Liaison Psychiatry Service
The A&E of Mayo General Hospital provides a 24 hour Psychiatrist and Consultant Psychiatrist on call.
Two advanced clinical nurse practitioners work office hours, Monday-Friday
T: 094 9042606
Adult Mental Health Service Mayo
Provides both in-patient and out-patient community-based services.
T: 094 904 2601 Admin Office: 094 904 2621; Ballina Day Hospital: 096 21891; Ballinrobe MH Centre: 094 954 1615; Belmullet Mental Health Centre: 097 81301; St Michael’s Day Hospital, Castlebar: 094 904 2150; Westport Mental Health Centre: 098 50142; Claremorris MH Centre: 094 937 1017; Swinford Mental Health Centre: 094 925 3270; Old Age Psychiatry: 094 902 8464 /
Mind our Farm Families Phoneline
A joint initiative between the IFA and Pieta in response to the need for increased information and support for farmers and their families. A trained professional will take your call and talk to you in complete confidence.
T: 1890 130 022
National Educational Psychological Service (NEPS) – check does this need to be here
Supports the personal, social and educational development of all children.
T: 094 902 8310
Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service Galway – should this be here?
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service working with children / adolescents with a moderate to severe mental health difficulty aged 17 years and under. Referrals are accepted from family doctors.
Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) should be included??
North Mayo (CAMHS) South Mayo HSE Services North Mayo Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service working with children and adolescents with a moderate to severe mental health difficulty aged 17 years and under.
CAMHS also works with children and adolescents who have moderate to severe intellectual disabilities and mental illness. Referrals are accepted from family doctors, paediatricians, medical and other consultants and PCCC psychologists in conjunction with medical professionals. Multi-disciplinary community-based specialist service. Referrals made via the GP for young people up to 16 years of age who are experiencing mental health difficulties and require psychiatric assessment.
T: Ballina 096 20399 / Castlebar 094 904 2656
A web-based service that inspires young people (16-25 years) to help themselves through tough times and find ways to improve their own mental health and wellbeing.
T: 01 764 5666 / E: firstname.lastname@example.org / W: www.reachout.com
Irish Association of Suicidology
Works with community, voluntary and statutory bodies to inform, educate (through annual conference and publications) and promote positive suicide prevention policies throughout the island of Ireland.
T: 01 6674900 / E: email@example.com / W: www.ias.ie
Living Links, Mayo
Trained volunteers offer confidential, practical support and advice to families who have experienced a death by suicide.
T: 086 040 6666 / W: www.livinglinks.ie/ E: firstname.lastname@example.org