|Childline.ie||1800 66 66 66||@ISPCCChildline|
|Barnardos.ie||1850 222 300||@Barnardos_IRL|
|Mentalhealthireland.ie (information site)
|National Suicide Prevention Hotline (run by Pieta House)||1800 247 247|
|Aware||1890 30 33 02||@AwareIreland|
|Pieta House||Various on link||@pietahouse|
|Samaritans||1850 60 90 90||@samaritans|
|Senior Helpline||1850 44 04 44 (10am-10pm)||@ThirdAgeIreland|
|Teenline Ireland Helpline||1800 83 36 34 (7pm-10pm)|
|INFORMATION FOR WOMEN & CHILDREN:|
|Women’s Aid||1800 34 19 00 (10am-10pm)||@Womens_Aid|
|Legal Aid Board||1890 61 52 00|
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Questions and Answers regarding recent changes in Household Benefits – click here.
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