initiate, sustain and enrich their marriage and family relationships
Other services offered:
         - marital sexual therapy
         - fertility and well-being service
         - marriage enrichment
         - schools programme
Counselling - the service is based on the client's needs rather than their ability to pay.  A contribution is requested if the person or couple can afford to make one
Marriage Preparation - a course fee applies but the service is free if the couple cannot afford to pay

 
2. Accord Tuam View More Details on Accord Tuam Visit the Accord Tuam Website Email Accord Tuam
Address: Contact Details:
6 St. Jarleth's Place,
Tuam
Telephone: 093-24900 Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 10.00am - 3.00pm
Email: accordtuam@eircom.net
Website: www.accord.ie

ACCORD aims to help couples initiate, sustain and enrich their marriage and family relationships
Other services offered:
         - marital sexual therapy
         - fertility and well-being service
         - marriage enrichment
         - schools programme
Counselling - the service is based on the client's needs rather than their ability to pay.  A contribution is requested if the person or couple can afford to make one
Marriage Preparation - a course fee applies but the service is free if the couple cannot afford to pay

 
3. Acorns 2 Oaks Play Therapy View More Details on Acorns 2 Oaks Play Therapy Visit the Acorns 2 Oaks Play Therapy Website Email Acorns 2 Oaks Play Therapy
Address: Contact Details:
9 Kilkerrin Park,
Liosban Industrial Estate,
Galway City

Contact: Emer Mc Donagh
Telephone: 0876841231
Email: emer@acorns2oaksplaytherapy.com
Website: www.acorns2oaksplaytherapy.com

Acorns 2 Oaks is a Galway based Play Therapy Service, which offers a variety of services individually catered to each client.
Acorns 2 Oaks Play Therapy is run by Emer Mc Donagh, Play Therapist and Child Psychotherapist.  
I use a variety of toys and techniques in my work, including Non Directive Play Therapy, Therapeutic Story Work, Drama,
Puppets, Masks, Sand Play, Art and Clay.
I welcome contact from anybody who wishes to discuss a concern related to children in their care.


The desired outcomes of Play Therapy include a reduction in anxiety, increased confidence and independence, improved relationships with family and friends, positive behaviour changes, improved coping skills and increased resiliency. Play Therapy can benefit children from 3 years of age upwards. I also offer creative counselling and play therapy for older children and adolescents.


Play Therapy can be effective for children experiencing a broad range of difficulties, including:

•Emotional difficulties such as aggression, depression, low self esteem, anxiety and withdrawal
•Behavioural difficulties
•Loss or bereavement
•Abuse or neglect
•Problems with socialising
•Having poor play skills
•Have delayed development with ASD, ADHD or any Learning Difficulty
•Parental Separation
•Being bullied or has become a bully
•They are not reaching their fullest potential academically, socially, physically and/or emotionally


People to Contact

Emer Mc Donagh
emer@acorns2oaksplaytherapy.com
0876841231

 
4. Affordable Counselling Service by Helplink View More Details on Affordable Counselling Service by Helplink Visit the Affordable Counselling Service by Helplink Website Email Affordable Counselling Service by Helplink
Address: Contact Details:
Available nationwide both online and by phone from your own home or private setting e.g. car, office etc.

Also available face-to-face in Galway City.

Third Floor,
Ross House,
Merchant's Road,
Galway
Telephone: 091 520963
Email: counselling@helplink.ie
Website: http://www.helplink.ie/counsel...

Low Cost Online or Phone Counselling

Research shows that online (video) counselling or phone counselling works the same as traditional face-to-face counselling. The only difference is that appointments happen through your computer, smart phone or your standard phone in a place that can be more comfortable and more convenient for you; like your own home, car, office or other private setting!

One online/phone appointment costs €38 euro or you can buy bundles of appointments: 3 for €110 or 6 for €200

We also provide traditional in person (face-to-face) counselling in our offices in Galway city and Ennis, Co. Clare!

One face-to-face appointment costs €50 or €45 with a GP referral (letter or email), you can also buy a bundle package of 6 appointments for €275.

Helplink’s professional, Garda vetted counsellors are there at times to suit you, seven days a week: 8 am to 8 pm Monday to Friday and 12 to 6 pm Saturday and Sunday (Closed on Bank Holidays and Christmas/New Year’s Eve).

We can help if you are dealing with:

Feeling unhappy, feeling low, being constantly worried, not sleeping, feeling stressed out and/or anxious, behaviour problems, anger issues, feeling sad, difficulty dealing with a death, being bullied/cyber bullied, feeling confused, drinking too much, addiction problems, problems with eating, not feeling good about yourself, lacking in confidence…

WARNING

We do not provide a crisis service, people seriously contemplating suicide or in need of immediate help should go to their local A&E; Dial 999 for assistance.

 
5. Aonad Family Resource Centre View More Details on Aonad Family Resource Centre Email Aonad Family Resource Centre
Address: Contact Details:
The Square,
Ballygar,
Co. Galway
Contact: Siobhan Noctor (Coordinator)
Telephone: 090 6624484
Email: aonad@eircom.net

Key services provided by FRCs include:

    The provision of family support, information and advice at local level.
    Practical assistance to community groups (such as training, information, advice and use of shared facilities).
    Education courses and training opportunities.

People to Contact

Siobhan Noctor (Coordinator)

 
6. Ballinalsoe Family Support Services View More Details on Ballinalsoe Family Support Services
Address: Contact Details:
Health Centre
Brackernagh
Co. Galway
Contact: Catriona Newell
Telephone: 09096-46200

The Ballinasloe Family Support Service are a team of HSE staff who work with families through difficult times in their lives and provide intensive support to those who need it.

We aim to provide a service to families within their own homes and communities, to build on their strenghs and help them to overcome difficulties.

People to Contact

Catriona Newell
09096-46200

Eamonn Mullins
mullins_e@hse.ie
0909646255

 
7. Ballinasloe Community Information Centre View More Details on Ballinasloe Community Information Centre Email Ballinasloe Community Information Centre
Address: Contact Details:
The Emerald
McNevin Avenue
Ballinasloe
Contact: Terry Hanlon
Telephone: 090-9644390
Email: bsloecic@eircom.net

 

We provide a free, impartial and confidential Information Service to the people of Ballinasloe and surrounding areas.

