Due to COVID-19 guidelines, many of the services listed in our Services Directory have adopted new working arrangements. Please contact them directly to ascertain their current arrangements. 

All Counties

Al-Anon and Alateen

Al-Anon offers understanding and support for families and friends of problem drinkers in a group setting. Alateen is part of the Al-Anon fellowship and is for young people, aged 12 – 17 inclusive, who are affected by a problem drinker.

T: 01 873 2699 / E: info@al-anon-ireland.org

 

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

At AA meetings, men and women can share their experiences, strengths and hope.

T:  01 842 0700 ; Connaught service 091 767 777; Galway East 085 224 4065 ; Galway West 085 224 4063 / W: alcoholicsanoymous.ie

 

Drugs Service, HSE

Provides information, advice and support about drug abuse prevention, education and treatment.

T: 091 561299

 

Gamblers Anonymous and Gam-Anon

Men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling problems and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.

Gam-Anon is for husbands, wives, relatives or close friends who have been affected by a gambling problem.

T: 01 872 1133 / E: info@gamblersanonymous.ie  / W: www.gamblersanonymous.ie

 

Helplink Mental Health

Helplink Mental Health provides low-cost addiction counselling (by appointment only) to support people who are experiencing addiction problems in alcohol, drugs, eating, sex etc.

Helplink also provides a free gambling addiction/gambling dependency counselling service available via phone as well as online video chat. This service is also available to family members who are affected by their loved one’s gambling.

Its counsellors are ready to help you to understand and overcome addictions, and are available online 7 days a week and out of hours.

T: 0818 99 88 80 / W: helplink.ie / E: helplinksupport@helplink.ie

 

Intimidation Programme

Responding to the needs of drug users and family members experiencing drug related intimidation.

W: www.garda.ie/en/crime/drugs/the-drugs-related-intimidation-reporting-programme

 

Smart Recovery

SMART Recovery is a support meeting where there are no labels. You decide what difficulty you want to work on and learn practical evidence–based self-management skills to work through and beyond any addictive behaviour.

T: 087 662 9953 / W: www.smartrecovery.ie

 

Western Region Drug and Alcohol Task Force

The Western Region Drug and Alcohol Task Force play a key role in coordinating interagency action in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon and supporting evidence-based approaches to problem substance use, including alcohol and illicit drugs.

T: 091 480044;  E:info@wrdatf.ie W: http://www.wrdatf.ie/

Galway

Cuan Mhuire Treatment Centre (Drugs, Alcohol, Gambling),  Coolarne, Co. Galway

Cuan Mhuire’s main objective is the rehabilitation of persons suffering from alcohol, drug and gambling addictions. The Cuan Mhuire Programme is based on the philosophy of total abstinence and strives to restore the confidence, self-respect and sense of responsibility of all participants.

T: 091 797102 / E: coolarne@cuanmhuire.ie W: cuanmhuire.ie

 

Drugs Service, HSE

Provides information, advice and support about drug abuse prevention, education and treatment.

T: 091 561299

 

Helplink Mental Health

Helplink Mental Health provides low-cost face-to-face addiction counselling (by appointment only) in Galway to support people who are experiencing addiction problems in alcohol, drugs, eating, sex etc.

Helplink also provides a free gambling addiction/gambling dependency counselling service via phone, online and face-to-face in Galway.

This service is also available to family members who are affected by their loved one’s gambling.

Its counsellors are ready to help you to understand and overcome addictions, and are available 7 days a week and out of hours.

T: 0818 99 88 80 / W: helplink.ie / E: helplinksupport@helplink.ie

Mayo

Castlebar Garda Station

County Inspector for drug related intimidation.

T: 094 903 8200 / Family Support Network 01 898 0148

 

Cenacola Community

Cenacola is a free, fully residential programme which helps people suffering from addition to change their lives. Our Lady of Knock House, Knock, Co Mayo.

T: 094 938 8286 / E: info@communitycenacolo.ie

 

Drugs Service

Provides information, advice and support about drug abuse prevention, education and treatment.

T: 094 902 0430

 

Helplink Mental Health

Helplink Mental Health provides low-cost face-to-face addiction counselling (by appointment only) to support people who are experiencing addiction problems in alcohol, drugs, eating, sex etc.

Helplink also provides a free gambling addiction/gambling dependency counselling service available via phone and online video chat.

This service is also available to family members who are affected by their
loved one’s gambling.
Our counsellors are ready to help you to understand and overcome your addiction, and are available 7 days a week and out of hours.

T: 0818 99 88 80 / W: helplink.ie / E: helplinksupport@helplink.ie

 

Hope House

A rehabilitation centre specialising in treatment of alcohol, drugs, gambling and other dependencies.

T: 094 925 6888 / E: hopehouse@eircom.net / W: hopehouse.ie

 

HSE Community Addiction Counselling Service

The service deals with people who have a primary mental health diagnosis along with an underlying addiction issue. Referrals are made into the service by a GP or Hospital. Services provided: outpatient, aftercare, counselling and advisory Service.

T: Ballina Headquarters 096 21891; Ballinrobe Primary Care 094 954 1615; Castlebar Primary Care 094 904 9250; Claremorris Springdale Headquarters 094 937 2230

 

Mayo Drug & Alcohol Family Support (Tacú FRC & WRDATF)

Provides one-to-one and group support to over 18s affected by someone else’s alcohol or drug use. Outreach clinics in Castlebar, Westport, Ballinrobe and Claremorris. Evidence-based programmes such as CRAFT and 5 step.

T: Mags Dillon 087 3352831 / E: mags.dillon@wrdatf.ie

 

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Meetings to help people who want to stop using drugs in Castlebar, Foxford, Westport and Ballinrobe.

W: na-ireland.org / T: Western Area (Connacht) 086 8149004

 

Under 18’s Drug & Alcohol Service (Mayo & Roscommon)

One to one counselling service for young people (under 18 years) who experience substance use issues including drugs or alcohol.

This is a free and confidential service provided by the HSE.

T: Olive Branagan 087 339 5522 / Email: olive.branagan@hse.ie

Roscommon

HSE Roscommon Alcohol and Behavioural Addiction Counselling

The HSE Alcohol and Behavioural Addiction Counselling Service provide support to those who may have a concern about their alcohol use or feel they may have a difficulty with a behavioural addiction such as gambling, eating, internet or sex addictions.

Services provided must be referred through Roscommon Mental Health Service by GP and directed to the Co-ordinator Roscommon Mental Health Service, 2nd Floor Roscommon Primary Care Centre, Golf Links Road, Roscommon.

T: 090 666 5050

 

Roscommon HSE Drugs Service

Provides one to one counselling service for adults with drug misuse. Offers support to families affected by drug/alcohol problems and information, advice and support about drug misuse.

T: Mary McCartney 087 222 0380 – South Roscommon; Karen Gavin 087 653 8201 – North Roscommon

 

Under 18’s Drug & Alcohol Service (Mayo & Roscommon)

One to one counselling service for young people (under 18 years) who experience substance use issues including drugs or alcohol.

This is a free and confidential service provided by the HSE.

T: Olive Branagan 087 339 5522 / Email: olive.branagan@hse.ie
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