This is a list of recommended contacts that can offer further support with whatever you may be experiencing.
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda:
Doctor on Call:
041 983 7601
Text the word HeadsUp to 50424 to get information on where to go for help in a crisis sent directly to your mobile
1850 777 911
041 987 4200
Provides understanding, strength and hope to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else's drinking.
Address: Al-anon Information Centre, Room 5, 5 Caple Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
Phone: 01 8732699
Provides support for people with depression, bipolar disorder, postnatal depression or suicidal thoughts.
Helpline: 1890 303 302
Address: National Office, 72 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2.
Local meetings in St Peter’s Church of Ireland Parish Hall, Peter Street, Drogheda. Every Wednesday at 8pm, except 2nd Wednesday of each month.
Phone: 01-6617211 or 085 856 8204
Call Care Ireland
Focuses on providing support programmes and addressing real issues affecting individuals’ wellbeing both in the workplace and in their personal lives.
Phone (24 hours): 1800 411 057 (for Teachers and Special Needs Assistants)
1800 409 673 (for all other Clients)
Citizens Information Centre
Provides information on public services and entitlements in Ireland.
Address: 1 Mayoralty Street, Drogheda, County Louth
Phone: Free Phone 0761 07 5940
Fax: 041 9834222
Cystic Fibrosis Association
Provides support and assistance to people with CF and their families.
Drogheda & District Support 4 Older People
Provides support for the health, safety, well being and community involvement of older people residing in Drogheda and the surrounding area.
Drogheda Louth Women’s Refuge
Offers a number of services to families who are being physically, emotionally, sexually or mentally abused in their own home.
Address: 7 William St, Drogheda, Co. Louth
Phone: 041 9844550
Gary Kelly Cancer Support Centre
Offers a supportive environment for people affected by cancer, providing counselling, education, information and support to cancer patients and their families.
An online platform built by GPs for GPs. Employing a powerful search engine, GPBuddy.ie helps GPs find the medical professionals and services they require as quickly and as conveniently as possible.
Is a Mental Health Organisation which helps people who have suffered, or are suffering, from mental health problems.
Is a mental health promotion project which aims to contribute to suicide prevention efforts by providing timely, appropriate information and support to young people.
Supports and advocates on behalf of children and young people and provides 24 hour support services for children and young people through it’s Childline service.
A charitable body offering the Growing Child — a parent-directed child-centred learning programme on child development delivered to parents of children aged from birth to five years of age.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
A direct service non-profit organisation whose work primarily involves person-to-person contact with people who have a variety of needs. In addition to direct assistance, it tries to promote self-sufficiency, enabling people to help themselves.
St Josephs Homeless Aid
Aims to restore dignity and hope by providing care, support and shelter for homeless men, while encouraging self-development, independent living and ultimately resettlement.