Topics covered include –

  • Social Welfare Entitlements
  • Supplementary Welfare
  • Employment Rights
  • Education Grants
  • Medical Cards
  • Entitlements for the over 60’s
  • Entitlements for people with disability
  • Appeals etc.


Further support services available in the Centre

Supported by FÁS/DSP
Affiliated to INOU and Comhairle
 

People to Contact

Terry Hanlon

Ger Moloney

Mary Donohue
 
8. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ireland - Galway View More Details on Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ireland - Galway Email Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ireland - Galway
Address: Contact Details:
Westside Community Resource Centre
Old Seamus Quirke Road,
Galway
Telephone: 091-554423 (Reception)
Email: info@bbbsireland.ie

Matching a male or female volunteer with a referred young person aged between 10-18years.  The programme offers friendship resulting in a positive impact on the young person’s development.

AGE GROUP:   10 – 18 years male/female

 
9. Brothers of Charity View More Details on Brothers of Charity
Address: Contact Details:
Woodlands,
Renmore,
Galway
Telephone: 091-721400 (Reception)

This service caters for children and young people over 6yrs in relation to intellectual disabilities.

 
10. Cancer Care West View More Details on Cancer Care West Visit the Cancer Care West  Website Email Cancer Care West
Address: Contact Details:
University College Hospital,
Galway

Telephone: 091 545000
Email: info@cancercarewest.ie
Website: www.cancercarewest.ie

Cancer Care West is a not for profit, West of Ireland registered charity (CHY11260), dedicated to supporting those whose lives have been affected by a cancer diagnosis. It aims to enhance patient care and well being and to provide supports to cancer patients and their families during and after their treatment.

 
11. Caring For Carers (Cummer/Tuam) View More Details on Caring For Carers (Cummer/Tuam)
Address: Contact Details:
Tavanagh,
Cummer,
Tuam,
Co. Galway
Contact: Ms. Mary Forde Secretary
Telephone: 093 – 41312

People to Contact

Ms. Mary Forde Secretary

 
12. Caring For Carers (Dunmore) View More Details on Caring For Carers (Dunmore)
Address: Contact Details:
Strawberry Hill,
Dunmore
Contact: Ms. Anne Daly (Secretary)
Telephone: 093 – 51450 / 086 - 3857745

People to Contact

Ms. Anne Daly (Secretary)

 
13. Caring for Carers – West View More Details on Caring for Carers – West Visit the Caring for Carers – West Website Email Caring for Carers – West
Address: Contact Details:
Curragh Park,
Tuam,
Co. Galway
Contact: Ms. Brid Lynch (Development Officer)
Telephone: 093 – 25362
Email: caringforcarerswest@eircom.net
Website: www.caringforcarers.ie/

People to Contact

Ms. Brid Lynch (Development Officer)

 
14. Clann Family Resource Centre View More Details on Clann Family Resource Centre Visit the Clann Family Resource Centre Website Email Clann Family Resource Centre
Address: Contact Details:
Cregg Lodge, Station Road, Oughterard, Co. Galway
Email: clannres@eircom.net
Website: www.clannresourcecentre.com

Key services provided by FRCs include:

    The provision of family support, information and advice at local level.
    Practical assistance to community groups (such as training, information, advice and use of shared facilities).
    Education courses and training opportunities.

 
15. CONSOLE - Bereaved by Suicide View More Details on CONSOLE - Bereaved by Suicide Visit the CONSOLE - Bereaved by Suicide Website Email CONSOLE - Bereaved by Suicide
Address: Contact Details:
Console House
9A Elm Park
Renmore, Galway
Contact: Marie Whyte, Centre Manager
Telephone: 091 769942
1800 201 890
Email: marie.whyte@console.ie
Website: www.console.ie

CONSOLE aims to support those bereaved by suicide by providing;-

  •     Counselling  and Support
  •     Monthly support Group
  •     National Freephone Helpline
  •     Community Outreach
  •     Conferences and Training
  •     Literature to help people understand the grieving process
  •     Suicide Prevention Work including a  DVD 'A Life 2 live4'


Console was established in 2002 by Paul Kelly after he had experienced the grief of losing a loved one by Suicide. Through his loss, Paul recognised a need for a dedicated Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Postvention Service here in Ireland.

Since then Console has developed into a National Organisation supporting people in Suicidal Crisis and those Bereaved by Suicide through Professional Counselling, Support and Helpline Services.

Console is a National Service with Centres in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Athlone, Wexford and Kildare.

People to Contact

Marie Whyte, Centre Manager
091 769942

 
16. Counselling West View More Details on Counselling West Visit the Counselling West Website Email Counselling West
Address: Contact Details:
Dublin Rd ( nest door to Feely's Pharmacy)
Tuam
Co Galway
Contact: Gina Dowd
Telephone: 087 9913179
Email: counsellingwest@gmail.com
Website: www.counsellingwest.ie

About
My name is Gina Dowd and I work as a Counsellor/ Psychotherapist with Adults, Teenagers and Children. I am based in Tuam, centrally located on the Dublin Rd. I have been providing counselling and support to individuals and families for over 15 years in various settings.  A qualified Psychotherapist, I trained with the Tivoli Institute in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy. I am a member of the Irish Association of Counselling Practitioners and am Garda vetted by the HSE.
My initial training was in Social Work. I have worked within both the public and private sector of the HSE and NHS in Ireland and the U.K. Having completed a Degree and Masters in Social Work I gained further training in Bereavement and Loss, Family Therapy, Children and Loss, Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. My experience includes work with Bereaved adults and Children in Hospice and Palliative Care Teams, Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse, direct work with young Children and Teenagers with anxiety and loss. Personal development in Yoga training with adults and children has enabled me to incorporate and understanding of both body and mind in my counselling approach.


Services
Children
This work offers an opportunity to young children to explore issues of anxiety, loss change or upset that may be happening in their lives. Working alongside parents in family sessions promotes the interaction and communications patterns that facilitate change. All work requires parental consent and initial family consultation. I work with children from age 4+.

