Aware is a voluntary organisation formed in 1985 by a group of interested patients, relatives and mental health professionals, whose aims are to assist that section of the population whose lives are directly affected by depression.

Baby Friendly Health Initiative in Ireland (BFHI)

Baby Friendly Health Initiative in Ireland (BFHI) is a registered charity active since 1998 and serves as the National Authority for the WHO/UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative in Ireland. All maternity units participate in the BFHI in Ireland.

The main object for which the BFHI is established is to benefit the community by encouraging and supporting health-promoting practices towards ensuring a breastfeeding supportive health care environment which fosters life-long health for infants and their mothers.

Activity of the BFH aims to:

Beaumont Hospital Foundation

We encourage our donor communities to invest in innovative health and medical advances to improve the lives of Beaumont patients and their families where they need it. We seek, invest and manager donor funds responsibly to create funds for grant-making within the hospital where required, in order to realise our vision.

Befrienders Dublin

The aims of Befrienders Dublin are:
To improve the quality of life of people with mental health difficulties.
To promote the independence of such individuals and encourage their integration into the local community.
To assist people with mental health difficulties to re-establish personal interests and social contacts within the community; alleviating social isolation and exclusion.
To motivate and support individuals with mental health difficulties in accessing other community resources.

Bodywhys - The Eating Disorders Association of Ireland

Bodywhys is the national charity offering information and support to people affected by eating disorders.

Their services include a national Lo-Call helpline, regional support groups, Bodywhys Connect - weekly online support meetings for people with eating disorders and Bodywhys Online - a dedicated website with information on eating disorders and their treatment.

They also have an online Creative Corner for creative expression.


Cairde is a non-government organisation working to reduce health inequalities amongst ethnic minorities. Cáirde is committed to supporting the participation of communities to enhance their own health.

Cairde's aim is to tackle health inequality experienced by minority ethnic communities and individuals by working through community development to build the capacity of minority ethnic communities and individuals to realise their rights by engaging directly with and influencing the policy system.

Central Remedial Clinic (CRC)

The Central Remedial Clinic is a non-residential national centre for the care, treatment and development of children and adults with physical and multiple disabilities. Services are provided for people with physical conditions ranging from the very rare to the more familiar, such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy and arthrogryposis.

We are people concerned about the well-being, happiness and achievements of people with disabilities and the welfare of their families, advocates and supporters.

Centre for Social and Emotional Intelligence

The Centre for Social and Emotional Intelligence offers a range of Low Cost Counselling and Coaching Services to enhance and promote mental wellbeing.

We deliver a wide range of practical training programmes suitable for parents and professionals who wish to enhance their own social and emotional wellbeing and the wellbeing of those they support.

Our Aims
Social and Emotional Wellbeing harnesses our ability to cope with life’s challenges; be it in our personal or professional lives.

Centre for the Care of Survivors of Torture (CCST)

The Centre for the Care of Survivors of Torture (CCST), established in 2001, is dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of survivors of torture.

The Centre provides a comprehensive range of specialist services, (Client Services) such as medical assessments, counseling and complimentary therapies. Medico-legal reports can be prepared for clients as part of the asylum determination process.

In addition the CCST Public Awareness Programme delivers training and makes presentations to relevant stakeholders.

Cerebral Palsy Group

Cerebral Palsy Group is an online resource for anyone who has been affected by cerebral palsy, birth injuries, or brain injuries. Our team was created so we can provide answers and all types of assistance needed to help improve the quality of life for loved ones and family members with cerebral palsy.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide helpful cerebral palsy resources

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Our goal is to continue to bring you the most up-to-date information from trusted sources as it becomes available