Music Generation Kerry provides access to high-quality, low cost music performance education to children and young people (0 – 18 years) in primary, post-primary and youth settings. The programmes offered are accessible to all because of a multi-genre approach and the use of online technology. Music Generation Kerry also provides […]
Provision of information and culturally appropriate responses to Traveller mental health.
The Emergency Department (A&E Unit) of University Hospital Kerry (in Tralee) is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and provides a service to both adults and children.
Support organisation for people affected by eating disorders, including friends and family members.
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 […]
Free 1:1 counselling for people experiencing suicidal thoughts, engaged in deliberate self harm or bereaved by suicide. We also have a 24 hour helpline 1800 247 247, or Text ‘HELP’ to 51444 – These numbers are manned by fully qualified therapists.
A national active listening service for children and young people up to the age of 18 in Ireland. Teenline can be contacted 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, by calling 1800 833 634. The service is free to contact, and is confidential, non-directive and non-judgmental. Our aim is […]
BeLonG To Youth Services is the national organisation supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI+) young people in Ireland. Since 2003, we have worked with LGBTI+ young people, between 14 and 23 years, to create a world where they are equal, safe, and valued in the diversity of their […]
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.
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.