Teenagers/ Adolescents
One to one work which supports the sharing of feelings regarding anxiety, change & loss, sexual identity, fears and worries loneliness or frustration. The therapeutic space I offer is an opportunity for a young person to begin to get to know themselves and figure out their own place in the world. Family sessions are offered in consultation with the younger person as a way to encourage communication and facilitate positive change within the family network.
Adults
The work of therapy is most often associated with present difficulties and a sense of unease in the world. For many this often relates to childhood memories, experiences and introjections. My training in the psychodynamic and eclectic model affords me the opportunity to work with adults who face many challenges and upsets in their lives. For many feelings of stress, despair or anxiety lead to unhappiness in themselves and confusion around identity and the way forward. I offer adults the opportunity to talks through their concerns in a helpful and supportive way so that a person can make sense of both their feelings in body and mind. Short or long term support is offered depending on individual need and requirements.

The Older Adult
From my experience over the years older people today face many issues which are unique to the 65+ age range. Elder Abuse, Issues of identity, Bereavement and Separation are some of the many issues which face the older adult today. Having worked with older people for most of my career to date I have found that support to enable the older person to express feeling of loss and change due to illness, death or abuse are so important. The support I offer is grounded in an appreciation of the wisdom and challenges faced by many older people today and the opportunity to share and express all that is relevant about ageing today.

The many issues that I deal with include:
Childhood Issues & Trauma, Sexual Identity, Grief, Loss& Relationship Separation Anxiety & Depression, Personal Development, Sexual, Physical & Emotional Abuse, Self Esteem Confidence & Assertiveness.

People to Contact

Gina Dowd
counsellingwest@gmail.com
087 9913179

 
17. Couples/Marriage Counselling by Helplink View More Details on Couples/Marriage Counselling by Helplink Visit the Couples/Marriage Counselling by Helplink Website Email Couples/Marriage Counselling by Helplink
Address: Contact Details:
Face-to-face Couples/Marriage Counselling available from:

Third Floor,
Ross House,
Merchant's Road,
Galway
Telephone: 091 520963
Email: counselling@helplink.ie
Website: www.helplink.ie/counselling/co...

Couples, relationship and marriage counselling provided by Helplink

Helplink provide Couple/Relationship/Marital Counselling with Katherine McGee MIACP.

There are three options available:

  1. Online (video) counselling available nationwide from your home, private setting, or from two different locations if you are apart for work etc.
  2. Telephone counselling
  3. In person at our Galway and Oranmore offices for face-to-face sessions.

If your relationship is in distress or if you experience:
  • Poor communication (tools and skills will be introduced to achieve results)
  • Trust issues
  • Lack of intimacy (tools & skills will be introduced to establish deeper levels of intimacy)
  • Incompatibility (issues might be explored to establish mutual goals for you live together as a couple & family)
  • Domestic violence
  • Spectrum of psychological disorders including Alcoholism, depression, anxiety, Erectile Dysfunction, psycho-sexual issues etc Ref: http://www.minddisorders.com/Br-Del/Couples-therapy.html
  • Maybe you notice that things just aren’t ‘right’, and need some objectivity to explore what’s going on.
The Goal of couple’s therapy is to identify stresses and devise a treatment plan designed to establish harmony and alleviate relational distress. 

The Objective is to restore healthy functioning, so that the couple can move forward in their lives.

Katherine McGee holds a Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy from The Tivoli Institute. She is accredited with the Irish Assoc Counselling & Psychotherapy (IACP) and in her professional development includes advanced couples/family training (PCI), she is a licensed group facilitator (Fetac) and is Garda vetted by Helplink.

The fee for this specialist counselling service is 65 euro or 60 euro with a GP referral (email or letter). .

 
18. Croí, The West of Ireland Cardiac Foundation View More Details on Croí, The West of Ireland Cardiac Foundation Visit the Croí, The West of Ireland Cardiac Foundation Website Email Croí, The West of Ireland Cardiac Foundation
Address: Contact Details:
University Hospital, Galway

Telephone: 091 544310
Email: info@croi.ie
Website: www.croi.ie

Croí's aim is to reduce the impact of Cardiovascular Disease on individuals and families by supporting a range of initiatives in the areas of prevention, education, lifestyle change, treatment and rehabilitation

 
19. Department of Social Protection View More Details on Department of Social Protection Visit the Department of Social Protection Website Email Department of Social Protection
Address: Contact Details:
Áras Mhic Dhiarmada,
Store Street,
Dublin 1
Telephone: 01 7043000
Email: info@welfare.ie
Website: www.welfare.ie

The Department's role is to promote a caring society through ensuring access to income support and other services, enabling active participation, promoting social inclusion and supporting families. Older people are supported through income and other support services including the following;

– Information Services – 1890 66 22 44
– Free Travel, Household Benefits, State Pension, Domiciliary Care, Widow(er)s Pension, Widowed Parent Grant, Blind Persons Pension - Tel: 1890 500 000
– Carer's Allowance, Carer's Benefit, Disability Allowance, Disablement Benefit, Invalidity Pension, Bereavement Grant - Tel: 1890 927 770
– Supplementary Welfare Allowance - 071 9157100
– Homemakers Te 1890 690 690
– Respite Care Grant – Tel: 01 6732222
– Illness Benefit, Injury Benefit, Medical Care – Tel: 1890 928 400
– Treatment Benefit -Telephone 1890 400 400 
Social Welfare Local Office Galway Tel 091 500800 
Hynes Building, St. Augustine Street, Galway, Co. Galway

 
20. Domestic Violence Response View More Details on Domestic Violence Response Visit the Domestic Violence Response Website Email Domestic Violence Response
Address: Contact Details:
The Courtyard,
Main Street
Oughterard,
Co. Galway
Contact: Co-ordinator
Telephone: Telephone: 091 866740
Email: Email: dvr@indigo.ie
Website: www.domesticviolenceresponse.c...

Domestic Violence Response is a rural based project responding to the issue of domestic violence primarily in West Galway. 
http://www.domesticviolenceresponse.com/

Our aim is to identify and respond to the needs of women and children in Co. Galway who are subjected to violence and abuse in the home; and to develop long-term responses that work towards the elimination of domestic violence.

What is domestic violence?

Domestic violence is any form of physical, sexual or emotional violence which puts safety or welfare of a family member at risk.


What happens when you contact the service:

  • We provide a free and confidential service to give you an opportunity to explore problems you may be having in your relationship.
  • We will arrange a once off assessment visit with you at a place that is safe and accessible for you.
  • We will offer you further follow up appointments, court accompaniment and referrals to other agencies as needed.
  • We will accompany you to relevant agencies as needed.
  • We also provide telephone support.
  • We also provide education and awareness.


