LGBT support services for young people in Ireland. The over-18s group (age 18-23) meets every second Tuesday from 6-8pm. Ladybirds is a group for LGBT women aged 14-23 that meets every second Thursday 6-8pm. BeLonG To had also run a safe space service for asylum seekers.
Outhouse – offers an LGBT café, library and performance space that runs support groups, Come Rhyme With Me poetry nights, Girls Night In, film club, and drama groups. They also provide a free counselling service and free Personal Development and Assertiveness courses for gay and bisexual men. On the third Saturday of every month from 1:30pm they run a free STI testing for those who have no symptoms but would like a check-up. Staff at reception also provide information and referrals to other services, and there are free condoms and lube. The Café has wifi access and a noticeboard kept up-to-date with events and activities in the community.
Gay Community News (GCN) is a magazine based in Dublin. Founded in 1988, it is Ireland’s longest-running LGBT publication.
The editorial focus of GCN continues to be rights- and community-based. The magazine reports on political developments in Ireland and throughout the world, and is a key source of information for gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and transsexual people in Ireland, providing them with details of all community, cultural and social events and initiatives. It is also the only publication in Ireland with regular coverage of developments for HIV positive people. GCN also has regular celebrity interviews, lifestyle features, film, book and music reviews and social columnists. It has 33,000 readers and is distributed across Ireland, north and south.
Outcomers is a social and befriending support group for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) people. Our drop in centre provides a safe, social and relaxed environment for our LGBT community and is located in the centre of Dundalk town. It has been open since 1997. We offer some light refreshments and a chat. Free gay and lesbian literature is available.
Drogheda LGBT Group is a voluntary group in Drogheda ,where local and surrounding areas people can come to get education on Homophobic bullying, mental health problems, suicide awareness . STI clinics and much much more