ACCORD is a nationwide agency supporting marriage and relationships.Their aim is to help couples prepare for, achieve and sustain their marriage and family relationships by offering support and assist them in times of difficulty or crisis.

Al-Anon offers understanding and support for families and friends of problem drinkers in an anonymous environment, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not. At Al-Anon group meetings, members receive comfort and understanding and learn to cope with their problems through the exchange of experience, strength and hope..

Meetings:

Monday, Sligo Family Centre, 49 The Mall, Sligo, 9.00 pm
Wednesday, St Michael’s Family Life Centre, Church Hill, Sligo, 8.30 pm
Thursday, Tubbercurry Group, C/o Conlon House, Tubbercurry, 9.00 pm
Friday, Enniscrone Health Centre, Pier Road, Enniscrone, 9.00 pm
Saturday, St Michael’s Family Life Centre, Church Hill, 12.30pm
Sunday, St Michael’s Family Life Centre, Church Hill, 11.45am

AA is a fellowship of men and women who share their experiences, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism
Meetings for anyone seeking help for a drink problem.
Meetings for anyone seeking help for a drink problem.
Leitrim Meetings:
Ballinamore: Community Centre, Tuesday 9pm, Friday 9pm
Carrick On Shannon: St Patrick’s Hospital: Tuesday 8pm, Thursday 8pm, Sunday 1230pm
Kiltyclogher: Health Centre, Saturday 8.30pm
Manorhamilton: Bee Park, Wednesday 8.30pm
Mohill: St Josephs, Sunday 9pm

AA is a fellowship of men and women who share their experiences, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism
Meetings for anyone seeking help for a drink problem.
Sligo Meetings
Ballisodare: Parish Centre, Saturday 6pm
Ballymote: Girls NS, Wednesday 9pm
Cloonahmahon: Rehab Centre, Wednesday 9pm
Collooney: Health Centre, Thursday 9pm
Curry: St Theresa’s Funeral Home, Friday 9pm
Dromore West: McGee Hall, Wednesday 830pm, Friday 1pm, Sunday 6.30pm
Easkey: Health Centre, Thursday 9pm
Enniscrone: Health Centre, Tuesday 9pm
Sligo Town (Back to Basics): Methodist Hall, Mon 1pm, Wednesday 1pm, Friday 1pm
Sligo Town (Big Book): Methodist Hall: 6.30pm Monday
Sligo Town: Nazareth House, Tuesday 1pm, Saturday 1pm
St Josephs, Tuesday 830pm
Ransboro Church, Sunday 9pm
St Michaels Family Centre, Saturday 8.30pm, Sunday 1130am
Gilhooley Hall, Thursday 830pm
Tubbercurry: Old Parochial House, Tuesday 820pm, Sunday 830pm

Aware is a national voluntary organization working to bring emotional support and information to individuals and family members who are affected by depression.
Helpline: 1890303302
Support Group in Markevicz house, Sligo, Mondays at 8pm

Ballymote FRC aim is to offer everyone, particularly those who experience disadvantage and marginalization, the opportunity to improve the functioning of the family unit and ultimately to fully realize their own potential through total involvement in the work and programmes or the centre.

Bee Park Resource Centre is a facility in the centre if Manorhamilton offering an excellent environment from which the following services are delivered through tenant organizations; North Connaught Youth Services, Sean Mac Dermot Boxing Club, Tiny Toppers Pre-school play group, Tiny hearts Creche and Playschool, Manorhamilton Enterprise Forum, Leitrim Vocational committee, North Leitrim Men’s Group, North Leitrim Women’s Centre, National Learning Network, Youth Café.

The aim is to offer everyone, particularly those who experience disadvantage and marginalization, the opportunity to improve the functioning of the family unit and ultimately to fully realize their own potential through total involvement in the work and programmes or the centre.

The Mental Health Association is a group of volunteers in the Carrick-on-Shannon area who work together to promote positive mental health in the area and support people who have mental health difficulties. Breffni MHA is a branch of the national organisation Mental Health Ireland.