Impact of living with domestic violence includes:
 

  • Feeling afraid.
  • Believing the abuse is your fault.
  • Doubting yourself and your judgement.
  • Feeling guilty and ashamed.
  • Physical injuries.

Contact us at 091 866740 to find out the support and protection available to you.

People to Contact

Co-ordinator

 
21. Empowerment Plus View More Details on Empowerment Plus Visit the Empowerment Plus Website Email Empowerment Plus
Address: Contact Details:
14 Fana Burca
Knocknacarra
Galway.
Contact: Belinda Mullen
Telephone: 091-573030
0867710095
Email: belindamullen@eplus.ie
Email: hazelkeeley@eplus.ie
Website: www.facebook.com/EPlusYouthFam...

Empowerment Plus offers Family Support Services in Galway City and County.

We also operate in the North East where cases can also be child protection / child welfare. We also offer support to foster placements if requested.

E+ is a needs led service that operates 24/7 all through the year.

It is an in home service where what ever support required is given, i.e. access, practical, emotional, etc.

Our objective is to empower our clients to live their lives and to reach their potential.

People to Contact

Belinda Mullen
belindamullen@eplus.ie
0867710095

 
22. Empowerment Plus View More Details on Empowerment Plus Visit the Empowerment Plus Website Email Empowerment Plus
Address: Contact Details:
Galway Address:
Belinda Mullen (Manager)
14 Fana Burca,
Western Distributor Road,
Knocknacarra,
Galway

Meath Address:
Tom Clogher (CEO)
Milbrook Road,
Oldcastle,
Co Meath

Kildare Address:
Damien Carty (Manager)
Old Medical Centre,
Sarto Road,
Nass,
Kildare



Contact: Belinda Mullen
Telephone: 086 7710095
086 7710099
085 1685693
Email: belindamullen@eplus.ie
Email: tomclogher@eplus.ie
Email: hazelkeeley@eplus.ie
Website: www.empowermentplus.ie

Empowerment Plus support services seek to protect children from abuse, promote their welfare and uphold their rights, while encouraging the family members to take on such a role. It considers matters pertaining to children and young people’s care while working to strengthen the family’s capacity to take care of themselves.The Empowerment Model is designed to give maximum support to families and young people who are at risk of a family breakdown and facing residential placement or secure detention placement.

Empowerment Plus are committed to supporting young people and families who find themselves in high risk situations, and we believe that given the right help, the family is the natural environment for the care and upbringing of children. Parents play a vital role in providing a safe and secure environment in which children’s physical, social, emotional and educational development is nurtured.

At Empowerment Plus we believe that family support describes any activity or service provided by family, friends and statutory/voluntary/community sector agencies to families with children and young people. Family support emphasises the needs of all family members in order to enhance parental capacity and help children to reach their full potential.

The empowerment Plus Model involves the provision of support services, tailored to each young person and their family, with an emphasis on the community who can be supportive to the family in a spirit of partnership and unconditional care.

The hours of support we provide are tailored to the young person and family. Hours fluctuate depending on the young person’s/family’s progress during the programme. At Empowerment Plus we have a commitment not to create a dependency on services, however we do recognise that some young people and families may require a step-down service. This step-down service is fully support and empowered by Empowerment Plus.

Empowerment Plus are a national support service working primarily in The North East, Galway and the Midlands.

Empowerment Plus is a limited company by guarantee with charitable status registered through the Companies Office, Ireland.

Charity number CHY 19021

People to Contact

Belinda Mullen
belindamullen@eplus.ie
086 7710095

Tom Clogher
tomclogher@eplus.ie
086 7710099

Hazel Keeley
hazelkeeley@eplus.ie
085 1685693
 
23. Enable Ireland View More Details on Enable Ireland
Address: Contact Details:
Seamus Quirke Road,
Westside,
Galway
Telephone: 091 - 526321 (Reception)

This service caters for children and young people over 6yrs in relation to physical disabilities.

 
24. Family Mediation Service (FSA) View More Details on Family Mediation Service (FSA) Visit the Family Mediation Service (FSA) Website
Address: Contact Details:

3rd Floor,
Merchants Square,
New Dock Street,
Galway

Telephone: (091) 509730
Website: www.welfare.ie/

Family mediation

 
25. Family Welfare Conference Service View More Details on Family Welfare Conference Service Email Family Welfare Conference Service
Address: Contact Details:
HR Building
Merlin Park Hospital
Galway
Contact: Jason Leavy
Telephone: 091 775485 / 087 9743735
Administrator: 091 548496
Email: Jason.Leavy@mailn.hse.ie

When a family is in need of support a Family Welfare Conference may be helpful in making a plan.  A Family Welfare Conference is a decision making meeting which brings family members, friends and other people important to the family together.  The family meeting is arranged by an independent co-ordinator at a time and place that suits the family.  Family Welfare Conferences are based on the principle of partnership and help families to find solutions to their own problems with support from the HSE.  The process makes use of the strengths and resources within the family and respects each families own culture and values.

AGE GROUP:   Families
FEES/COSTS:  None

People to Contact

Jason Leavy

 
26. FÁS
 - Galway Employment Services Office View More Details on FÁS
 - Galway Employment Services Office Visit the FÁS
 - Galway Employment Services Office Website Email FÁS
 - Galway Employment Services Office
Address: Contact Details:
Galway Employment Services Office,
Island House,
Cathedral Square,
Galway
Telephone: 091 534400
Email: info@fas.ie
Website: www.fas.ie

FÁS enhances the skills and competencies of individuals and enterprises through the provision of tailored training and employment programmes that suit everyone's needs.

 
27. Galway Autism Partnership View More Details on Galway Autism Partnership Visit the Galway Autism Partnership Website Email Galway Autism Partnership
Address: Contact Details:
Galway Autism Partnership , Tigh Ronain , 36 Laurel Park ,Newcastle , Galway City
Contact: Louise Sheehy
Telephone: 0831222302
Email: info@galwayautismpartnership.com
Website: www.galwayautismpartnership.co...

