Men

AdVIC

Advocates (Ad) who campaign for greater rights for Victims (VIC) of Homicide, their families and friends. We bring together families bereaved by homicide including those affected by Murder, Manslaughter and Fatal Assault.

AdVIC is a national non-profit, non-government funded charitable organisation. We were founded in 2005 by a group of families trying to cope with the unlawful killing of a family member. We at AdVIC understand the issues faced by families following the homicide of their loved ones, as all our members have suffered a similar tragedy.

Amen

A voluntary organisation with charitable status which provide a confidential helpline, information and support services for men and children who are victims of domestic abuse.

Crime Victims Helpline

Crime Victims Helpline is a National Helpline which offers support to victims of crime in Ireland. Established in 2005 our aim is to support, inform and empower victims of crime and all those affected by crime.

Our trained volunteers take calls as follows:
Monday 10.00 to 19.30
Tuesday to Friday 10.00 to 17.00
Saturday 14.00 to 16.00
FREE PHONE 116006

Outside those hours if you leave a message asking us to contact you we will do so promptly.

Gay Health Network

Gay Health Network (GHN) was established in 1994 and is an all-Ireland Network of gay and bisexual men involved in HIV and sexual health from the statutory and voluntary sector.

GHN is open to any gay or bisexual men involved in the area of HIV and sexual health in Ireland.

New Hope Residential Centre

New Hope provides a framework through which service users are assigned a key worker and offered a range of integrated supports tailored to meet their needs and create an individual rehabilitation pathway.

Website: https://nhrc.ie/

The Men's Development Network

Our Mission Statement "Better Lives for Men, Better lives for all" informs the progressive, changing effect of our work on men, their families, communities & society.

The Men's Development Network is a developmental and consultative organization that works on four levels; locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.

Currently the work is centered on five main areas:
- Men's Development
- Domestic Violence
- Health
- Education
- Dissemination

The South East Domestic Violence Intervention Programme (SEDVIP)

The South East Domestic Violence Intervention Programme (SEDVIP) was set up as a regional initiative under the auspices of the South East Regional Planning Committee on Violence Against Women in response to the Report of the Task Force on Violence against Women (April 1997).

The primary aim in working with male perpetrators of Domestic violence is to promote the safety, rehabilitation and empowerment of women and children. Every intervention and decision in this work must be made with this in mind.