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Helplink Mental Health

Helplink Mental Health

091-759887
A Charitable Organisation Providing Accessible Counselling, Information and Education Mental Health Services Locally (West of IRL), Nationally and Internationally
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Ballinasloe-Portumna Family Services

090-9646200
Work directly with children and young people at individual and group levels Provide support to parents and guardians through home visits
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Loughrea-Gort Family Services

091-872747
We provide a service to children and their families within their own homes and communities to build on their strengths and overcome difficulties.
Down Syndrome Ireland – Galway Branch

Down Syndrome Ireland - Galway Branch

087-1861914
We aim to provide information, support and friendship to people with Down syndrome and their families in Galway City and County, working towards an improved quality of life with respect and acceptance of people with Down syndrome as valued members of their community.
Croí na Gaillimhe

Croí na Gaillimhe

091-895203

Croí na Gaillimhe (CNG) is one of six Resource Centres run by the Society in Ireland. The Resource Centres provide a safe, welcoming place for people to learn and grow, to develop new skills, to meet others and make new friends and to have a positive impact in people’s lives (What We Do – http://www.svp.ie).

Time4Us

Time4Us

091-860018
Time4Us family support service provides a safe, neutral and comfortable place for children to meet with their non-resident parents or family. Time4Us is a voluntary organisation that is independent of the Courts.
Galway City Alcohol Forum

Galway City Alcohol Forum

091-737252
Galway City Alcohol Forum is an interagency group that oversees the implementation of the Galway City Strategy to Prevent and Reduce AlcoholRelated Harm. The Forum is convened by the Health Promotion Service, HSE West.
Foroige, Gort Youth Service

Foroige, Gort Youth Service

Gary Nugent 086-0105547
Gort youth service, is a Foroige operated targeted youth service funded through the Galway/Roscommon Education and Training Board, by the department of children and youth affairs. The project will offer a range of approaches when working with young people.
Western Region Drug and Alcohol Task Force

Western Region Drug and Alcohol Task Force

091-480044
The Task Force is a coordinating body and works in collaboration with service providers to meet the needs of individuals, families and communities in the Western Region. We achieve this through awareness-raising on the impacts of drug and alcohol use, provide training on drug and alcohol-related issues, and provide relevant and up-to-date information on issues directly affecting local communities.
West Galway Family Services

West Galway Family Services

091-529390
West Galway Family Services is operated by TUSLA Child and Family Agency. Our role is to provide comprehensive family support services to families experiencing difficulties. The Service aims to reduce the burdens and stress which modern-day living can impede upon them. Support is provided to families through information/advice, practical help, parenting support, group work individual and emotional support etc.
AIM Access and Inclusion Model

AIM Access and Inclusion Model

The Better Start Access and Inclusion Model (AIM) is a child-centred model of supports which is designed to ensure that children with disabilities can access and participate in the Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Programme. Most children with disabilities can fully participate in preschool without additional support. Full information on the supports offered is available at http://www.preschoolaccess.ie
Amach LGBT Parent Support Group

Amach LGBT Parent Support Group

A network and peer support group for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) headed families in Galway City and County
FORUM Connemara CLG Adolescent Support

FORUM Connemara CLG Adolescent Support

095-22175
The FORUM Adolescent Support Project aims to develop locally-based youth initiative and programme that improves the lives of young people in North West Connemara, particularly those who are most disadvantaged. The project believes that all young people should be valued members of society and our community. We promote a partnership approach between adults and young people and endeavour to support young people to make informed decisions on issues that impact their lives.
East County Galway Family Services

East County Galway Family Services

0909-646223 (Ballinasloe)
We provide a service to children and their families within their own homes and communities to build on their strengths and overcome difficulties.We are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5.30pm and also outside of these times by appointment in order to suit a family’s needs.
North Galway Family Services

North Galway Family Services

086-1713384

North Galway Family Services are a Tusla Child and Family Agency Service. We recognise that every family is unique and that all families need support at certain times. We work with families with children from birth to 18 years. We provide a service to children and their families within their own homes and communities to build on their strengths and overcome difficulties.

Ability West

Ability West

091-540900
We are a voluntary, not for profit, organisation, set up by parents and friends, that provides services and supports to over 540 children and adults with an intellectual disability and autism in 13 locations with 58 centres located across Galway City and County.
City East Family Services

City East Family Services

091-773664
City East Family Services are a Tusla Child and Family Agency Service. We recognise that every family is unique and that all families need support at certain times. We work with families with children from birth to 18 years. We provide a service to children and their families within their own homes and communities to build on their strengths and overcome difficulties.
No. 4 Youth Service

No. 4 Youth Service

091-568483

No 4 Youth Service aims to enhance the quality of young people’s lives by providing an effective and holistic response to a wide variety of issues pertaining to young people aged 13 – 25 years.