Galway Autism Partnership GAP is a registered charity for Autism Spectrum Disorders in Galway city and County.GAP runs three afterschool clubs, a Youth Cafe , Monthly sensory cinema club , family outings , support meetings , summer camps , Saturday kids club to start soon. training course on Autism Spectrum Disorder starting September 2013, Autism Awareness campaigns for Galay city and county , information sessions for parents and carers., alsoo information packs on autism to schools

People to Contact

Louise Sheehy
info@galwayautismpartnership.com
0831222302

 
28. Galway Autism Partnership View More Details on Galway Autism Partnership Visit the Galway Autism Partnership Website Email Galway Autism Partnership
Address: Contact Details:
Galway Autism Partnership
Tigh Ronan
36 Laurel Park
Newcastle
Galway city
Contact: Louise Sheehy
Telephone: 0831222302
Email: info@galwayautismpartnership.com
Website: www.galwayautismpartnership.co...

Galway Autism Partnership GAP is a registered charity for Autism Spectrum Disorders in Galway city and County.

Mission
Galway Autism Partnership was formed to support, assist and identify requirements of families living and support a person with autism.  Our current aim is not to re-create a system but identify the 'gap'.

Origin
GAP was formed in 2011 by parents struggling with the lack of information and support while raising children with autism IN THE WEST, through a facebook page.  Our patron is President Michael D. Higgins.  We are currently based at Tigh Ronain, Laurel Park Newcastle from 9.30-1.30pm four days a week, provide telephone support seven days a week and facilitate a facebook page and website.  We have one part time office manager.

Membership
Our current membership is just peaking at over 400 families.  Our families are based in Galway City and County, however we do have families from surrounding counties in the region who liaise with us and we have established fantastic links with other autism groups in the country.  An average of 3 families join GAP a week.

What does GAP do?
As stated above we aim to bridge the gap in current support systems for families living with the challenges of autism.  We liaise with our members on an ongoing basis and take our direction from them.  Based on that we have established -

1. A junior youth group - in conjunction with foroige this group facilitates children with autism aged between 11-14 years with the aim of easing the transitions to teenage years and secondary school.  This has been identified by parents as a hugely problematic area with some serious consequences for these kids.  This group facilitates 12 children and has been established since September 2012.

2. A senior youth group - this group again delivered in conjunction with Foroige continues to support individuals aged 15-18 years with mainstream challenges and liviing with autism.  Our facilitators encourage the group to work on social interaction with an aim to problem solving and being able to advocate for themselves.  This group facilitates 12 individuals.

3. 3 afterschool groups - we currently provide three afterschool groups for children aged 4-7 years in Tuam, Knocknacarra and Doughiska.  The groups are facilitated by primary schools presently.  The groups provide a fun environment for children with autism to work on social skills through play and necessary respite support for parents/caregivers on that given afternoon.

4. 1 Saturday kids club - we are launching our first Saturday kids club next week for children with autism and complex sensory needs.  The children in this group have a complex level of autism and do not partake in mainstream activities.  The group will be based at Tigh Ronain with an emphasis on outings in the community.  The group provides essential respite support to these families to concentrate on other family requirements of siblings.  It would be our vision to have a 2nd Saturday kids group in 2014 as demand for weekend activities is evident.

5. Summer camps - In 2013 GAP undertook their first summer camps for children with autism TO INCLUDE their siblings.  When schools close for Summer the majority of families with children with autism struggle.  We identified this and facilitated 40 children over 4 weeks in August.  We offered a range of activities from swimming, yoga, music therapy, circus skills, computers, cooking and outings in the community.

6. Social Care Respite Program - In March 2013 GAP did a pilot study with students of the Social Care Degree program at NUI Galway.  These students are required to avail of 200hours practical placement during each academic year.  GAP identified this opportunity and through talks and alot of work we will have 30 families availing of student placement to assist their families one day a week for 3 hours.  This service will provide an essential support system for families.

7. Assisted support - GAP has launched a major recruitment, interview and assessment campaign for volunteers in 2013.  Galway is academically rich due to our 2 fantastic third level institutions and we identified the need for the students studying relevant childcare/education courses for practical experience.  Based on this recruitment GAP has a wonderful network of volunteers to assist all of our programs and also assist any child with autism on a 1:1 capacity should they wish to participate at a mainstream activity i.e. Art classes at Galway Arts Centre.

8. GAP holds monthly support meetings at our base in Tigh Ronain and quarterly family days out in a variety of locations i.e. Loughwell farm, Kilcornan walled garden and Busy Bees.

Based on the above information alone 80 families in Galway City and County will be availing of direct practical support and a service this September.

Partnership Models
At GAP we are totally aware of our limitations on services we can provide.  However to maximise our service provision we buit valued partnerships in the community.  Some of those partnerships include
School awareness packs - In March 2013 GAP produced a school awareness pack for 50 primary schools in Galway city and county.  This information pack and 10 minute CD presentation was very well received with schools from all over Ireland requesting copies of same.
Brothers of charity services and use of their facilities at Kilcornan, Clarinbridge
Forogie - use of their facilities at Foster Street Galway for Youth groups
Health and Leisure clubs - facilitated swim sessions for members at Salthill hotel & Maldron hotel Galway.
City Taxis- this taxi company kindly facilitated our summer camps this summer.
Rosedale school - Through a very generous offer of practical support from Celestrica Galway, GAP identified the need for support for Rosedale school and its children.  Rosedale school facilitates 68 children with severe to profound intellectual disability and severe autism.  The condition of this school is an absolute disgrace in modern society and GAP has endeavoured to to built on community spirit and generosity to engage with these wonderful schools and facilities who work tirelessly with autistic children.  Through much work and meetings Celestica has committed financial support and personnel to improving this school.

Achievements
GAP was recognised for their contribution to the community and its valuable resource to its members with an invite to speak at the World Autism Conference at NUI in April 2013.  Many worldwide professionals attended and presented at this event.  We continue to liaise with ICAN (Irish Centre for Autism and Neurological Disorders) at NUI Galway on projects, including managing challenging behaviour and oral hygiene.
We also won the Volunteer Organisation Section of the 2013 national Better Together Awards and were recogised by Galway City Council in 2013 for our contribution to social inclusion

Short Term goals
GAP has began the process of identifying the individuals with severe to profound intellectual and autism who are now 18 and have left the education system.  This group have profound needs and to date are being returned home to their families with no structured placements for many and no respite system in place for families.  GAP are working on identifying the current plans in place and bridging these gaps.
GAP will be producing 50 more school awareness packs November 2013
A strategic plan to engage more multinational companies in Galway to pursue practical projects for much neglected special needs facilitates in Galway city and county
A planned conference to liaise with all teachers of children with autism in Galway to also include social workers and early intervention teams, Iin November 2013.
Planned week long event to celebrate World Autism Week to encompass World Autism Day April 2nd 2014 and our very successful Light It Up Blue Campaign, see Galway Cathedral Light It Up Blue 2013.