(071) 9621791(071) 9621791
(086) 0295031(086) 0295031

The vision of the centre is to have a non-denominational Family Life Centre. They will value the uniqueness of each individual, irrespective of gender, marital status, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, age, disability, race and membership of the traveling community. Confidential, respectful, therapeutic and peaceful haven for individuals, families and couples are offered to help them move forward with their lives.

CLASP is a community development project based in East County Sligo. It focuses on the needs of older people and the young people in the community. It assists older people to remain living independently in their own homes/communities

The Cranmore Community Co-Operative aims to transform the social, economic and physical landscape of the area through collaborative long term strategic planning, investment of resources and urban regeneration.

The co-operative run many activites and programmes, an updated list can be found at http://www.cranmore.ie

Youth drop-in service Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday.
Monday 7.00 – 9.00pm aged 14 – 17 years
Tuesday 7.00 – 8.30pm ages 8 – 11 years.
Wednesday 7.00 – 9.00pm ages 11 – 15 years

CURA is a voluntary organization, which offers support and help to those who are faced with a crisis pregnancy. Volunteers are trained to offer non-directive counseling. They will not judge you or tell you what you should do and will help you explore the options open to you in decoding what to do about your pregnancy.

The Dochas Clubhouse is a resource for individuals experiencing mental ill health. It dtrives to enable its members to access employment, educational and social opportunities in the community, while providing a safe environment to assist members in their recovery.

DVAS provide a range of services to women who are experiencing domestic violence and abuse from intimate partners and other adult family members. The core purpose of our service is to support women to access safety for themselves and their children. DVAS have a helpline and also provide support, information and advocacy through a one to one support service.

DVAS provide a range of services to women who are experiencing domestic violence and abuse from intimate partners and other adult family members. The core purpose of our service is to support women to access safety for themselves and their children. DVAS have a helpline and also provide support, information and advocacy through a one to one support service.

Provide continuing professional development and support for Teachers, School Management, Special Needs Assistants, Parents, Boards of Management and other relevant partners

Employment Response North West provides a Supported Employment Service in Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal that can help people with mental health issues or concerns to find, secure and maintain paid employment in the open labour market.

What are the benefits to Job Seekers?

• Assistance in the identification of skills
• Skills are matched with potential jobs
• Suitable potential Employers are identified and approached
• Integration into the workplace is facilitated
• Support is provided on the job – the Fading of the Support is organised so as to allow the new employee to continue to work independantly

Gamblers Anonymous (G.A.) 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 a gambling problem.
Meetings:
Tuesday, 7pm, Thursday 830pm, Sunday 7pm, St Michaels Family Life centre, Sligo

The Grasp Life Foundation provide outreach counselling services in Ballyshannon Co Donegal every Tuesday from 10 until 5pm.We provide the same service in Enniscrone Co Sligo every Thursday from 10 until 5pm. Grasp Life further provides a 24×7 crisis helpline [0874188053] and bereavement support meeting in St Michaels Sligo on the first Thursday night of each month at 8pm.Grasp Life go into schools and workplaces when requested to speak on the topics of suicide ,depression and mental health issues.

GROW is a mental health organization which helps people who have suffered or are suffering from mental health problems. Members are helped to recover from all forms of mental breakdown, or indeed to prevent such happening.
Leitrim: St Patricks Hospital, Carrick on Shannon, Monday 8pm

GROW is a mental health organization which helps people who have suffered or are suffering from mental health problems. Members are helped to recover from all forms of mental breakdown, or indeed to prevent such happening.
Meetings:
Sligo: St Michaels Family Centre, Tues 1030am, Wednesday 730pm.

The HSE National Counselling Service (NCS) is a professional, confidential counselling and psychotherapy service available free of charge in all regions of the Health Services Executive. Our client group are adults who have experienced trauma and abuse in childhood with priority given to adult survivors of institutional abuse in Ireland.

The Citizens Information Board is the statutory body which supports the provision of information, advice and advocacy on a broad range of public and social services.

The centre is part of a nationwide network of citizens information centre which provide free, confidential and impartial information on Government, Social and Local Services.

Drumshambo CIC provides outreach to:
Ballinamore, Health Centre, 071 9640995.
Mohill, Library, 0719631925, Fri 3-4.30

The Citizens Information Board is the statutory body which supports the provision of information, advice and advocacy on a broad range of public and social services.

