LINC is a resource centre in Cork city for Lesbian and bisexual women. We run a full programme of activities and have other supports based in the center such as an alcohol and drugs support group. Please check out our website for full details.
Support service for people with eating disorders or are worried about someone else. They run a phone helpline 7:30-9:30pm Mondays, Wednesdays, Sundays and 10:30am-12:30pm Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. They also have a support email address and weekly online support groups that you can log into on their website and chat with people around Ireland.
1890 200 444
The national health service runs a free phone and email helpline service offering support and advice on issues relating to drugs and HIV.
Phone: 1800 459 459
General Hospital, Tralee – Free STI testing every second Thursday at 11:30am. Phone for appointments.
Tralee General Hospital
Phone: 021 496 6844
Gender, Orientation, Sexual Health, HIV) Support service for LGBT people – their office is in Limerick, but they run a phone line 2:15-5:00pm Monday and 9:30-5:00pm Tuesday-Friday.
A sexual health website and app, also providing one-to-one support and referrals to further services. The office is open to the public 9-5pm Monday-Friday, closed for lunch 1-2pm.
A non-judgemental and confidential walk-in clinic Wednesdays and Fridays from 9am, appointment service Monday and Wednesday from 2pm, both in the Infectious Disease Clinic.
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.
An LGBT group in Galway that advocates for LGBT people in the area. They run the Teach Solais resource centre, which is a drop-in location for LGBT people, with tea and coffee, a library, and space to meet other LGBT people. They also run health screening clinics, an LGBT helpline, and peer support groups. They may also be able to tell you about other services available in the area.
An information, advocacy and referral organisation for Refugees and Asylum seekers. It is a project of Crosscare, the Social Care Agency of the Dublin Archdiocese. Information, advice and advocacy is offered on a range of issues, including housing, social welfare supports, education, health and well-being, integration support, including a women’s group. The information service is open 5 days a week, 10am to 4pm.