Long Term goals
A sustained service delivery model with core government funding.
A GAP transport system!!
A permanent well functioning base!!

People to Contact

Louise Sheehy
info@galwayautismpartnership.com
0831222302

 
29. Galway Head Injury Support Group (GHISG) View More Details on Galway Head Injury Support Group (GHISG) Email Galway Head Injury Support Group (GHISG)
Address: Contact Details:
Telephone: 091 768168
Email: galwayhisg@gmail.com

The GHISG endeavours to improve the quality of life of people with acquired brain injury and their families.

 
30. Galway Migrant Service View More Details on Galway Migrant Service Visit the Galway Migrant Service Website Email Galway Migrant Service
Address: Contact Details:
3 The Plaza Offices,
Headford Road,
Galway
Telephone: 091 773466
Email: info@gcp.ie
Website: www.gcp.ie

Provides information, support and advocacy to migrant workers and their families.

 
31. Galway Speech Therapy View More Details on Galway Speech Therapy Visit the Galway Speech Therapy Website Email Galway Speech Therapy
Address: Contact Details:
Galway City
Contact: Geraldine Hogan
Telephone: 087-737-8531
Email: ger@galwayspeectherapy.com
Website: www.galwayspeectherapy.com

Private Speech Therapy for children and adults

People to Contact

Geraldine Hogan

 
32. Galway Stroke Support Group
 View More Details on Galway Stroke Support Group

Address: Contact Details:
Telephone: 091 700210 (Imelda Walsh Resource Worker, Acquired Brain Injury Irl)

The Stroke Support Group aims to provide an opportunity for Stroke Survivors, family/carers to talk about their experiences and how they are managing; to offer support to each other and to families whose relative/friend has just had a stroke. The group also provides information regarding stroke and stroke prevention, including information sessions from health care professionals. They also provide outings from time to time.

 
33. Gort Family Resource Centre View More Details on Gort Family Resource Centre Email Gort Family Resource Centre
Address: Contact Details:
Market Hall, Church Street, Gort, Co. Galway
Contact: Annie Rosario
Telephone: 091 630902
Email: coordinator@gortfrc.com

Key services provided by FRCs include:

    The provision of family support, information and advice at local level.
    Practical assistance to community groups (such as training, information, advice and use of shared facilities).
    Education courses and training opportunities.

People to Contact

Annie Rosario

 
34. GRÁ AUTISM PARENTS GROUP View More Details on GRÁ AUTISM PARENTS GROUP Visit the GRÁ AUTISM PARENTS GROUP Website Email GRÁ AUTISM PARENTS GROUP
Address: Contact Details:
1 Oranmore Business Park,
Oranmore
Telephone: 091-387002
Email: info@graautism.com
Website: www.graautism.com/

Aims of the group:
       - promote the provision of adequate support services for families
       caring for persons with autism
       - promotion of awareness among the general public at local and
       national level
       - research on the cause, treatment, prevention and lessening of
       symptoms
Counselling services offered to parents
Outreach is offered to elderly parents and the most vulnerable who are unable to visit our office
There is a €50 membership fee which covers information packs, counselling services, library and information on upcoming seminars

 
35. HSE Carers Services View More Details on HSE Carers Services Email HSE Carers Services
Address: Contact Details:
HSE West City Centre,
Seamus Quirke Road,
Galway
Telephone: 091 548333
Email: carersdepartment@hse.ie

Provides a support service to Family/ Informal Carers in Galway City, County & the Islands. Range of carers support services provided including training service, support group service, information and advice services, in home respite service, counselling service etc.

 
36. HSE Civil Registration Service View More Details on HSE Civil Registration Service
Address: Contact Details:
HSE West,

25 Newcastle Road,
Galway
Telephone: 091 546277

Registration of all life events – births, stillbirths, marriages and deaths.
Issuing of certificates for life events. You may also order online at www.certificates.ie. Solemnisation of civil marriages.

 
37. HSE Community Nutrition & Dietetic Service View More Details on HSE Community Nutrition & Dietetic Service
Address: Contact Details:
HSE West,
West City Centre,
Galway
Telephone: 091 548335

Provides information and support to individuals and groups on healthy eating and weight management.

 
38. HSE National Information Line View More Details on HSE National Information Line Visit the HSE National Information Line Website Email HSE National Information Line
Address: Contact Details:
Telephone: 1850 24 1850
Email: info@hse.ie
Website: www.hse.ie

The HSE provides a national information services on a wide range of health services, entitlements and eligibility. The Info line operates from 8am to 8pm Monday- Saturday.

 
39. I.D.E.A.L (Irish Detox Expert Advisory Links) View More Details on I.D.E.A.L (Irish Detox Expert Advisory Links) Email I.D.E.A.L (Irish Detox Expert Advisory Links)
Address: Contact Details:
Neale Park,
The Neale, 
C.Mayo 
Contact: valerie farragher
Telephone: 0949545623
0874192469
0873567300
Email: valfarragher@ymail.com
Email: maryhomedetox@ymail.com
Email: homedetox@mail.com

I.D.E.A.L is a brand new service.  To date it is the only one of its kind available in Ireland and is now providing home-based alcohol detoxification services for people who are dependent on alcohol and wish to stop drinking.
We provide "at home" care and support for the whole family in the family home.
Our program works by having a visiting health care worker, recovery mentor and family facilitor who comes to the family home until detoxification treatment is completed and recovery is well under way.
Our program lasts for a total of 7 weeks from start to finish.  Alcohol detoxification medication is prescribed for comfort and safety 
Home treatment is proven to be more cost effective than residential and this can be another huge benefit to financially restricted families.
it is not always necessary to be admitted to hospital or rehab for alcohol detoxification.


