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.
Monthly meetings second Tuesday of every month
Information day and leaflet handout in Market Yard, Information boards on positive mental health, Donations to people in need in the catchment area, Support education initiatives on mental health in local schools (e.g. annual public speaking competition to reduce stigma), Organises social activities for people with mental health difficultes, Welcomes new volunteers
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.
Sligo: St Michaels Family Centre, Tues 1030am, Wednesday 730pm.
The Sligo Northside Community Partnership aims to make a positive difference in the lives of people in the North Ward, primarily through the provision of different courses and activities, and also to provide a vibrant focus for all sectors of the community with emphasis on their social economic and educational needs.
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.
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.
Tuesday, 7pm, Thursday 830pm, Sunday 7pm, St Michaels Family Life centre, Sligo
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..
Monday, Sligo Family Centre, 49 The Mall, Sligo, 9.00 pm
Wednesday, St Michael’s Family Life Centre, Church Hill, Sligo, 8.30 pm
Saturday, St Michael’s Family Life Centre, Church Hill, 12.30pm
Sunday, St Michael’s Family Life Centre, Church Hill, 11.45am
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.
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.
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. They run Volunteer Information Sessions every fortnight to assist people to get started.
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.
The Girls’ Brigade is an International Uniformed Youth Organisation for girls of all ages, denominations, backgrounds and abilities.The Girls’ Brigade Ireland operates in 33 companies around the country, offering a varied programme of activities designed to educate, challenge and inspire young people in a safe, fun and sociable environment.
SMILY LGBT Youth group meets each week from 5-7pm every Thursday. SMILY LGBT+ offers a safe space for teens that maybe lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or youths questioning there sexual or gender identity aged 14-23 years old. For more information contact us below or have a look at the website http://www.ncycs.ie.