Heart Children Ireland

Heart Children Ireland's mission is to support the parents and families of children with congenital heart defects and bereaved families of children who have died from congenital heart defects.

Since 1990, Heart Children Ireland's support has included the setting up of local groups, the purchase of medical equipment, financial assistance to families, the funding of specialists posts and special events for the children and their families.

Helplink Mental Health

Helplink Mental Health is an award winning, not-for-profit organisation that provides free or low cost social support services nationwide and beyond. We provide counselling via phone, online (VSee) or face to face in our Galway and Mayo offices.

Helplink Mental Health's qualified, Garda vetted counsellors are available for appointment seven days a week from 9 am to 9 pm Monday to Friday and 12 to 6 pm Saturday and Sunday.

They provide specialized counselling, in areas such as bereavement, addiction and couples/marriage guidance.

HHT Ireland

MISSION: To raise awareness of HHT (Hereditary Haemmorrhagic Telangiectasia) while supporting and advocating the interests & welfare of individuals and families affected by HHT in Ireland.

Horses Connect

Horses connect us to our true value and full potential in a unique and powerful way. We facilitate that connection.

Areas of Work - Equine-assisted Personal Development, and Therapeutic Horse-riding. 

Institute of Public Health

In 1998 the Department of Health and Social Services in Northern Ireland and the Department of Health and Children in the Republic of Ireland agreed to establish an Institute in conjunction with the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland which would offer practical benefits through promoting cooperation in the area of public health.

The Institute is playing a strategic role in supporting and strengthening work for public health. It is also influencing the direction and content of public policies in favour of health.

Irish Advocacy Network

Peer advocates are people who have personal experience of mental health difficulties who have achieved a sufficient level of recovery to complete an accredited training course in peer advocacy. Once they are qualified they can complete a period working with an existing peer advocate before engaging with clients on their own. This puts them in a unique position in understanding the problems faced by people with mental health difficulties.

Irish Association for Palliative Care (IAPC)

The Irish Association for Palliative Care (IAPC) was established in 1993. It is a professional membership body. The members are multi-disciplinary professionals who work in or have a professional interest in the provision of palliative care. The Association provides opportunities for networking, education and research, and it is a recognised expert voice that seeks to influence and shape national policy for patient-centred, equitable and accessible palliative care for all who need it.

Irish Association of Social Workers

Who We Are?

The Irish Association of Social Workers is the national professional body for social workers in the Republic of Ireland. It was founded in 1971 and has a membership of over 1,200 social workers. The IASW is an active member of the International Federation of Social Workers, which represents professional social work associations from over 55 different countries with more than 350,000 social workers in all parts of the world.

What does the IASW do?

Irish Cancer Society

The Irish Cancer Society, founded in 1963, is the national charity dedicated to preventing cancer, saving lives from cancer and improving the quality of life of those living with cancer through patient care, education and research.

Irish Deaf Society

The Irish Deaf Society (IDS) is the national representative organisation of the Deaf and hard of hearing, serving the interest and welfare of the Deaf community. It also upholds the status of Irish Sign Language (ISL), which is the first and preferred language of Deaf people in Ireland. It provides a number of specific health, personal and social information services to Deaf and hard of hearing adults, children and their families.