Home alcohol detoxification is suitable for

  • Self employed
  •  Lone parents
  •  Those in the public eye
  •  Low income families
  •  Those who do not wish to be separated from family for treatment
  •  Farming families
  • Those who need ultimate privacy
consultations are free of charge and we also have payment plan options 

People to Contact

valerie farragher
valfarragher@ymail.com
0949545623

Mary coyne
maryhomedetox@ymail.com
0874192469

 
40. Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) View More Details on Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) Visit the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) Website Email Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC)
Address: Contact Details:
Unit 14C
N5 Business Park
Moneen Road
Castlebar
Co. Mayo
Telephone: 094 90 25254
091 532422
Email: fjennings@ispcc.ie
Website: www.ispcc.ie www.ch...

The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) is Ireland’s oldest and most well-known children’s charity.  The ISPCC has a long, proud history of service delivery and advocacy on behalf of children.

Our Vision:

To see an Ireland where all children are heard and valued.

Our Work:
The ISPCC is the only organisation in Ireland providing unique 24 hour support services for children and young people through our Childline service. Childline receives the majority of its 2,300 calls and messages per day after 6pm each evening, when most other support services are closed. Childline receives no government funding, relying on the generosity of donors and volunteers to help run this vital, unique service.

ISPCC support workers and volunteer mentors also work with over 1,500 individual children and families nationwide each year through our suite of ISPCC support services  Our support workers encounter many issues such as emotional and behavioural problems, anxiety, grief, risk of drug and alcohol abuse and early school leaving.

The ISPCC is a child centred organisation providing a range of independent and unique services which are preventative and empowering in nature.

Our Targets:

    Inclusion – to include children in society
    Support – giving children the support they need to work through emotional problems
    Protection - preventing cruelty to children
    Consultation & Participation - seeing children as equals and letting them have a say
    Citizenship - valuing children’s rights as citizens


Our Funding:
The ISPCC receives less that 10% of funding from the Government and so has to fundraise 90% of its annual income; relying on the generosity of the general public, companies and schools. In 2011, we need to raise over €4.5 million to maintain our services and continue to be there, 24 hours a day, for children and young people in Ireland.

Our Services:
ChildFocus & TeenFocus: Therapeutic interventions for children and young people who are experiencing emotional or behavioural difficulties.

Youth Mentoring: A mentor volunteer is matched with a young person to support them.

Childline / Childline Online / TeenTxt: A FREE service for children and young people to access to talk about what's going on for them and what they would like to see happen.

 
41. Loughrea Family & Community Resource Centre View More Details on Loughrea Family & Community Resource Centre Visit the Loughrea Family & Community Resource Centre Website Email Loughrea Family & Community Resource Centre
Address: Contact Details:
Bride Street,
Loughrea
Co. Galway
Contact: Aine Deely (Co-ordinator)
Telephone: 091 871149
086 3449950
Email: loughreafrc@eircom.net
Website: www.loughreafamilyresourcecent...

The vision of the Family Resource Centre is to provide supports and services that will help break down social barriers and bridge the social divide, meet the needs of local people in an accessible, family friendly confidential and respectful environment and help imprive the quality of life for hose living in the area.
Meeting rooms are available for community groups
Low cost counselling service by appointment
Citizens Information clinic by appointmemt every Tuesday afternoon
Legal clinic by appointment 2nd & 4th Monday of the month
Welfare rights and information clinic every friday morning
Family Support service
Over 55's computer club and class in association with Age Action
Cairdeas parenting alone group
Crafty Chicks group
Mum 2 Mum support group

People to Contact

Aine Deely (Co-ordinator)
loughreafrc@eircom.net
091871149

Liz Moroney (Administrator)
loughreafrc@eircom.net
091871149

Linda Dermody (Family Support Worker)
loughreafrc@eircom.net
091871149
 
42. Loughrea Town Family Resource Centre View More Details on Loughrea Town Family Resource Centre Email Loughrea Town Family Resource Centre
Address: Contact Details:
Millennium House, Westbridge, Loughrea, Co. Galway
Contact: Aine Feely
Telephone: 091 871149
Email: loughreafrc@eircom.net

Key services provided by FRCs include:

    The provision of family support, information and advice at local level.
    Practical assistance to community groups (such as training, information, advice and use of shared facilities).
    Education courses and training opportunities.

People to Contact

Aine Feely

 
43. MRSA and Families Network West View More Details on MRSA and Families Network West Visit the MRSA and Families Network West Website Email MRSA and Families Network West
Address: Contact Details:
Kilmore
Barnaderg
Tuam
Co, Galway
Contact: Tony Kavanagh
Telephone: 093 49928
0863693226
0857264869
Email: tony@mrsaandfamilies.com
Email: noeleen@mrsaandfamilies.com
Email: margaret@mrsaandfamilies.com
Website: www.mrsaandfamiliesnetwork.com

MRSA and families network is a national organisation who provide advocacy/ councilling/support to survivors and their families of mrsa, c/diff hospital and healthcare acquired infections.

People to Contact

Tony Kavanagh
tony@mrsaandfamilies.com
09349928

Noeleen Freel
noeleen@mrsaandfamilies.com
0863693226

Margaret Dawson
margaret@mrsaandfamilies.com
0857264869
 
44. New Choices View More Details on New Choices Visit the New Choices Website Email New Choices
Address: Contact Details:
Gortglas,
Neale Park,
The Neale,
Co. Mayo
Contact: Valerie Farragher
Telephone: 0949546107
0873567300
0874192469
Email: valfarragher@ymail.com
Website: homedetoxireland.com

We provide help for anyone who is having problems in their lives because they are drinking alcohol heavily or dependently. The treatment is done in your own home.This may also include an Alcohol Detox and this is done, again in your own home, by a registered, qualified nurse. Our treatment is called Integrated Treatment or Dual Diagnosis Care. Dual Diagnosis are the words you may hear when someone is talking about a person that has a mental health difficulty, like anxiety, stress or depression and along with that they also have an alcohol or drug problem. This means that the person is treated for their mental health condition along with their addiction or alcohol abuse problem. If both problems are diagnosed then both must be treated or neither will get better. 

