OutWest is a voluntary social and support group for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in the West of Ireland.
Support service for young people in Galway. They work with people aged up to 25 to help with personal issues, emotional support, and to refer to other services. There are a range of professionals working with the service to cover a broad base of issues, including sexuality and gender related needs.
24/7 free phone support service for anyone experiencing mental health issues. Their office is also open 10am-10pm for in-person contact.
Helpline run by women for all members of the LGBTQ community. Phone line open Monday and Thursday 6:30-9pm.
Telephone support service for LGBT people, families and friends. Run by trained and friendly volunteers. Phone line open Monday-Friday 6:30-9pm, Saturday 2-6pm, Sunday 4-6pm. Drop in service on Saturdays. Online messaging service available on their website.
General health clinic for gay men, specialising in STI and HIV testing and other health services specific to male sexuality. Monday 2-4pm STI and HIV testing clinic for those with no symptoms who would like a check-up. Tuesday and Wednesday from 4:30pm STI testing clinic for those with symptoms or concerns. All are first come first served so the earlier you get there the better. All services, testing and treatments are free. They also have free condoms and lube.
Mostly visiting the Wicklow Mountains but travelling to other parts of Ireland in the summer time. 10am meeting each Sunday to share lifts to the hike starting point. Membership is €25 for the year.
Address: Gates of National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
Website: www.gay-hiking.org | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Facebook: www.facebook.com/OutAndAboutHiking