Alcoholics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover
from alcoholism. 01 842 0700 | Website Community Alcohol & Drugs Service Assessment, counselling, educational information and out-patient clinics for people with alcohol and drug related problems. Based in Mullingar. 044 934 1630 Garda National Drugs Unit For advice and assistance to parents and community groups in relation to substance abuse. 01 666 9900
Adult Counselling Service For people that have suffered childhood sexual, physical abuse in an institution, education or family setting. Appointments are arranged with trained counsellors. 1800 234 113 Aware Aware is a national voluntary organisation providing support through depression. 1890 303 302 | Website Bodywhys Provides online support and information for people with eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia and atypical eating disorders. 1890 200 444 | Website Cancer Helpline 1800 200 700 GROW GROW is a Mental Health Organisation which helps people who have suffered, or are suffering, from mental health problems. 1890 474 474 | Website Irish Autism Action 044 933 1609 | Website Midlands Suicide Bereavement Support Services 086 815 7320 The Samaritans 1850 60 90 90
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services 044 934 0221 Childline 1800 666 666 Spunout A useful website for young people including articles on a wide range of subjects. Website
Seniorline SeniorLine is a confidential listening service for older people provided by trained older volunteers.1800 80 45 91 - Lines are open every day 10am to 10pm
BeLongG To BeLonG To is an organisation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGBT) young people, aged between 14 & 23. Website Gay Switchboard 01 872 1055 LGBT Helpline National LGBT helpline 1890 929 539 (Mon to Fri 7 - 9pm & Sat to Sun 3 - 6pm) | Website
ACCORD Marriage counselling, pre-marriage courses etc. 044 934 8707 Citizens Information Centre 044 934 0700 Community Welfare Services If you or someone close to you is affected by illness, unemployment, retirement, old age or other circumstances which place you in need of financial assistance, the community
welfare officer will explain which entitlements may be available to you and how to claim them. 044 934 0221 Domestic Violence Helpline 1800 444 944 Gamblers Anonymous 01 872 1133 Midlands Crisis Pregnancy Counselling Services 1800 200 857 | Website Midlands Rape Crisis Centre 1800 306 600 Money Advice and Budgeting Service This is a service to help clients manage their over-indebtedness, to help families to budget their money so they do not get in to debt and can enjoy a better quality
of life. 1890 283 438 | Website Society of St. Vincent De Paul 044 934 3868 Westmeath Citizens Advice 1890 777 121 | Website
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