Muscular Dystrophy Ireland

Muscular Dystrophy Ireland

086-6066106
MDI is a support agency for adults and families with children with muscular dystrophy and other allied neuromuscular conditions. We promote, through practical empowerment, independent living for people with disabilities. We raise awareness of neuromuscular conditions & advocate on behalf of our members & encourage practical self-advocacy. We have a Family Support Worker and a Youth and Respite Worker who work in the Western Region (Galway, Mayo & Roscommon).
Galway Autism Partnership (GAP) CLG

Galway Autism Partnership (GAP) CLG

091-5888 99

We are a community-based charity working to make a positive difference to the individuals and families we support. We strive to be a strong voice, both for and with, the autism spectrum community. We also welcome those who have a concern that they or a family member may be on the autism spectrum. We do this through peer & family support, information provision, advocacy, creating opportunities for social engagement and participation and education & training. These are key areas of work for our organisation.

Connemara Family Services

Connemara Family Services

086-0431568
Connemara Family Services is operated by TUSLA; Child and family agency, and is staffed by a team of professionally trained workers. This service aims to support children, young people under 18 years of age and families who are experiencing difficulties at home, school or within the community
Domestic Violence Response (Oughterard)

Domestic Violence Response (Oughterard)

091-866740

Domestic Violence Response (DVR) is a community-led organisation responding to the issue of domestic violence in Galway County. Our aim is to identify and respond to the needs of women and children who are subjected to violence and abuse in the home and to develop long-term responses that work towards the elimination of domestic violence. The principles that inform the work of DVR include:

Educational Welfare Services Tusla (Tuam)

Educational Welfare Services Tusla (Tuam)

091-385302
Under the Education (Welfare) Act, 2000 Educational Welfare Officers (EWOs) of the Child and Family Agency work with young people and their families who are experiencing difficulty with school attendance. The main priority of their work is around the welfare of children and young people and on ensuring that concerns and problems around attendance are addressed before attendance becomes a crisis issue.
Youth Work Ireland Galway (Tuam)

Youth Work Ireland Galway (Tuam)

091 - 561637
Youth Work Ireland Galway is a voluntary youth work organisation (registered as a charity) that provides developmental opportunities and support services for young people aged 10-25 years of age.
Domestic Violence Response (Galway)
091-866740

Domestic Violence Response (DVR) is a community-led organisation responding to the issue of domestic violence in Galway County. Our aim is to identify and respond to the needs of women and children who are subjected to violence and abuse in the home and to develop long-term responses that work towards the elimination of domestic violence. The principles that inform the work of DVR include:

Youth Work Ireland Galway (Corrach Buí)

Youth Work Ireland Galway (Corrach Buí)

087-9371619

with. We work with various partners within the community and have established links with other agencies in the prevention of early school leaving. These links include student volunteers from NUIG, GMIT Culinary Department, Westside Resource Centre, Westside Library, Rahoon Family Centre, local primary and secondary schools, and the Community Garda Liason team.

Rahoon Family Centre

Rahoon Family Centre

091-528362
We are a family resource centre and we have been supporting young people and their families for over 20 years. Our main focus are preschool to secondary school age youth. We provide a safe, nurturing, educational, and creative environment. No matter what activity you choose in our centre, our professionally trained staff and volunteers help your children and youth to plant themselves, take root and flourish.
Foroige Eastside (Doughiska)

Foroige Eastside (Doughiska)

086-6017298
Our purpose is to enable young people to involve themselves consciously and actively in their development and in the development of society.
Dóchas don Óige CTR

Dóchas don Óige CTR

091-770887
We are a provider of services for young people in the Galway city area. The primary concern of Dóchas don Óige is to provide a second chance. This is a key concept and not only does the centre offer an alternative means of pursuing education for young people, but it also guides and counsels young people and their families
COPE Galway – Waterside House

COPE Galway - Waterside House

091-565985
Waterside House offers safe and confidential Refuge accommodation for women and their children experiencing domestic violence.• An Outreach service covering Galway city and county is available for women to meet with a worker at a safe location where they can receive support and information on their options.• The service operates on a 24-hour basis 365 days a year including Telephone support 091 565985• We operate a children’s service for children who are experiencing domestic violence.• We offer a Drop-in service for all women seeking information and support in relation to domestic violence and related parenting issues.• We offer support and guidance to women currently experiencing domestic violence and abuse or difficulties after separation i.e. managing partner contact relating to access.
Loughrea Family & Community Resource Centre CLG

Loughrea Family & Community Resource Centre CLG

086-3449950
Educational Welfare Services Tusla (Loughrea)

Educational Welfare Services Tusla (Loughrea)

091-385301
Educational Welfare Services Tusla (Galway)

Educational Welfare Services Tusla (Galway)

091-385301
Galway Childcare Committee

Galway Childcare Committee

091-752039
Teen Parents Support Programme Galway

Teen Parents Support Programme Galway

091-544960
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Springtime Early Intervention Service

091 872762
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