Where to get help and support

Published 25/06/2016 | 00:00

Console 24/7 suicide helpline and bereavement support, 1800 247 247, 14 Francis Street, Wexford, 053 9122787,

Samaritans 24 hour emotional support for anyone experiencing distress, despair or suicidal thoughts, 1850609090 countrywide, freephone 116123.

Aware, helpline for people affected by depression 1890 303 302, support group meetings Clonard Community Centre every Wednesday night at 8 p.m.

Its Good 2 Talk Counselling Support Services, Old County Council Building Spawell Road 053 9126596.

Touched by Suicide, helpline and counselling services for people affected by suicide, contact Kay Quinn, Enniscorthy 087 6280952.

Talk to Tom, community based suicide prevention, mental health awareness and bereavement support Gorey, 0818 303061.

Childline free 24 hour counselling service for children and young people up to 18 years of age, helpline 1800 666666 or text 'Talk' to 50101.

Teen-Line Ireland. Helpline for young people who feel lonely,anxious, vulnerable, depressed or suicidal, 1800 833 634, every night 8 to 11 p.m., Wednesdays, 4 to 11 p.m.

Aiseiri addiction services, Roxborough, Wexford, telephone 053 9141818.

The Cornmarket Project, addiction support and counselling services free of charge, 053 91 55817.

Grow, Community Mental Health Movement 1890 474 474.

HSE Community Mental Health Centres:

Summerhill Wexford 053 9123899.

Maryville, Cross Street, New Ross 051 425648.

Carn House, St. John's Hospital, Enniscorthy 053 9233252.

Tara House, The Avenue, Gorey 053 9488900.

HSE Child, Adolescent and Family Psychology Service South.

Wexford Health Centre, Grogan's Road, 053 9185621

New Ross Health Centre, Hospital Grounds, New Ross, 051 440246.

HSE Child, Adolescent and Adult Primary Care Psychology North.

Enniscorthy Health Centre, Mill Park, 053 9243722

Gorey Health Centre, 053 9430134.

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