Recognising our shared commitment and diverse experience, we strive to stimulate social, local, economic and rural development throughout Co. Leitrim, for the benefit of all, particularly the marginalised, empowering them to engage with development opportunities that respond to their needs

It is a state-funded, free, confidential, and independent service for people with debt and money management problems.

Leitrim Sports Partnership aims to increase the number of people involved in sport or physical activity in Leitrim.

Lifestart educates parents on how their children grow and the Lifestart Growing Child programme helps parents to support their child’s physical, intellectual, emotional and social development and to ensure that their children are ‘school ready’ at an appropriate age and are able to take full advantage of preschool and formal learning.

Lifestart educates parents on how their children grow and the Lifestart Growing Child programme helps parents to support their child’s physical, intellectual, emotional and social development and to ensure that their children are ‘school ready’ at an appropriate age and are able to take full advantage of preschool and formal learning.

Sligo Living Links provides practical help, information and support to persons bereaved by suicide.

Living Links provides practical help, information and support to persons bereaved by suicide.

The Mental Health Association is a group of volunteers in the Manorhamilton area who work together to promote positive mental health in the area and support people who have mental health difficulties. Manorhamilton MHA is a branch of the national organisation Mental Health Ireland.

The aim of Merville Youth and Community centre is to promote inclusive community participation in the economic, social and cultural development of the Merville and Maugheraboy Areas of Sligo town.

The centre works to help individuals and families improve the quality of their lives. The centre is managed by a board of volunteers from the local community and has a small staff. Their focus is to help local people achieve what they themselves see as priorities for their lives.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.
Meetings:
Tuesday, Breffni Family Resource Centre, Carrick-on-Shannon, 8.30pm
Friday, St Patricks Hospital, Carrick-on-Shannon, 830pm

North Leitrim Resource Centre is a community resource sponsored by the Sligo/Leitrim Council of Trade Unions and is a member of the Congress of Trade Unions Network.

The service is a non-governmental organization in the North West of Ireland, established to work in partnership with all sectors inclusive of Health, Justice, Community and Education to reduce harmful drinking and its consequences to the individual, the family and the community

NWRDTF is responsible for tackling the issues associated with illicit drug use and underage drinking in the North West region with reference to the NDS pillars; Supply Reduction, Education and Prevention, Treatment, Rehabilitation and Research. Their aim is ‘’to reduce the negative impact of drug misuse and underage drinking upon the individual and society in the region through coordinated and targeted actions at regional and local levels.

NWRDTF is responsible for tackling the issues associated with illicit drug use and underage drinking in the North West region with reference to the NDS pillars; Supply Reduction, Education and Prevention, Treatment, Rehabilitation and Research. Their aim is ‘’to reduce the negative impact of drug misuse and underage drinking upon the individual and society in the region through coordinated and targeted actions at regional and local levels.

North West Simon Community was formed in June 2005 with a vision of every person in the North West Region having a place that they can call home

North West Simon Community was formed in June 2005 with a vision of every person in the North West Region having a place that they can call home

The service provides a safe space for survivors of child sexual abuse, rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment. A place where adults and young people can explore and access help with issues resulting from their experiences. They believe that everyone has the inner capacity and resources to move towards change and well-being. The service is free and confidential.

This service provides counselling/therapy to individuals and families in cases of complicated grief i.e. Abuse, sexual abusive and trauma.

Samaritans offers support and some one to talk to through a variety of mediums: telephone, email, letter and face-to-face, and also works in the local community, workplaces, schools and prisons.

Skreen/Dromard Community Centre aims to create a safe secure meeting place for both the young and old generations of the local communities as well as an increased sense of community.

The centre offers support and practical help to people with cancer, their families, friends and bereaved in total confidentiality. Drop in for a cup of tea, meet someone who has had cancer diagnosis and is still living life to the full. Sharing experiences widens horizons and opens out new and better ways to deal with difficulties. There is no need to try and solve them alone

The Citizens Information Board is the statutory body which supports the provision of information, advice and advocacy on a broad range of public and social services.

