Samaritans volunteers are available 24/7 to provide a non-judgmental listening ear. You can call 116 123 for free from both landlines and mobiles and will usually be answered straight away. Even mobiles without credit will work and the number will not show up on any phone bill. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org and […]
Dealing with: Eating Problems
We provide support to people who are struggling with addiction and substance use issues. We provide support to those engaged in problematic behaviours, family members and concerned persons.
Providing affordable counselling and play therapy for children and adolescents – offering an initial consultation within 3 working days of initial contact.
Ireland’s youth information website.
We support integration in Tralee, by providing a drop-in facility and services to asylum seekers, refugees and the broader international community.
General Practitioner (GP) is the official term for the doctor who provides services to people in his/her surgery or in the patient’s home. Most people simply refer to GPs as their doctor or family doctor. GPs provide services free of charge to medical card holders.
Guidance counsellors advise students and young people so that they can make informed choices about their future in relation to employment, education and training. Responsibilities include assessing ability and potential in students, providing one-to-one counselling, and liaising with other professionals in this area.