People to Contact

Valerie Farragher
valfarragher@ymail.com
353873657300

 
45. Social Work Service Tuam View More Details on Social Work Service Tuam
Address: Contact Details:
Liam Mellows House,
Vicar Street,
Tuam,
Co. Galway
Telephone: 093 – 37200

CONTACT PERSONS:
Julie O’Donnell    Ext: 261
Norma O’Sullivan / Noreena Naughton  Ext: 265
Bernadine Higgins    Ext: 264
Caitriona Heverin    Ext: 263
Marie Morohan
Sharon
Marie Gibbons    Ext: 262
Yolanda Blanc
Patricia Holian  (Admin)   Ext: 246

 
46. Solas Family Resource Centre View More Details on Solas Family Resource Centre Email Solas Family Resource Centre
Address: Contact Details:
Main Street, Headford, Co. Galway
Telephone: 093 36446
Email: solasfrc@eircom.net

Key services provided by FRCs include:

    The provision of family support, information and advice at local level.
    Practical assistance to community groups (such as training, information, advice and use of shared facilities).
    Education courses and training opportunities.

 
47. Strengthening Families Programme (SFP) View More Details on Strengthening Families Programme (SFP) Email Strengthening Families Programme (SFP)
Address: Contact Details:
14 Fana Burca,
Western Distributor Road,
Knocknacarra,
Galway
Contact: Rachel Browne
Telephone: 086 0273098
091 573030
085 1685693
Email: rachelbrowne@eplus.ie
Email: hazelkeeley@eplus.ie

SFP is a 14 week behavioural skills training programme lasting 2 hours each session and takes place one evening per week. The session begins with a family meal provided on-site with all family members and facilitators eating dinner together. Parents meet with two facilitators for almost an hour to learn strategies and techniques designed to increase the desired positive behaviours in their teenagers. Part of this is teaching how to increase attention and reward positive behaviours. Additionally parents will learn about clear communication, effective appropriate discipline, substance use, problem solving and limit setting.

The teenagers meet in a separate space with two facilitators for the same time to learn about understanding feelings, controlling anger, resisting peer pressure, compliance with parental rules, problem solving and communication skills. Teenagers also learn to develop their social skills, group work skills, cooperation and will also look at substance abuse and relationships..

During the second hour of the session, families take part in structured family activities, conduct family meetings, and learn new communication skills. They will also practice effective and appropriate discipline and how to reinforce positive behaviours in each other.

The strength of this programme is its partnership between local agencies and the community. Local agencies play a vital role in the sustainability and effectiveness of the programme and are crucial in providing support to the participating families before, during and after the programme. It is hoped that with your commitment and skills we can help provide this valuable programme to parents and the community in Galway City and County. 

Some of the topics covered include in the weekly programme include:
• Helping your teen handle pressure
• Encouraging good behaviour
• Communication for better relationships
• Managing Stress
• Family meetings
• Solving problems and giving direction
• Setting limits

People to Contact

Rachel Browne
rachelbrowne@eplus.ie
086 0273098

Hazel Keeley
hazelkeeley@eplus.ie
085 1685693

 
48. Time4Us View More Details on Time4Us Visit the Time4Us Website Email Time4Us
Address: Contact Details:
43 Shantalla Road,
Shantalla,
Galway
Contact: Darren Mulligan
Telephone: 091 860018
Email: info@time4us.ie
Website: www.time4us.ie

Time4Us is a play centre for families where one parent does not live in the family home. Time4Us provides a safe, neutral, child friendly homely environment where non-resident parents can spend quality time with their children in a fun filled, relaxed environment. As well as play facilities, parents can prepare snacks for their children and help them with homework if they wish.


The purpose of Time 4 Us is to provide a cost-free venue with opening hours to suit the needs of parents, including evenings and weekends.  It is located in an easily accessible location in Galway city, catering for children of all ages.

What makes Time4Us unique?
 It is the first service of its kind in the Republic of Ireland
 It is a practical response to the changing needs of modern families
 Non- resident parents have an opportunity to participate in family life – eg helping with homework, preparing snacks
 The service is open at times that meet the needs of children and parents – afternoons, evenings and weekends




People to Contact

Darren Mulligan
info@time4us.ie
091 860018

 
49. Tuam Citizens Information Centre View More Details on Tuam Citizens Information Centre
Address: Contact Details:
Dublin Road,
Tuam
Co. Galway
Contact: Declan Weir
Telephone: 093 – 26161

Information on all topics e.g. social welfare entitlements, courses etc.  Also free 15min legal advice to see if person needs to see a solicitor.  It is not open to anybody if legal advice has already been availed of.  Appointments can be booked through Declan for the 1st Thursday of each month.

OPENING TIMES: 
11am – 4pm Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
11am – 2pm Thursday

People to Contact

Declan Weir

 
50. Tuam Family Services View More Details on Tuam Family Services
Address: Contact Details:
Liam Mellows House
Vicar Street,
Tuam,
Co. Galway
Contact: Michelle Moran
Telephone: 093 - 37256

Tuam Family Services are aware that everybody faces difficulties at some point in their lives and may need more support than their family and friends can offer them.  With this in mind we aim to work with families with children from birth to eighteen years in Tuam and the surrounding areas, in order to reduce stress and facilitate people reaching their full potential.  We have a drop in service for parents one morning per week, from 9.30am – 12.30pm, why not drop in to find out more information or if you would like some support.  Phone us to find out the day we have drop in service.

AGE GROUP:   All Ages
FEES/COSTS:  None
MEET/OPENING TIMES: 9.30-5.30 Monday-Friday
We operate outside these hours by appointment

People to Contact

Michelle Moran

 
51. www.naltrexoneireland.com View More Details on www.naltrexoneireland.com Visit the www.naltrexoneireland.com Website Email www.naltrexoneireland.com
Address: Contact Details:
Stillorgin Dublin/ Galway/ Cork.
Contact: Frank Fallon
Telephone: 01 4428595
0862756295
Email: naltrexoneireland@gmail.com
Email: frankfallon1@gmail.com
Website: www.naltrexoneireland.com

    We are the first addiction clinic in Ireland to offer affordable Naltrexone Implants to cure Alcohol and Opiate addiction.

    Naltrexone Implants have a 86% success rate against a 4% success rate of any other treatment available in Ireland.

    We are now open for business and taking bookings.

People to Contact

Frank Fallon
frankfallon1@gmail.com
0862756295