Legal Advice Hours Every Monday Evening 7pm-8.30pm (appoinment only)
Taxation Service Every Wednesday 7pm-8.30pm

The Citizens Information Board is the statutory body which supports the provision of information, advice and advocacy on a broad range of public and social services.

Legal Advice Hours Every Monday Evening 7pm-8.30pm (appoinment only)
Taxation Service Every Wednesday 7pm-8.30pm
Outreach clinic to Ballymote Family Resouce Centre, 0761076390

The Citizens Information Board is the statutory body which supports the provision of information, advice and advocacy on a broad range of public and social services.

Sligo Family Resource Centre’s objective is to serve all families in a warm, caring and open environment. The provide support and information of the highest standard to all families in the town

The service is responsible for delivering programmes which are aimed at developing and improving the quality of life for the people of Sligo.

It is a state-funded, free, confidential, and independent service for people with debt and money management problems.

It is a community development project whose aim is to work with specific excluded target groups and to support such groups in identifying meeting their needs.

Sligo Social Services Council aims to respond to the needs of individuals, families and communities in the Sligo region, with a view to promoting justice, equality and the dignity of the human being.

Our aim is to support increased participation in sport and active recreation throughout county Sligo. Our goal is having more people, more active, more often.

Aims: To identify the needs of parents and children in the proposed area. Specific attention given to those families where child protection concerns exist, to families with on-going health and welfare problems and/or families in once off crisis situations. To target the most disadvantaged and vulnerable families in the area specifically focusing on improving parenting skills and child-parent relationships. To work in partnership with other agencies, key groups and individuals in the community and with families to develop programmes of family support services. To provide a direct service through a structured package of care, intervention, support and counselling to the targeted families and children, and to families within the wider community.

Sligo Traveller Support group runs programmes and provide family support in Tubbercurry, Ballymote, Sligo, Gurteen,
Enniscrone mainly

Sligo Volunteer Centre’s aim is to support and promote voluntary activity around County Sligo. They provide information and advice to those who are interested in volunteering as well as offering support around best practice to volunteer involving organizations.

Our youth group is for young LGBT people aged 14 – 23 years old. It’s a safe space to come in and chill out, get to know some people and have a chat about anything that’s on your mind.

St. Michael’s Family Life Centre promotes the wellbeing of the family through education for relationships, with God, with each other and with our earth. It aims to create a place of compassion and confidential listening where people are welcomed at all stages of their lives. It models social inclusion and seeks to enable all those who come to the centre to create community wherever they live and work.

St Vincent de Paul provides support and friendship to families, elderly and individuals combating social isolation and offering a support service. They provide information and support on housing and hostel accommodation. When members call, you can expect kindness, courtesy and respect and acceptance of you as a person.

St Vincent de Paul provides support and friendship to families, elderly and individuals combating social isolation and offering a support service. They provide information and support on housing and hostel accommodation. When members call, you can expect kindness, courtesy and respect and acceptance of you as a person.

STOP Suicide was founded in 2004 by families who were breaved by suicide. We are a community, voluntry body that works to prevent suicide by informing educating and promoting positive suicide prevention policies throughout the west of Ireland. For counselling freephone: 1850 211 877

The aim of the centre is to provide a facility offering opportunities for personal, social, cultural and educational development; and which responds to diverse needs. They also offer opportunities for recreation and play in a safe and healthy environment and to offer the support necessary to help improve the quality of life, especially for those most disadvantaged and marginalized.

Panic? Avoidance? Anxiety? Fear of lifts, flying, queues? Scared of parties or eating out? Frightened of spiders, birds or mice? Excessive hand washing? Too much checking? We can help! If you have a phobia, OCD or any other related anxiety, we can help!

Tubbercurry Family Resource Centre provides a wide variety of family supports.

Tubbercurry Family Resource Centre provides a wide variety of family supports.

West Sligo Family Resource Centre Ltd aims to empower individuals and Families to improve their quality of life by fostering an ethos of self-development, promoting the principals of community development and encouraging people to access the supports and services that they need to enrich their lives.

Youthreach is the Department of Education and Science’s official education training and work experiences programme for early school leavers aged 16-20 years. It is administered and managed locally by Co. Sligo VEC’s Adult Education Service.

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